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Tocumwal

Tocumwal is located on the New South Wales border by the banks of the magnificent Murray River. The river is important for agriculture and is popular for water sports such as waterskiing, canoeing, swimming, boating and fishing for the famous Murray cod and yellowbelly.

Enjoy its riverside beaches, bushwalking, camping grounds and native wildlife. Tocumwal is home to a championship standard 36 hole golf course, bowling greens, pony club and football oval.

During World War II Tocumwal had the largest airport base in the Southern Hemisphere. Today it is an industrial area for engineering, fabrication, manufacturing and a large grain handling operation.

Tocumwal: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Chrysties Museum


Take a travel back in time. Come and experience the era of the classic cars, trucks, caravans, tractors and a host of other collectables. Set on 1.8 hectares, Chrysties Museum is a life time collection of amazing treasures which will enthral and amaze. From an old logging truck to working vintage cars, farming equipment, classic caravans, and collectables.




139 Thorburns Road
Tocumwal, NSW, 2714

Located 0.0K from Tocumwal

Tocumwal Historic Aerodrome Museum


The Tocumwal Historic Aerodrome Museum documents the history of and the importance of Mcintyre Airfield in Tocumwal, and also post war operations when over 700 aircraft were scrapped for aluminium. Later the airfield became a famed gliding destination.

Tocumwal is famous for many things - stunning beaches, the redgum forests on the outskirts, a fantastic golf course, the giant cod, glider and B24 replicas on poles, but Tocumwal is also famous for its role during WW2. The town was used as a major base by the US during the war effort, but then after the war ended, the area around the airfield became a massive aircraft graveyard and many hundreds of planes were chopped up, stripped and melted down.

You will find a wealth of information in the museum - stories, maps, photos, news articles and scale models.

Presentation can be arranged on request.




41 - 43 Deniliquin Street
Tocumwal, NSW, 2714

Located 0.1K from Tocumwal

Blowhole and the Rocks


The Blowhole is said to be sacred to the Ulupna and Bangaragn Aboriginal Tribes and when the Murray River is low, the Blowhole flows and bubbles. It is said that it seems to come alive.

The Blowhole is situated on a Granite outcrop, approximately 11 kilometres north of the town.





Rocks Road
Tocumwal, NSW, 2714

Located 0.4K from Tocumwal

Big Murray Cod


On the lovely grassed Tocumwal Foreshore Park you'll find the 'World's Biggest Codfish' on display, representing what this area is most famous for. The Aboriginal name for the Murray Cod is 'Goodoo'. The 'Big Fish' as it is known locally, was originally erected at the old swimming pool in 1968, but was later moved to its present location on the foreshore.

Enjoy the playground, picnic and toilet facilities, a lovely river view, and views of both the old and new bridges linking New South Wales to Victoria.




Tocumwal Foreshore Park ,
Deniliquin Road
Tocumwal, NSW, 2714

Located 0.5K from Tocumwal

Tocumwal Golf Club


Tocumwal Golf Club is a 36 hole championship golf course, home of the annual Australian Southern Regional Trainee Championships. This immaculately presented course boasts the regions finest greens and playing surfaces. With more sunny days than Australia's famous Gold Coast Region, these courses are playable all year round and present a challenge for experienced and novice golfers alike.

Located on the mighty Murray River, Tocumwal is the centre to the river attractions. There's State Forests, National Parks and many sporting and recreational activities right on the doorstep. Tocumwal is the perfect stepping off point for a Murray River experience.




Barooga Road
Tocumwal, NSW, 2714

Located 1.8K from Tocumwal

The Big Strawberry


Remember when you were a kid, when strawberries were ripened on the plant in the sun and how good they tasted?

Visit the Big Strawberry and taste strawberries straight from the patch to your plate - juicy and fresh, just like they should be.

Come and pick your own strawberries straight from the patch. Try the light meals and strawberry desserts in the family caf?. Browse the large range of jams, condiments and souvenirs.




7034 Goulburn Valley Road
Koonoomoo, VIC, 3644

Located 8.6K from Tocumwal

Tocumwal: Events

Tocumwal Foreshore Variety Market


Tocumwal Foreshore Market has 215 stallholder sites and is situated on the Foreshore of the Murray River in the centre of Tocumwal Township, market starts at 8.00am until approximately 1.00pm.

Their market is one of the oldest markets in Australia and was established in 1978, today it is considered a Premium Country Market by visitors and stallholders alike. This coming market coincides with the "Mild to Wild" biannual Hot Rod Show when between 200-300 hot rods and classic cars come to Tocumwal for this fantastic weekend.

They always have many new and exciting products at each market including designer jewellery, ladies fashion clothing, handbags and shoes, fishing and sporting gear, pet supplies, plants and seedlings, fruit and vegetables, tools and equipment, antiques, designer garden sculptures and brush art, handmade glassware, candles and soaps, cosmetics and beauty products, artisan bread, conserves, to mention but a few.

You can also partake in breakfast and a great cup of coffee as you stroll and chat with stallholders and your friends, they promise you will love the day and the market atmosphere. Everyone welcome, no dogs allowed at the Market by council regulation.


Event Dates
2017
      13th May
      10th Jun


Deniliquin Street
Tocumwal, NSW, 2714

Located 0.5K from Tocumwal

Moira Arts and Culture Inc. presents St Kilda Film Festival, Yarroweyah


Proudly presented and produced by the City of Port Phillip, the Festival supports the Australian film industry by turning the spotlight on a wide range of fascinating works that may not otherwise see the light of day.

Exceptional films by emerging artists and short works by accomplished industry professionals are shown on the big screen, where they look their shiny best.

Accredited by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the St Kilda Film Festival is now an Academy Awards? qualifying event, with award-winning films from the Festival eligible for consideration in the Short Film Awards and Documentary Short sections of the Oscars?.


Event Dates
2017
      29th Jul


Murray Valley Highway
Yarroweyah, VIC,

Located 12.6K from Tocumwal

Moira Arts and Culture Inc. Cafe Culture - The Wikimen


The Caf? Culture Series concludes with the upbeat and fun band 'The Wikimen' who will perform extraordinary vast styles of music from their huge repertoire including Hawaiian Blues, pop, samba, Western Swing, and Mills Brothers songs to name a few, complete with heavenly harmonies and exotica music.

The show features songs from the new CD.


Event Dates
2017
      24th Nov


1 Koonoomoo Road
Cobram, VIC, 3644

Located 13.6K from Tocumwal

Moira Arts and Culture Inc. Cafe Culture - i Viaggiatori


In 1924, the Italian film director Angelo Drovetti embarked on an epic 8,000 nautical mile voyage with his movie camera. The result Dall'Italia All'Australia (From Italy to Australia), is regarded by many as the most comprehensive film ever made of a migrant voyage.

This black and white silent film chronicles the voyage of the passenger steam ship Regina d'Italia (Queen of Italy).
Four piece band 'I Viaggiatori' will perform live Italian folk music.


Event Dates
2017
      11th Aug


1 Koonoomoo
Cobram, VIC, 3644

Located 13.6K from Tocumwal

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