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Camping in Rutherglen

Rutherglen, Wahgunyah and surrounds are blessed with great camping sites and reserves, the majority with the mighty Murray River as a backdrop and just minutes from town. Rutherglen camping can be a great way to experience the region no matter what the season.

For up to date information on the Murray River Reserve please click here.

Caravan & Camping Parks
If you are seeking a few more creature comforts, you will be pleased to learn that there are ample options in Rutherglen & Corowa. The Rutherglen Caravan Park is a small, well-maintained park on the shores of Lake King Wetlands and just a two-minute walk to Main Street. Corowa has numerous camping and caravanning options - located on the banks of the Murray River.

Camp Fire Information
It is important that you know when it is suitable to have a campfire. Please click here to view an information sheet from the CFA.

Camping and bike riding on the Murray

Camp sites and parks

Rutherglen Caravan park entrance

Rutherglen Caravan & Tourist Park

Rutherglen Caravan Park is set on three acres of land and is surrounded by sporting and recreational facilities. The park boasts 11 self-contained cabins, 31 powered caravan sites, 40 non-powered camping sites, centrally located amenities block, disabled…

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Stanton’s Bend

Stanton’s Bend is a large popular reserve just a few kilometres to the west of Rutherglen. An attractive setting on a wide expanse of river ‘Stanton’s’ is popular with visitors and locals alike. A long stretch of sandy…

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Grantham’s Bend

Granthams Bend is a large reserve set on a sweeping bend of the Murray River near Wahgunyah. Open scrubland offers good walking and bush biking, and there are some nice sandy beaches to be found, particularly on the…

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Shaw’s Flat

Shaw’s Flat is a relatively small reserve, but worth seeking out for its fabulous setting complete with towering River Red Gums, teeming with bird life and some great fishing spots. Being just seven kilometres from Rutherglen it can get…

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The Police Paddocks

The Police Paddocks is a naturally formed island that was used to rest police horses in the late 1800’s. The island was accessed via a private bridge, the remnants of which can still be viewed. There is a…

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Lumby’s Bend

Lumbys Bend is a quiet and relaxing spot on the Murray River, located on a twisting section of the Murray and more heavily wooded than some other reserves. There are numerous good level camping sites, though high…

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