Passage Camp camping area
This was one of the places where Major Thomas Mitchell set up camp during his famous 1836 exploration of the country along the Murray River, a journey that prompted him to name what’s now Victorian terrain ‘Australia Felix’ – fortunate Australia. There are fireplaces here. Look for the signposted access off the main road in Boundary Bend, 45 km south-east of Robinvale.
Who to contact: Parks Victoria 13 1963
This campsite is located in Murray River – Robinvale to Swan Hill
Lying alongside the Murray River between the quaint town of Robinvale and the pioneering spirit of Swan Hill are a number of small reserves in which bush camping is permitted. Swimming off the Murray’s sandy beaches is just the ticket on a hot day. Note: seasonal flooding can close some tracks, so check the road conditions before you pay a visit. Access roads are signposted off the Murray Valley Hwy. Bring your own firewood as there is a limited supply.
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