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Yarrawonga Regional Park

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The Common flood-affected carpark

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Location: The Common

The flooded Forges beach area

10 days ago from Parks Victoria

Location: Forges Bend

New toilet block

1 year ago from Andrew McdougallParks Victoria

Location: Yarrawonga Regional Park

One of the many camping sites

1 year ago from Andrew McdougallParks Victoria

Location: Yarrawonga Regional Park

Cullens Road entrance

1 year ago from Andrew McdougallParks Victoria

Location: Yarrawonga Regional Park

River red gum trees

1 year ago from Andrew McdougallParks Victoria

Location: Yarrawonga Regional Park

Dispersed camping

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Location: Yarrawonga Regional Park

Yarrawonga Regional Park notice board

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Location: Yarrawonga Regional Park

Day visitor area

1 year ago from Andrew McdougallParks Victoria

Location: Yarrawonga Regional Park

New toilet block

1 year ago from Andrew McdougallParks Victoria

Location: Yarrawonga Regional Park

Boat ramp - good all weather boat access

1 year ago from Andrew McdougallParks Victoria

Location: Yarrawonga Regional Park

Yarrawonga Regional Park

1 year ago from Andrew McdougallParks Victoria

Location: Yarrawonga Regional Park

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Change of conditions

  • Yarrawonga Regional Park is closed due to flooding, including Yarrawonga Common, Chinamans Bend, Forges Bend and Bruces Bend. These areas will remain closed until water levels subside. at Yarrawonga Regional Park
    Friday 23 September, 2016 |
Camp fires
Camping
Canoeing
Dog walking
Fishing
Picnicking
Swimming

Yarrawonga Regional Park is situated on the Murray River in north central Victoria. The river bends and sandy beaches provide an ideal setting for campers and day visitors alike. It is very popular over the summer and during holiday periods. There are minimal facilities and the park gives visitors a true bush experience.

There are boat ramps, picnic tables and modern pit toilets provided.

Avoid resting, picnics or camping under or close to trees. They may drop heavy branches at any time without warning. Find out more about how to avoid tree risks here

Dispose of litter at the Moira Shire Transfer Station, Channel Road Yarrawonga.  

How to get there

The town of Yarrawonga is located approximately 265 kilometres north-east of Melbourne. Take the Murray Valley Hwy west out of Yarrawonga. Access is via Cullens Rd, Brears Rd, Forges Pump Rd or Bruces Road.

Aboriginal Traditional Owners

Parks Victoria acknowledges the Aboriginal Traditional Owners of Victoria - including its parks and reserves. Through their cultural traditions, Aboriginal people maintain their connection to their ancestral lands and waters. Further information is available from Aboriginal Affairs Victoria AAV and Native Title Services Victoria

Popular things to do

Forges Bend

Forges No.1 beach is one of the most popular sandy beaches on the Murray. Grassy banks make this an enjoyable…

Chinamans Bend

The river bends provides an ideal setting for campers and day visitors alike. Access The camping area is located on…

The Common

The Yarrawonga Common is a great day visitor area and boat launching site. If you’re lucky you might see a…

Bruces Bend

The river bends provides an ideal setting for campers and day visitors alike. Bruces Bend has high banks and is…

Visitor experiences

Facilities Summary

  • Boat Ramp
  • Campsites
  • Picnic table/seat
  • Toilet

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Park Statistics

Established

September 1986

Area

351.8ha

Contact information

Call Parks Victoria on 13 1963

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