Murrumbidgee River Corridor

  1. Murrumbidgee River Corridor. The Murrumbidgee River flows for 1,600 kilometres from its headwaters in Kosciuszko National Park to its junction with the Murray River near Balranald in NSW. Around 66 kilometres of the river's journey is through the ACT, from Angle Crossing in the south to Uriarra Crossing in the north
  2. The rugged Murrumbidgee River flows for 66 kilometers (41 miles) through some of the most spectacular countryside in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT). Take a scenic walk along the riverbanks or enjoy a picnic in one of the beautiful natural beach settings. Wildlife abounds at the Murrumbidgee River Corridor, and the park care volunteers help to protect the natural and cultural values of.
  3. The Murrumbidgee River is also important to Aboriginal groups including the Ngunnawal, Wiradjuri and Nari Nari. Descendants of these groups maintain a close interest and involvement in the management of the Murrumbidgee River Corridor (MRC). The river and a narrow strip of land on either side make up the 9,800 hectares known collectively as the.
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  5. The Murrumbidgee corridor is home to species that have been declared as vulnerable or endangered by the ACT govt itself. I call on the ACT govt to stop this development so as to protect the river for future generations and for those people downstream of the river

The Murrumbidgee River (/ m ʌr ə m ˈ b ɪ dʒ i /) is a major tributary of the Murray River within the Murray-Darling basin and the second longest river in Australia.It flows through the Australian state of New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory, descending 1,500 metres (4,900 ft) over 1,485 kilometres (923 mi), generally in a west-northwesterly direction from the foot of. The depot is responsible for land and catchment management of the Murrumbidgee River Corridor in the ACT. This region includes the Lower Cotter Catchment, which has a primary management goal of protecting Canberra's water supply. The rangers at the depot have a wide range of skills, which they require to manage such a large and diverse region Murrumbidgee River Corridor. Murrumbidgee River at Casuarina Sands Casuarina Sands is an 800 metre long section of the Murrumbidgee River with a deep pool formed by a weir across the river. There are several sandy beaches for wading at the western end of the weir pool, near the picnic area, or deeper water for swimming in the weir pool itsel Murrumbidgee River Corridor (within the ACT) Within the ACT there are numerous walking and other recreational opportunities along its length (the 'Murrumbidgee River Corridor') though, alas, it is not possible to walk its full 66 kms length - at least not using marked pathways or tracks. Over a number of reviews I plan to document the.

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The Murrumbidgee Corridor runs along the western side of southern Canberra and provides walks of various lengths. It is possible to combine two or more of the walks mentioned here or to venture further up or down the river. The corridor allows for walks along high cliffs as well as along the riverside. Wildflowers and bird songs accompany you a The proposed conservation corridor is the largest open space in Ginninderry and adjoins both the Murrumbidgee River and Ginninderra Creek. It has total area of 596ha (390ha in the ACT and 206ha in NSW). The Joint Venture is initiating a program of rehabilitation for the corridor. Keep up to date with the latest news by following the Ginninderry.

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Be aware that phone reception is not reliable throughout the Murrumbidgee River Corridor. Do not depend on your phone for safety or directions. Please note: Pine Island gates are closed between 9 pm and 8 am during daylight savings, and between 6 pm and 8 am during the rest of the year The Murrumbidgee River contains diverse and rich natural environments. Its waterways are a source of water supply for domestic use, extensive irrigated agriculture production, tourism, recreational activities, and the cultural values and practices of local Aboriginal Traditional Owners This plan is for invasive plant control on public land in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT). Many of the species are legally required to be controlled (pest plants). Tags act parks and conservation service canberra nature park city services invasive plants murrumbidgee river corridor and 4 more The Ginninderry Conservation Corridor will comprise a total area of 580 hectares - 360 hectares in the ACT and 220 hectares in NSW. The west the Corridor is bounded by the eastern bank of the Murrumbidgee River and the north by Ginninderra Creek in NSW

The land is immediately west of the Tuggeranong Hyperdome and encroaches on the highly sensitive Murrumbidgee River corridor. up to 90 hectares of river corridor and nature reserve, Greens. The Murrumbidgee River Corridor has never become popular as a tourist attraction, apart from Cotter Reserve. Pine Island in Tuggeranong, Kambah Pool, and Woodstock Nature Reserve are all worth doing. There are a lot of animals in the Murrumbidgee River Corridor, and when I last visited the Woodstock Nature Reserve I saw deer, which was a first. The possibility of a Murrumbidgee River Corridor/Ginninderra Gorge park would allow for the conservation of much of the local habitat types, in particular the riverine habitat that in the ACT is now under increasing developmental and recreational pressure. The creation of such a reserve in association with the possibility of conservation. The Murrumbidgee River is a natural asset to the city of Canberra, twisting and turning for 66km through the ACT. There are many popular BBQ and swimming areas along the river, however there are also other places to walk, stay, see and explore. For a map of the different places to visit along the river, see here. Before you start exploring however, please be aware that phone reception isn't.

