The Mallee Region is home to The Murray River, which is the longest river in Australia. Along the river are a diverse range of landscapes, towns, communities and cities on the river and further inland.
Some of the major towns in the region include Mildura, Echuca, Swan Hill and Shepparton.
Mildura and Swan Hill provide charming holiday breaks, south of Mildura you will find national parks, lakes and desert bushes.
Echuca was once one of the busiest inland ports in Australia during the 1800s, when steamboat travel was a popular means of travel. Now it is known as a holiday destination, with a stable climate and plenty of water activities such as boating, river cruises, fishing and swimming to enjoy.
Some of the famous attractions in the region besides the Murray river include the Great Dividing Ranges, Kosciuszko National Park and Dartmouth Dam.
Other towns in the region include Cobram, Kerang, Yarrawonga, Red Cliffs, Cohuna and Robinvale.