Interlaced with rivers, creeks and lagoons, Barham and Koondrook have all the attractions of country towns located on the Murray River, including fishing, camping and a collection of talented cultural and sporting groups. The twin towns have a unique history of industry and infrastructure, picturesque recreation areas and a tourism industry that continues to grow. Visitors are well catered for by a diverse range of accommodation services and eateries, and with a collection of little shops and services, you will be suprised by the range of attactions on offer.

Barham Koondrook Harvest n Graze Festival  

Harvest n Graze FestivalBarham Koondrook

Featuring Joe Camilleri and the Black Sorrows

Come laze, graze, sip, taste and treat yourself to the seasons finest bounty.

Bring the family, bring a picnic rug and bring your harvest cheer.

Saturday 5th March 2016



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New categories for 2016 competition :

Big Sky




Water / Waterways


Barham Koondrook Photographic and Video Competition

This highly successful photographic competition offers a prize pool of nearly $4000 with $500 being awarded to the overall best photograph. There are 5 photographic categories and this year for the first time video has been included. Photographs must be taken with-in a 100 kilometre radius of Barham Koondrook, entries are just $5 per photo or video.

We have complied  a Photographic Competition Book and Financial Year Diary for 2015/2016,

They are available to purchase from Barham Newsagency and Barham Bakery, Barham NSW.


Local Weather

  • 13 Feb 2016

    Partly Cloudy 38°C 16°C

  • 14 Feb 2016

    Sunny 29°C 14°C

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Where is Barham?

Barham, located on the banks of the Murray River in New South Wales, is just three hours drive north of Melbourne and a comfortable drive from the vibrant towns of Echuca and Bendigo.
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