Tharwa Bridge is a riverside picnic area between the beautiful Murrumbidgee River and the historic town of Tharwa. The area has great river views, with picnic tables and toilet facilities. You can also use your visit here to explore the rich history of Tharwa village and surrounds. Facilities include Erosion, ash and sediment: post bushfire recovery in the Bumbalong Valley. by Antia Brademann. The 2019-2020 summer will not be forgotten in the near future! On that unlucky Saturday on the 1st Feb, 2020, the Clear Range and Orrorral fires spread rapidly to the south-east, bearing down on the Murrumbidgee River corridor

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Pine Island Reserve, a reserve containing a small plantation of pine trees, is located on the Murrumbidgee River where the river flows through the Tuggeranong district of Canberra, in the Australian Capital Territory, Australia.The closest suburb to the reserve and river island is Greenway.. Pine Island is usually accessible by land and only becomes an island in time of peak flows in the. 2021 04 22 De Salis Cemetery & Gudgenby River with MelbaShed. 28/04/2021. This was an 3.9Km Easy walk from a parking spot just over the Tharwa Bridge, Canberra along a walking trail along the Murrumbidgee River corridor to De Salis Cemetery, before walking down to try and cross the Gudgenby River. This was Melba Shed walk No 253 of 22nd Apr 2021

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Rachel Eland. Rachel joined the team in April 2020. She started as a volunteer which led to a dream job working for the Ginninderry Conservation Trust. Rachel has a background in Social Sciences and management of a development fund, focusing on outdoor education. Rachel is studying Environmental monitoring and technology through CIT and has. Murrumbidgee River Corridor contain more information about the manner in which the A.C.T.'s activities in the Corridor inter-link with the activities of other political jurisdictions and organisations along the River (beyond the boundaries of the Territory). Some information of this kind is already in the Draft Plan - but member Sunday arvo 8 December: Murrumbidgee River Corridor ramble - S/E. A ramble from Kambah Pool up the Murrumbidgee River Corridor along the new Canberra Centenary Trail. We will visit the river lookout and turn around opposite the grand Red Rocks gorge. Bring a little arvo tea to share. All on track except for a very short walk to the river's edge

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Public information for Sensitive Species is restricted due to potential harmful impact to these birds. Site-specific information is visible only to the observer and eBird reviewer(s) for the region Download the Murrumbidgee River Corridor (MRC) brochure from the Territory and Municipal Services Directorate's website below. De Salis cemetery: A map from the MRC brochure shows the route upstream from the bridge (south) to the unique 19 th century cemetery next to the Cuppacumbalong property. The flat track is 2.8 km return

Thirty thousand trees planted in Murrumbidgee river corridor Released 11/07/2012 Thirty thousand trees and shrubs have been planted in the Murrumbidgee Corridor's Gigerline Nature Reserve to help rebuild a resilient ecosystem and assist the ACT in tackling the challenge of climate change, Brett McNamara, Operations Manager, Namadgi National. The fire, which impacted the steep and rugged upper Murrumbidgee River corridor just north of Bredbo in February 2020, was so intense that only bare soil remained. During such events the chemical nature of the soil is altered so that it becomes water repellent, with the lack of vegetation reducing the infiltration capacity of the soil even further

The Sanctuary is integral in east-west landscape connectivity from the Eastern Escarpment via the Molonglo Range to the Murrumbidgee River corridor, and south-north via Jerrabomberra Creek riparian corridor to the Molonglo River and Jerrabomberra Wetlands The recreation area along its length is called the Murrumbidgee River Corridor and there are (at least!) 6 places on the river which you can spend the day swimming in its waters and enjoying a picnic or BBQ on the riverbank. The following are the most popular places to visit, however the joy of this natural waterway is that you can easily. Murrumbidgee River Corridor Uriarra Crossing . View this post on Instagram . A post shared by CBR Weekend (@cbr_weekend) on Oct 27, 2019 at 10:30pm PDT. Looking for a swimming spot you can enjoy with your dog? With both on and off-leash exercise areas, Uriarra is a great place to take your dog for a swim, indulge in a picnic or relax with a book I would like to see full environmental protection of the Murrumbidgee River corridor, its nature reserves, biodiversity, water quality, and riverbank areas. I want to ensure that the self-interest of a few are not put before the interests of our environment and community The managing authority also advises that mobile phone reception is not reliable throughout the Murrumbidgee River corridor, so do not depend on your phone for safety or directions. Water quality in the Canberra area can sometimes be unsuitable for swimming

