River Road Howlong 2643
Located on the banks of the Murray River, Howlong’s permanent Common was dedicated in 1870. The Common is a significant part of our British heritage, as are other commons to be found North of the Murray. The land is owned by the State and is administered by a Trust. ‘Commoners’ have the right to have a set number of cows and calves on the common. The common is subject to a strict tree preservation order and is also available for passive recreation, and locals and visitors alike enjoy the natural beauty of the common and the Murray River.
Explore the natural beauty North of the Murray in one of our many parks and reserves along the banks of the mighty Murray River.