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The Two Bridges - Yarrawonga Weir & Main Traffic Bridge

The walk/ cycle starts at the Visitor Information Centre crossing the traffic bridge into New South Wales taking in the views of Lake Mulwala. The walk continues turning onto Gulai Road heading past the Yarrawonga Mulwala Golf Club Resort before crossing the weir bridge back into Victoria. The view down the river from the weir bridge is worth the walk. Crossing the canal bridge and following Irvine Parade back to the Visitor Information Centre. The Two Bridge Walk totals 2.8 kilometers.

Two Bridges

 

Yarrawonga Foreshore

The walk/ cycle starts at the Visitor Information Centre and follows picturesque Lake Mulwala to the Yarrawonga Yacht Cub. After soaking up the view over Lake Mulwala on the way to the Yacht Club, passing by the boarding spot for the Paradise Queen and Cumberoona Lake cruises, you use the same route to return to the Visitor Information Centre looking over the lake again on your return. This walk is spectacular at sunrise and sunset. The Foreshore Walk return totals 4.2 kilometers.

Yarrawonga foreshore

 

Yarrawonga Foreshore to Chinamans Island Wetlands

The Foreshore walk/ cycle can be extended by continuing with the Chinamans Island Wetlands walk. The Chinamans Island Walk is a fauna and flora extravaganza for those of you who enjoy a walk through a wildlife reserve. The Chinamans Island track return totals 2 kilometers. The Foreshore and Chinamans Island return is 6.2 kilometers in length.

Chinamans island

 

Gorman Park

Bruce Skewes track distance 1.7km. John Grant track distance 2.4km. 

 gorman park

 

Yarrawonga Regional Park

Distance Approx. 3.5km

Starting at the downstream end of the Yarrawonga Holiday Park, this walking trail takes you into a typical red gum forest with its magnificent birdlife and statuesque trees which line the banks of the mighty Murray.

This popular park is a haven for tourists, especially in the summer months. Keep a lookout for one of the Koalas released here in 1995.

What Yarrawonga Regional Park has to Offer

  • Boat Ramp
  • Campsites
  • Picnic Table/ Seat
  • Pit Toilet

Yarrawonga regional park

 

Green Patch Loop

The River walk/ cycle can be extended by continuing with the Green Patch Loop Walk. This walk/ cycle is a nature trail set out by Parks Victoria. The trail follows the river down through the red gum forest before looping back through the forest and returning to the bottom end of the River walk/ cycle. This walk is ‘Nature at its Best’ in this area.

The Green Patch loop walk/ cycle return is 3.5 kilometers in length. The River walk/ cycle green patch loop walk return is 3.5 kilometers in length. The River walk/ cycle green patch loop walk return is 6.7 kilometers in length.

Greenpatch

 

Melbourne Street, Mulwala

The walk starts at the Visitor Information Centre crossing the traffic bridge into New South Wales taking in the view of Lake Mulwala. The Walk continues down Melbourne Street passing by Club Mulwala, Tunzafun and the Pioneer Museum on the left and Mulwala Waterski club on the lakeside.

Melbourne Street

 

Mulwala Foreshore Walk to Kyffins

The walk starts at ‘Canoe Tree” at the East end of the Owens Bridge Park in Mulwala. Take the time to look at the tree prior to beginning the walk as you will see an example of how the Aboriginal people made canoes for transportation by carving the canoe out of the living tree. The walk takes along the foreshore in New South Wales as you exit Mulwala along the Corowa Road. The walk highlights the abundant wildlife in the area as you walk or wander along the beautiful Lake Mulwala Foreshore The Mulwala Foreshore Walk to Kyffin’s Reserve return is 2 kilometers. The Mulwala Melbourne Street Walk and the Mulwala Foreshore Walk to Kyffins Reserve return is 14 kilometers in length.

Kyffins

 

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