Murrumbidgee River Corridor including Cotter, Pine Island, Kambah Pool, Casuarina Sands and Uriarra Crossing Googong Dam is closed to all recreation. All swimming areas along the Murrumbidgee River Corridor The Murrumbidgee River Corridor and Molonglo Reach experienced higher water quality throughout the period with all recreational sites along the corridor being closed for only 2% of the period. 19-20 Australian Bushfire Impact on Canberra Air quality Throughout the summer of 2019-20, high levels of bushfire smoke impacted Canberra as fire Murrumbidgee Corridor - Wildlife Observations - Weeds and Fauna Management Area J17 - between the Murrumbidgee River and the Tuggeranong Town. Special Reserve area extends from Point Hut Recreation area around to Tuggeranong Creek. Archery needs to be an agreed Activity Declaration Clause within the Special Reserve area Murrumbidgee River Corridor; Molonglo River Reserve /Public Release. This material comes from the originating organization and may be of a point-in-time nature, edited for clarity, style and length. View in full here. Why? Well, unlike many news organisations, we have no sponsors, no corporate or ideological interests. We don't put up a paywall. Murrumbidgee River corridor and greatly enhancing the region's tourist potential. This will create commercial opportunities that will significantly improve the value of the surrounding area as a focus for cross-border enterprises with links to existing vineyards and broad acre developments

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The corridor of the Murrumbidgee River is defined in the Plan and shown in Figure 3 below. The landscape and heritage values as well as ecological continuity for this zone are to be reinforced and preserved NI2008-27 9.1 NUZ4 - River Corridor Zone Development Table Effective: 29 October 2010 page 7 Authorised by the ACT Parliamentary Counsel—also accessible at www.legislation.act.gov.au Figure 7 Murrumbidgee River Corridor, Tharwa Figure 8 Molonglo River Corridor, Weston Cree Murrumbidgee River Corridor Depot. Water Quality Monitoring. View. 11/07/2021. 12/07/2021. MCC500 - Cotter R. @ Vanity's Crossing. Murrumbidgee River Corridor Depot. Water Quality Monitoring. View. 10/07/2021. 12/07/2021. CTP500 - Paddy's R. @ Flint's Crossing. Murrumbidgee River Corridor Depot. Water Quality Monitoring Set among the growing suburbs of Coombs and Wright, the existing site of the proposed reserve comprises 1280 hectares and extends 23 kilometres along the Molonglo River from Scrivener Dam to the Murrumbidgee River Corridor Reserve. This area contains some of Canberra's best river landscapes and is home to a wide range of native plants and. The Murrumbidgee River Corridor as currently defined in the Territory Plan varies in width between 500 metres and 700 metres and covers the western part of the ACT Project Area. It includes a narrow riparian zone and the adjacent steeper land that falls towards the river from the east. The ACT Project Area ca

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Quaternary period (1 - 2.5 million years ago) - alluvial soils along Murrumbidgee River corridor Paleogene (early Tertiary) period (23-56 million years ago) - Monaro basalts Silurian periods (393-427 million years old) - intrusive granites and sediment As we are close to the Ginninderry Conservation Corridor and the Woodstock Nature reserve, where there is an abundance of native wildlife, and as the Murrumbidgee River corridor is a renowned migration corridor for many bird species, we must all ensure the protection of this natural fauna for the sake of future generations

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  1. The boundary with the ACT is continuous with the Woodstock Nature Reserve that includes the Murrumbidgee River corridor as far upstream as Uriarra Crossing. Murrumbidgee River and Woodstock Reserve from Shepherds Lookout looking northwards. The area of the proposed national park within NSW is about 700 hectares
  2. Murrumbidgee River corridor. Grevillea in flower on the side of the trail. Trail marker which forms part of the Canberra Centenary Trail. Red Rocks Gorge Lookout. Take the arrow towards the right (straight ahead) to go to the lookout. The distance is about the same for either option
  3. One exception where communities of old trees still stand is in the Murrumbidgee Valley Regional Park, which hugs the Marrambidya and provides a corridor sanctuary for flora and fauna
  4. About the Ginninderra Catchment Ginninderra Creek is of major importance in both a local and regional context. It carries approximately one quarter of the urban water runoff from Canberra directly into the Murrumbidgee River system and then the Murray. Hence there is considerable potential to degrade the already stressed aquatic
  5. Division 2 - Murrumbidgee River corridor land 42. What is Murrumbidgee River corridor land? 43. What must be considered before granting consent to the development of Murrumbidgee River corridor land? Division 3 - Protection of rivers and streams 44. What is a perennial watercourse? 45. When is development consent required? 46. What must be.

