Nature in Barham
This attractive town straddles the Murray River and offers relaxing riverside breaks and great fishing in both the river and nearby lakes. Close to town are the World Heritage-listed Barmah Forest wetlands.
Barham is a pretty Country NSW town on the Murray River, with lakes and nearby red gum forests to explore. Its twin town, Koondrook, is on the southern side of the river. Barham is a great base from which to explore the Murray.
Barham Lakes, surrounded by grasslands and native plants, has excellent picnic spots, a walking track and a riverbank beach for hot days. Head off with a local operator on a fishing trip on the Murray River for Murray cod, golden perch, silverfish, catfish and yabbies.
Barham has its own championship golf course, one of the finest of the many courses along the Murray. Don't miss Barham Bridge over Murray River, completed in 1904 and now heritage-listed.
Natural attractions in the Deniliquin area include the wonderful Murray Valley National Park and the Blowhole, a sacred site for local Aboriginal people. There's also plenty of good food and wine destinations, a rich arts and heritage scene and good accommodation.
Thursday 5 March to Monday 30 March 2015
Life on Flinders Exhibition of Work An exhibition of works in a variety
Thursday 26 March to Monday 30 March 2015
Travelling Film Festival Clarence Valley: Grafton and Yamba Travelling Film Festival Clarence V
Friday 27 March to Sunday 29 March 2015
Supported Mountain Bike Weekends The Snowy Mountains region is renow
Couple at the Barham Bridge crossing the Murray River. Image Rob Blackburn
Dining at Restdown Wines. Image Restdown Wines
Kingfisher Cruises on The Narrows in the Barmah Forest. Image Rob Blackburn