Visit the largest red gum forest in the world in Barmah, the only Victorian town north of the Murray River. Alive with legendary river stories, the local forest, wetlands and waterways are ideal starting points for your own stories.
Head to nearby Barmah National Park, home to the largest stand of River Red Gums in the world, including some trees over 500 years old and up to 30 metres high.
Paddle through the flooded woodlands in a canoe during the wet season, or sign up for a wetland cruise through the lakes and winding creeks of the Barmah Forest. Kingfisher Cruises depart from the Barmah Forest visitor area.
Follow the signs along the Sand Ridge Track near Dharnya and visit significant Aboriginal sites, including scarred trees, mounds, stone artefacts and burial sites.