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  1. Barooga Botanical Gardens

    The Barooga Botanical Gardens has been built up from a dusty paddock to a beautiful botanical gardens with a water feature, three barbecue settings with electric barbecues, chairs and tables. There is a kids playground with shaded cover, pl…

  2. Blowhole and the Rocks

    The Blowhole is said to be sacred to the Ulupna and Bangaragn Aboriginal Tribes and when the Murray River is low, the Blowhole flows and bubbles. It is said that it seems to come alive. The Blowhole is situated on a Granite outcrop, ap…

  3. Barooga Sports Club

    The qualities of mateship, a sense of community, bringing people together and of course a love of sport are values held in high regard in the country. It’s just who they are! Recognising a need to create a social hub, where locals could ga…

  4. Finley Returned Soldiers Club

    Since 1955, Finley Returned Soldiers Club has been offering one of the most relaxing atmospheres and a wide range of recreational facilities for guests and members. There’s always something on at the club, be it poker, bingo, keno, TAB or …

  5. The Barooga Hotel

    The Award winning Barooga Hotel has earned its reputation as an impressive country hotel, where you can expect a friendly welcome from owners Kath and Glenn and their staff. The Bistro is open seven days for lunch and dinner and is a grea…

  6. Finley's Lone Pine Tree

    This tree originates from a cone sent home from Gallipoli by and Australian Soldier and is from the Aleppo Pine that stands at the Australian War Memorial. Finley's tree was planted in 1964 by the late Bob Barnes and his wife Amy as part of…

  7. Hunters Haven Anglican Op Shop

    The Anglican op shop in Tocumwal has been providing the the many visitors they have in Tocumwal with a wide range of goods for many years. Its reputation spreads by word of mouth and repeated visits. From new and secondhand clothing, line…

  8. Bridges Bar and Dining

    Enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner overlooking the spectacular fairways of the Cobram Barooga Golf Club. Their menu offers a range of modern Australian options, from quick bites to get you back out on course, to premuim options that you'll w…

  9. The Jam Bar at Sporties Barooga

    The Jam Bar is Cobram Barooga's premier entertainment destination featuring live music every Friday and Saturday night from a range of local and touring musicians. In addition to this, we also offer a number of specialty entertainment ev…

  10. Southern Riverina Gliding Club Inc.

    The Southern Riverina Gliding Club provides the public with the opportunity to learn to fly gliders at an affordable cost with experienced instructors. Our Chief flying instructor is Ingo Renner OAM, four times world champion. Students ca…

  11. Cobram Barooga Golf Club

    Welcome to the Cobram Barooga Golf Club, your premier golf destination on the Murray. Cobram Barooga Golf Club are a community focused club offering members and visitors premium quality accommodation, dining, conferences and function spac…

  12. Tocumwal Golf and Bowls Club

    Tocumwal with its two Championship 18 hole golf courses is perfectly located as the gateway to New South Wales and Victoria and is only three hours drive from Melbourne. When you arrive at the friendly town of Tocumwal you can book at any…

  13. Tocumwal Historic Aerodrome Museum

    The Tocumwal Historic Aerodrome Museum documents the history of and the importance of Mcintyre Airfield in Tocumwal, and also post war operations when over 700 aircraft were scrapped for aluminium. Later the airfield became a famed gliding …

  14. Tocumwal Golf Club

    Tocumwal Golf Club is a 36 hole championship golf course, home of the annual Australian Southern Regional Trainee Championships. This immaculately presented course boasts the regions finest greens and playing surfaces. With more sunny days …

  15. Big Murray Cod

    On the lovely grassed Tocumwal Foreshore Park you'll find the 'World's Biggest Codfish' on display, representing what this area is most famous for. The Aboriginal name for the Murray Cod is 'Goodoo'. The 'Big Fish' as it is known locally,…

  16. Finley Railway Museum

    Finley was the first town selected, in the 1800s, for a Pioneer Railway. The rail was extended to Finley in 1898, at a time when NSW was experiencing financial difficulty. The railways saved money by adopting the 'Pioneer Rail Standards' fo…

  17. Finley Golf Club

    Carefully maintained by a dedicated band of volunteers, the Finley golf course is always in top condition, providing a perfect platform for a relaxing round of golf away from the crowds and without the problems of obtaining a tee time. The…

  18. Fee's Coffee House

    Start the day off with a walk along the river, enjoy the views and rejuvenate at Fee’s Coffee House with their speciality, the Big Brekkie and coffee reputed to be the best in the region. Fee’s Coffee House is a great place to meet up wi…