Located on the northern side of the Murray River, the NSW town of Barham and its Victorian partner on the other side, Koondrook, form the commercial centre for the region’s, fat-lamb, cattle, cropping and dairy producers. You can catch the mood of the Murray with a leisurely stroll along the Redgum Statue River Walk. Enjoy one of many sporting pursuits including championship golf course, bowls or lawn tennis.
Barham is best known for its citrus groves, fishing, and/or relaxing at the man-made lakes on the river’s edge. The twin towns service the extensive pastoral and horticultural regions, but they are also adapting to the increasing demands of tourists. Just out of town are the extensive river red gum forests of Koondrook and Perricoota.
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