Mulberry Beach & Pebbly Beach

Waypoint: -35.81587 , 145.55837 GPS: -35.81390 , 145.56262
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  • Day Use Area
  • Overnight Rest Area
  • Camping Area
Goulburn Valley Highway
Koonoomoo VIC 3644
  • Beautiful bushland setting
  • Swimming, fishing and canoeing
  • Koalas and kangaroos in the bush
  • No facilities
  • Narrow dirt tracks, dry weather only
  • Toilet at GPS -35.820044,145.556415
  • Fishing December to August
Last updated by Clyde Camel on 16th March, 2014
Mulberry Beach & Pebbly Beach are located in a pretty bushland setting that sits within a loop of the Murray River in Victoria, just opposite Tocumwal across the river.
There are no facilities here, but a selection of bushland or beachside camp spots that take you back to nature are awaiting your enjoyment.

There i a toilet located between Mulberry Beach and Finley Beach at GPS -35.820044,145.556415.

The bushland consists of tall river gums which are inhabited by koalas and birds, while groups of not so shy kangaroos play and joust in the grasslands below.

Mulberry Beach is close to the bridge across the Murray, while Pebbly Beach is further around away from the traffic. Notwithstanding its name, Pebbly Beach isn't at all pebbly, but instead has a nice soft sandy stretch of the bank of the river to offer campers, swimmers and fishers.
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