Yarrawonga, Sun Country
As an oasis for water lovers, active lifestylers and nature enthusiasts alike, the twin town destination of Yarrawonga-Mulwala, in the heart of Sun Country, is a destination with opportunity aplenty.
Recognised as one of the best holiday destinations in Australia, Yarrawonga is set on the shores of impressive Lake Mulwala, a 439km2 man-made water reservoir fed by the mighty Murray River.
Amid the majesty of its signature ghostly red gums, the lake is home to a diverse ecosystem of native flora and fauna to explore. From Murray River fishing, to bird watching, bush walking and more, you will find no end to the things to do in Yarrawonga.
Yarrawonga weather is a major drawcard to the region with an abundance of sunshine hours and overall pleasing temperate climate, ideal for making the most of the many outdoor activities and sights on offer.
Located 264km north-east of Melbourne, 448km south-west of Canberra and 643km south-west of Sydney, access to the Yarrawonga region is well serviced. Drive, take a bus, fly into nearby Albury airport, or travel by chopper and be soaking up the Sun Country vibe within the same day.
More to See & Do
Food & Wine
The Yarrawonga region and surrounds is a delight for passionate gourmet food, local produce and wine lovers.
Abundant sunshine all year round on the banks of Lake Mulwala is a haven for all water activities.
The ultimate golfing destination, with the Black Bull 18 hole Championship Golf Course and access to neighbouring courses.
Tours & Attractions
Yarrawonga-Mulwala is the hub of connectivity for a variety of local tours and attractions to explore.
Escape for a mini getaway or to unwind after a day of activity and water sports, at The Sebel Yarrawonga Day Spa for the ultimate luxury experience.