No matter what your handicap, The Murray is a great place to tee off. There are more than a dozen golf courses set amongst spectacular natural beauty. Sweeping fairways follow the gentle curves of the river, lined with rows of river red gums and wattle, and the manicured greens are often dotted with kangaroos or flocks of native birds.
Off the course, The Murray has lots more to offer from food trails and boutique wineries to kayaking, fishing and rugged national parks. Then spend the night beside the greens at one of many stylish golf resorts, holiday cottages or enjoy a stay on the river in a charming houseboat.
The Murray is a vast region, so take the time to discover it at your own pace. Four of NSW’s iconic road trips pass through The Murray, taking in spectacular landscapes, laid-back country towns, delicious food, boutique distilleries and the mighty Murray River. Jump in the car and get exploring.
Destination NSW acknowledges and respects Aboriginal people as the state’s first people and nations and recognises Aboriginal people as the traditional owners and occupants of New South Wales land and water.