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Narioka: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Barmah National Park

Barmah National Park, together with the adjoining Millewa forest in New South Wales, forms the largest River Red Gum forest in the world. The complex ecology of the forest is closely linked to the Murray River and its flooding regime, creating a diverse natural habitat for a variety of wildlife, particularly waterbirds.

Barmah is a great spot for camping. Days can be easily filled with fishing, horse riding, bushwalking, swimming and canoeing.

How to get there
Barmah National Park lies along the Murray River between the towns of Barmah and Strathmerton, about 225km north of Melbourne. Access to the 12 major entrance gates is available from the Moira Lakes Road, Barmah-Picola Road, and the Murray Valley Highway.

Before you go
Conditions can change in parks for many reasons. For the latest information on changes to local conditions, please visit the relevant park page on the Parks Victoria website.

Be bushfire ready in the great outdoors. Refer to the Bushfire Safety section on the Parks Victoria website for tips on how to stay safe.

Moira Lakes Rd
Barmah, VIC, 3639

Located 4.1K from Narioka

Yenbena Indigenous Training Centre

Yenbena Indigenous Training Centre is Indigenous owned and operated. Yenbena is a community centre that provides Cultural Interpretation to school groups, caravanners, locals and visitors to the area.

If you would like to know more about Aboriginal Culture and the Yorta Yorta people, the centre has Aboriginal artefacts on display. Fresh vegetables are grown from the community garden that can be purchased at the centre and tea and coffee or cateringis available for visiting groups.

Yenbena Indigenous Training Centre is a registered training organisation and are nationally accredited for training to all people.

Corner Schier and Tinkler Streets
Barmah, VIC, 3639

Located 6.3K from Narioka

Long Paddock - Cobb Highway Touring Route

The Long Paddock - Cobb Highway Touring Route which follows The Cobb Highway (named for the famous coach company) from Echuca Moama on the Victorian border, through to Wilcannia leading to the iconic outback towns of Bourke, Broken Hill and White Cliffs.

There are 11 major public artworks making the touring route the largest art gallery in the world, and 47 information panels all the way along the route tell the local stories. You can pick up an audio tour CD to help you on your journey across this working stock route.

As you cross the Darling, Lachlan, Edward, Murrumbidgee or Murray rivers, take the time to throw a line in or go for a paddle. A wealth of wildlife and majestic scenery welcomes you at every stop.

The Long Paddock is an easy touring route that can take you north or south without the traffic.

Cobb Highway (Moama to Wilcannia)
Moama, NSW, 2731

Located 19.3K from Narioka

Narioka: Events

Dharnya Family Day - NAIDOC

Each July, Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people from all walks of life come together during NAIDOC week to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

Enjoy a family day with lots of activities, stall holders free camp oven lunch and barbecue, smoking ceremony, flag raising and traditional dance workshops and local singers.

Held at Dharnya Centre in the Barmah National Park, the event will run from 11:00am until 3:00pm.

Moira Lakes Road
Barmah, VIC, 3639

Located 4.1K from Narioka

Yenbena Barmah Community Market

The Yenbena Barmah Community Market will have activities for all ages, face painting, show bags, music and food.

Featuring arts and crafts, haberdashery, bric a brac, pottery, man cave items, vegetables, Rawleighs products, Emu oil and much much more.

Event Dates
      6th Nov

Schier Street
Barmah, VIC, 3639

Located 6.5K from Narioka

Wattles and Waterways

Wattles and Waterways is a family friendly event where everyone is welcome. This is a great opportunity to learn about and experience the beautiful Broken Boosey region.

Join members of the Broken Boosey Conservation Management Network and the Broken Creek Field Naturalists Club for a day of touring the Broken Creek area to see the beautiful wattle display, talk turtles with ecologist Rolf Weber and see some of the environmental work undertaken by Broken Boosey CMN.

Bring your own morning tea, lunch and thermos. Be sure to wear sturdy footwear and a broad brimmed hat. Bring water and refreshments, binoculars and a chair.

Event Dates
      28th Aug

Moran Street Picola
Picola, VIC, 3639

Located 10.2K from Narioka

Peter Forward - Departure Lounge Sculptures and Installation

Come along on for a once in a lifetime chance for a workshop with John Kean (scientist, illustrator, curator).

Works by local artists for sale in complementary Community Gallery exhibition.

Located in a converted grain store shopfront in the middle of Nathalia, The G.R.A.I.N Store is a not-for-profit nationally recognised rural arts centre with a history of exhibitions, performances and workshops.

24 Blake Street
Nathalia, VIC, 3638

Located 20.3K from Narioka

Nathalia Lions New Years Eve Carnival

Having run for more than 50 years, the Nathalia New Years Eve Carnival is the only major event of its kind in the area. Occurring concurrently with the festival is Art Windows Festival which showcases regional art in the widows of retail and professional shopfronts in Blake Street Nathalia.

A large number of works are also hung in the Barmah Forest Heritage and Education Centre which is open seven days a week in Blake Street during normal business hours. The Heritage Centre also acts as the Tourist Information Centre so a must for visitors to town.

The Art Windows Festival commences on 1 December and will continue until 29 January. It is free and can be viewed all day, each day and is not to be missed. Wander beautiful Blake Street and see paintings, ceramics, photographs and more.

The carnival itself commences on New Years Eve on Blake Street and will officially begin with the arrival of cars for the show and shine. The Broken Creek Cruise Show and shine has proven very popular and attracts a wide range of cars, motorcycles and even vintage trucks. It commences at 4pm.

At 4:00pm the Highway is closed and the carnival rides and the street market commence. There is a gourmet food court on the banks of the Broken Creek as well as the local cafes and hotels open for meals and drinks.

The event is alcohol free and designed to be an affordable family event with free demonstrations of sheep shearing, wood chopping and sleeper cutting together with an animal nursery. The night culminates with a massive fireworks display at the recreation reserve at midnight, a gold coin donation helps to cover the costs and it is one of the best fireworks displays in regional victoria running for around 20 minutes.

Event Dates
      31st Dec

Blake Street
Nathalia, VIC, 3638

Located 20.3K from Narioka

Childhood Memories Exhibition

Echuca Moama Artists are conducting an exhibition, Childhood Memories, 4 July to 1 August.

The exhibition takes a nostalgic look at the past, as artists draw on childhood memories and experiences for their inspiration.

73 Blake Street
Nathalia, VIC, 3638

Located 20.4K from Narioka

Orchestra Victoria Quartet - Waratah

The Grain Store in Nathalia presents Orchestra Victoria Quartet.

The Orchestra consists of Jason Bunn on the Viola, Melissa Chominsky on Cello, Tomomi Brennan on Violin and Yi Wang on Violin.

The performance starts at 3:00pm, with doors opening at 2:45pm.

Tickets are available at the store.

Blake Street,
Nathalia, VIC, 3638

Located 20.4K from Narioka

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