Murray River Road
With the Upper Murray as the birthplace of the Murray River, this picturesque loop takes you through some of the region's most scenic townships abounded in history and true country hospitality. Starting off in Corryong, home to the gravesite of Jack Riley, make your way along the Murray Valley Highway past the Towong Racecourse where scenes from Pharlap were filmed. Continue through Tintaldra, a historic village settled in 1837, and Walwa, past Pine Mountain, recently discovered Indigenous name; Yabbarin; a gigantic rock formation one and half times the size of Uluru before reaching Jingellic. Continue along the Murray River Road, heading towards Burrowye Reserve, where you will see where the Murray River meets the Lake Hume Damn. Continue along to view Mount Lawson State Park with the highest point of the mountain providing outstanding views of the Murray River to the north and the Victorian Alps to the south before reaching Thologolong. Follow the river to Granya and on to Talgarno before reaching Bethanga and Bellbridge on the outskirts of Albury/ Wodonga.
Murray Valley Highway
A beautiful, undulating route to travel along starting off in Tallangatta, a town that moved in the 50s. Continuing along the Murray Valley Highway, visitors will come across some beautiful historic trestle bridges along the Bullioh to Koetong stretch of the highway and one of the oldest Hotels in the region at Koetong before reaching their destination at Corryong, home to Jack Riley's gravesite.