Visit Yarrawonga/Mulwala

Yarrawonga Mulwala is our very own Inland Aquatic Paradise.

We have endless activities and attractions, whether you want to explore our river beaches or walking trails, enjoy a leisurely round of golf, take a trip to surrounding towns to sample local produce and wines, or takes the kids to the amusement park, there is something for everyone!


Yarrawonga and Mulwala are located approximately 3.5 hours’ drive from Melbourne and about 6.5 hours from Sydney. 

There is always a good excuse to visit Yarrawonga/Mulwala! Check out the events calendar HERE!

Corowa - Mulwala Cycle Trail

The Corowa-Mulwala Cycle Trail is a scenic link between the two Murray River towns. This track snakes its way along Spring Drive and features a 200-metre boardwalk over Lake Mulwala near Drain Lane approximately 15km east of Mulwala. This is a must experience adventure with the 43 kilometer walking/riding trail taking in the Murray River and the picturesque Lake Mulwala.

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Yarrawonga to Burramine Cycling Walking Trail

Ride or walk along the 13.5km trail from Yarrawonga to Burramine. Design your own journey. Start at the Yarrawonga Foreshore, or the Sebel Hotel and ride alongside the Murray Valley Highway, past renowned Rich Glen Estate and ending at historic Byramine Homestead. You can travel off-road through the Murray River Park, wandering through towering River Red Gums and the mighty Murray River.

Yarrawonga Mulwala's main attraction is Lake Mulwala, formed by the damming of the Murray River. The lake is a popular location for activities such as boating, kayaking, water sports, and is also famous for being one of the best Cod Fishing lakes in Australia! It also hosts the National and World Championships for water skiing.


Things To Do in Yarrawonga and Mulwala

Black Bull Golf Club

Exquisitely landscaped to wrap around the stunning Lake Mulwala location, the Championship par 72 course has been expertly designed by course Architects Peter Thomson, Ross Perrett and their brilliant design team to both excite and challenge golfers. With 400 picturesque acres to explore, spread across rolling fairways, Black Bull Golf Course will delight with world class facilities.

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Shopping & Markets

Whether you're after clothing, antiques, furnishings and homewares or sporting goods, Yarrawonga Mulwala has many shops to explore!

Be sure to also check out the local Farmers Market held on the shores of Lake Mulwala on the 4th Friday of every month!

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Water Sports

The hot, dry, calm conditions of the Sun Country on the Murray region, and the large expanse of water stretching all the way from Lake Mulwala to Bundalong provides perfect conditions for family groups and water skier enthusiasts.

Lake Mulwala is also the host of the National and World Water Skiing Championships!

Kayaking & Canoeing

Experience the peace and serenity as you silently glide on the water discovering the backwaters, creeks, beaches and lagoons of Sun Country on the Murray.

The region is rich with Aboriginal culture with canoe trees and sacred burial grounds all within close proximity. Whether you hire equipment and create your own adventure or consider a guided tour with one of our fully qualified local operators, this experience will not disappoint.


Local rivers and lakes are brimming with fish, with the Murray cod and – in the cooler months – the Murray cray the prize catches.

While long stretches of the Murray and connected waterways offer prime fishing, many anglers are drawn to Lake Mulwala, widely known as a Murray Cod hot spot.

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Vinyards, Cellar Doors and Distilleries

With almost 20 wineries to choose from, Rutherglen and Yarrawonga have a variety of boutique wineries, distilleries and big-name wine-makers to offer - There are so many to explore!

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Relax & Unwind

Stay centered on your visit to Yarrawonga Mulwala with a class at one of the local yoga studios.

And, to make sure you return from your holiday relaxed and refreshed, why not book in a pamper session at one of the area's many day spas or massage centres?