Tocumwal is a bridge between two states, located on the iconic Murray River between NSW and Victoria. An ideal spot from which to explore the region, enjoy exceptional food and wine, feel a rush from water sports and flying adventures, get back to nature while bushwalking and camping or visit museums on your hunt for antiques and collectables.

Tocumwal's river foreshore reserve provides ready access to the Murray River from the Main Street, which is full of character and olde world charm. Discover the magnificent 36 hole championship golf course, go gliding from the aerodrome or visit one of the many cafes or historic pubs for a hearty country meal and a chat with some of the friendly locals. A visit to Tocumwal is not complete without taking a photo with the giant Murray Cod on the Tocumwal forshore.

Step back in time with a visit to the historic Aerodrome Museum and learn about the southern hemisphere's largest RAAF training base during Wold War II. Chrystie's Museum is a must see to relive the days of classic cars, trucks, caravans and tractors, and view a host of other memorabilia. This collection of treasures will truly amaze.

If you're after some quality R&R, look no further than one of the 23 magnificent sandy beaches, all within 5 minutes of the town centre. Popular with campers, the beaches and surrounding forrest all lend themselves beautifully to a number of activities. Go for a water ski, swim, walk, fish, canoe or kayak down the river, bird watch or simply sit and enjoy the sun and sand with a good book.

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