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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

Cobram Florist

Here at Cobram Florist, with over 20 years of providing fresh flowers to the community, the staff can always help you with anything, something little or something large for that someone special.

Cobram Florist do flowers for any occasion birthdays, anniversary, sympathy, get well and any other occasion you can think of. Cobram Florist do arrangements in bouquets, boxes, baskets and even food hampers.

You will find a large range of teddies also, to go with any arrangement and lots of silk flowers that look so realistic. Cobram Florist also have the new best craze, terrariums.

Cobram florist is apart of Interflora delivery flowers to anywhere in Australia or worldwide. Cobram Florist deliver to Cobram, Barooga, Tocumwal, Finley, Shepparton, Berrigan, Numurkah and plenty more.

Come in or ring up to place a order. Cobram Florist would love to hear from you all.

77 Punt Road
Cobram, VIC, 3644

Located 14.0K from Tocumwal

Vanity Day Spa

Vanity Day Spa believe in giving clients a relaxing experience with up to date technologies and treatments.
Vanity Day Spa use Dermalogica products in all facial rooms and Napoleon Perdis make-up.

Services include Body Treatments, Massage, Hot Stone Massage, Facials , Microdermabrasion, BioSurface Peel, Spray Tans, Manicure's and Pedicure's, Shellac Polish, Make-up, Waxing, Lash and Brow tinting, Lash Lifting, Graft-A-Lash eyelash extensions, Body Wraps and Body Exfoliation.

Vanity Day Spa also have a few relaxing and uplifting packages available and a doctor visiting once a month working on Varicose and Spider veins, Botox and Dermal Fillers. Vanity Day Spa also have a IPL and a LASER specialist visit once a month as well.

25 Station St
Cobram, VIC, 3644

Located 14.1K from Tocumwal

Barooga Botanical Gardens

The Barooga Botanical Gardens has been built up from a dusty paddock to a beautiful botanical gardens with a water feature, three barbecue settings with electric barbecues, chairs and tables. There is a kids playground with shaded cover, plenty of paths and trails and the beautiful Cypress gardens which are perfect for weddings.

Nangunia Street
Barooga, NSW, 3644

Located 15.6K from Tocumwal

Tocumwal: Travel Tips

Cobram Barooga Visitor Information Centre

Situated in the centre of the 'food bowl' of Australia, the Cobram Barooga and district area is renowned for its magnificent climate and variety of available attractions and activities. The Cobram Barooga area is home to some of the most picturesque sections of Australia's mightiest river, the Murray.

Cobram is a town with unusual street layout and history will tell you that it is the combination of an amiable environment and an energetic, ambitious community. The area surrounding the twin towns is rich in agriculture. The orchards produce a wide variety of fruit including apricots, nectarines, peaches and pears. Also well know in the area is the olive oil from Cobram estate. Cobram is also the home of Murray Goulburn Cooperative, which was formed in 1950 by fourteen local dairy farmers. Today more than 3000 farmers supply milk to the factory each day.

River camping around Cobram Barooga is extremely popular, with many families returning each year attracting many ski boats to the area. The section between Yarrawonga and Cobram boasts over one hundred beaches and a vast number of theses beaches can be accessed by vehicle. The Murray River area is well known for it's great variety of quality sporting facilities.

At Cobram Barooga Golf Club, you have access to two championships golf courses. Barooga Sports Bowls Club offers modern synthetic bowling greens, flood lit tennis courts and a full size heated indoor heated pool. Fishing in the Murray River has attracted generations of anglers in search of Murray Cod, Murray Crayfish, golden perch and more.

Cobram and Barooga offer a wide variety of accommodation options, including caravan parks, motels, hotels and resorts.

For further information contact the friendly staff at the Cobram Barooga Visitor Information Centre.

2-4 Station Street
Cobram, VIC, 3644

Located 14.0K from Tocumwal

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