It's a measure of Federation Council's extraordinary natural serenity and recreational variety that many visitors choose to return year in and year out. Indeed, some families holiday here more than once a year.
With Australia's mightiest waterway, the Murray and Lake Mulwala at your doorstep, the leisure choices - camping, bushwalking, picnicking, swimming, fishing, canoeing and waterskiing – are seemingly endless.
Howlong, Corowa and Mulwala all provide the ideal base for day-trips east toward Albury-Wodonga, west toward Cobram and Echuca, north toward Wagga Wagga and the Riverina plains, or south toward Rutherglen, Beechworth, Chiltern and Yackandandah. The world famous Rutherglen Wineries are located only 10kms from Corowa.
When it comes to sporting and leisure activities, you'll be astonished at just how many options – for people of all ages - are so close at hand.
If you want to get your adrenalin pumping, how about a glider flight at the Australian Soaring Centre or perhaps a tandem skydive at the Corowa Jump Shack?
For those who prefer a more grounded experience, there's ready access to lush lawn bowling greens, grass tennis courts and a magnificent 27-hole championship golf course that seems to take the ‘work' out of working on your game.
Check out the great attractions and activities the Corowa region have waiting for you here.
For a list of day trips from Federation Council click here.