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.
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 :
Water / Waterways
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.
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.Load Map