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Click here to see why Corowa Howlong Mulwala are the Choice holiday destinations

Relax, close your eyes and listen….the bird songs, the rustle of the wind in the ancient River Red Gums, the sounds of the might Murray lapping against a sandy river bank, no car horns and the captivating sunset sounds as another day comes to an end. Welcome to the Corowa region where you'll be spoilt for choice.

The Corowa region takes in the towns of Corowa, Howlong and Mulwala, plus a number of smaller villages. It offers visitors unique access points to Australia's mightiest river, with over 175 kilometres of prime Murray River frontage to be savoured. If it's action or just relaxation you're after, the Corowa region delivers on all fronts.

We've got all of your water activities covered, whether it be on the Murray River or the magnificent 4,450 hectare Lake Mulwala. You can fish for the elusive Murray Cod, kayak, put the family in a canoe, water ski or wakeboard, put the boat in for a leisurely cruise, take a refreshing dip or swim, windsurf, dip your oar in for a spot of rowing, sail a dinghy or just while away the hours with a good book dangling your toes in the water. The choice is yours.

For nature lovers, the region abounds in fabulous walking and cycling trails through the magnificent and ancient River Red Gum forests along the banks of the Murray. Many of these ‘grandfather' trees pre-date white settlement and provide a strong link back to the original custodians of the region, the Bangarang clan of the Yorta Yorta people. These trails also provide visitors with a close up view of the region's rich bird life, wildlife and flora.

We invite you to explore the Shire's three focal points of Howlong, Corowa and Mulwala as well as some delightful surrounding villages.

CLICK HERE to download the Official Corowa Howlong Mulwala Visitor Guide

Corowa Shire - The Event & Conference Destination Choice!

With its fine, mediteranean weather, unique local food, world class wines, stunning restaurants, and busy calendar of events, Corowa Shire is the perfect place to hold a Conference, Convention, Exhibition, Seminar, Workshop, Wedding or Meeting.

Corowa Shire offers extensive accommodation choices and reliable transport links and services.
Corowa Shire is centrally located between Sydney and Melbourne and within easy travelling distance to the rural cities of Albury, Wodonga, Wangaratta, Wagga Wagga, Shepparton and the Nations Capital, Canberra. 

Corowa Shire is sure to impress! So let us make your next Conference, Seminar or Exhibition a unique experience!

Corowa Shire Tourism has prepared the Corowa Shire Events and Conference Profile to assist organisers in planning and hosting a event or conference in Corowa Shire.

Please CLICK HERE to download a free copy of the Conference & Event Profile.

CLICK HERE to download the Corowa Visitor Map

CLICK HERE to download the Howlong Visitor Map

Or to request a copy of the Visitors Handbook or Conference & Event Profile via email, please send your name and postal address to

Information Centre Contact Details:

Corowa Visitor Information Centre  
100 Edward Street, Ball Park, Corowa, NSW, 2646
T: (02) 6033 3221
Free: 1800 814 054

F: (02) 6033 8940

Open Mon-Friday 10am – 5pm, Sat 10am - 3pm



Yarrawonga Mulwala Visitor Information Centre
Irvine Parade, Yarrawonga, Vic, 3730
T: (03) 5744 1989
Free: 1800 062 260
F: (03) 5744 3149
Open- Mon-Sun 9am-5pm


Howlong Library and Resource Centre

59 Hawkins St, Howlong, NSW, 2643

T (02) 6026 5055


F (02) 6026 5044

Open Tuesday & Wednesday 10am -5pm (closed for lunch 1-2pm). Thursday & Friday 10am-1pm. Saturday 9am – 11am

Visitor servicing is our specialty. Our visitor information centres will assist you with all you need to know about this wonderful region. We're here to help!