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Cobrawonga Island access restored

Friday 4 May, 2018


Parks Victoria is pleased to welcome back visitors to popular fishing and camping site Cobrawonga Island in the Murray River Reserve.

The island’s only access has been restored with the completion of structural work to the Cobrawonga Bridge.

Cobrawonga Island is popular for camping, fishing and bird watching on the Murray River between Cobram and Yarrawonga. With the bridge reopening, visitors can again enjoy the sandy beaches of this quiet and secluded spot on the Murray River

Parks Victoria has worked with local contractors to replace the bridge’s damaged surface using custom cut timber.

Cobrawonga Island regularly floods and Cobrawonga Track is subject to seasonal road closures effective from the Queen’s Birthday long weekend in June until Melbourne Cup weekend in November.

Quotes attributable to John Hutchison - Parks Victoria:

“We hope to see new and regular visitors returning to Cobrawonga Island this summer.’

“It’s exciting to see the completion of this project, restoring safe visitor access to a popular site on the Murray River.’

“The secluded beaches of Cobrawonga Island are a great spot to visit for camping and fishing.”


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