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Murray Off-road Adventures

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Tours with Murray Offroad Adventures offer a unique insight and experience into the remote northwest corner of Victoria. An area encompassing the Mallee, Murray Sunset National Park, Hattah National Park and a long stretch of magnificent Murray river. This region is rich in history, natural landscapes and flora and fauna. Discover its delights while travelling in the comfort and safety of an air conditioned, 12 seater, 4wd bus – winter or summer.

A range of tours is available to suit all interests.

(Millewa – Mallee)

Wind along old tracks beside the magnificent Murray River as you travel further west of Mildura. Learn about fish ladders and waterways. Visit Ned’s Corner station – an extensive former sheep grazing property, now one of the largest private conservation properties in Victoria. 

Travel further inland and learn about the early settlement of the Millewa. Visit the Millewa Pioneer Park to experience the past. This an amazing secret treasure filled with pioneer  buildings from cottages to stables, blacksmith ,school room, train carriages, bakery, jail . All are packed with original memorabilia and photos providing a wonderful insight into days gone by.

(Hattah National park)

Another great tour option is Hattah National Park.  Travel with the safety of an experienced guide to visit this internationally listed RAMSAR National Park full of many heritage values.  Drive through a unique area that  changes from waterways and floodplain forests through to open pine woodlands and our dense Mallee landscapes. Observe the rich diversity of plants and wildlife that thrive near the many Lakes.

Your tour guide, Peter Kelly, has lived and worked in this area all his life. He has a passion,  deep understanding and vast knowledge of the Murray River landscape.  He provides insight, local knowledge and personal stories   into one of the most diverse landscapes in Australia.  You will travel through semi-arid landscapes, riverine floodplains and picturesque red gum and black box forests. Encounter massive living treasures over 300 years old.  Travel back in time and visit the ancient shorelines of Lake Bungunnia.     

Tours are relaxed, interactive and informative.

For enquiries contact Jeanie and Peter Kelly
Ph. 0417500131

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