Bonython is an elongate suburb, straddling the eastern and northern sides of Mount Stranger, a low hillside (altitude 660 metres ASL) that rises about 100 metres above the Tuggeranong valley floor. Lower Stranger Pond sits at the northern end of the suburb, formed by a manmade dam across a natural drainage channel Here, overlooking the Murrumbidgee River, with magnificent views of the mountains and valleys to the west is his grave and those of his family. The de Salis family cemetery is an unusual site at the end of a 1.5 km (easy) walk through the Murrumbidgee River Corridor starting at the Tharwa Bridge MURRUMBIDGEE RIVER TO GOOGONG WATERTRANSFERPROJECT 1 Canberra Corridor Regional Strategy 2007-31(Department of Planning 2008). This strategy recognises the need for intergovernmental collaboration to support growth in the NSW southern region (Yass Valley, Palerang an Murrumbidgee River, iconic views to the Brindabella Ranges, Ginninderra Falls, and habitats of nationally and regionally significant conservation interest. In recognition of this environmental significance, a substantial corridor of land adjacent to the Murrumbidgee River and Ginninderra Creek will not be developed ACT Parks and Conservation regularly undertakes ground-based deer control programs with previous programs at Googong foreshores removing 430 deer since 2014, and 60 deer in sensitive areas in the Murrumbidgee River corridor since 2015. The following sites will be closed from 6:30 am on Monday 3 June until 12 pm Friday 7 June 2019. The ADA.

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President of the Tuggeranong Community Council Glenys Patulny, at Pine Island where the Murrumbidgee River may be impacted by a new suburb on the wildlife corridor. Credit: Elesa Kurt The river is bound by a red gum corridor characteristic of the Riverina region. A bushland area. Murrumbidgee River - Murrumbidgee River (), a major tributary of the Murray River within the Murray-Darling basin and the second longest river in Australia searching for Murrumbidgee River 26 found (402 total) alternate case: murrumbidgee River

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The Wiradjuri Reserve to Gobba Beach corridor of the Murrumbidgee River is an Aboriginal camping and meeting area used from traditional to modern times. Why is it important to Aboriginal people? The Aboriginal Place is associated with a traditional Wiradjuri story concerning a couple, Gobbagumbalin and Pomingalarna, who broke traditional law The Molonglo River, a perennial river that is part of the Murrumbidgee catchment within the Murray-Darling basin, is located in the Monaro and Capital Country regions of New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory, in Australia. Bordered on the south by the state of Victoria and on the east by the Great Dividing Range, the Riverina covers those areas of New South Wales in the Murray. Murrumbidgee River ( / mʌrəmˈbɪdʒi / ), a major tributary of the Murray River within the Murray-Darling basin and the second longest river in Australia. It flows through the Australian state of New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory. It descends 1,500 metres (4,900 ft) as it flows 900 kilometres (559 mi) in a west. Ginninderra Creek is of major importance in both a local and regional context. It carries approximately one quarter of the urban water runoff from Canberra directly into the Murrumbidgee River system and then the Murray. Hence there is considerable potential to degrade the already stressed aquatic ecosystems of the Murray-Darling Basin 1250418 sightings of 6102 species in 1015 locations from 4286 members . Proudly Australian made, owned and hosted CCA 3.0 | privacy CCA 3.0 | privac

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  2. We are lucky in the ACT to have the Murrumbidgee River, the second longest river in Australia, flowing through a corridor that is set aside as a reserve to keep the river free from too much development. We are also further fortunate in having such easy access to the river. On a whim, I decided that I would spend this month, May, photographing around the Murrumbidgee corridor in the ACT.
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  4. This is Ranger Bernie's ParkCare team who spend Thursday mornings undertaking conservation activities along the Upper Murrumbidgee River Corridor (UMRC), on the southern outskirts of Canberra, ACT. The Murrumbidgee River is the third largest water source of the Murray-Darling Basin. Despite being the main waterway for Canberra, the Basin's largest population centre, and hom
  5. Molonglo Reach and the Murrumbidgee River Corridor and the National Capital Authority (NCA) is responsible for the management of Lake Burley Griffin (LBG). The guidelines only apply to the lakes and river sites where primary contact recreational activities are permitted
  6. This 6km bush corridor restoration, known as the Rivers of Carbon Upper Murrumbidgee River Rehabilitation project, is connecting high quality river habitat between the Bredbo and Colinton gorges, to establish a 40km long corridor - all to help protect several nationally threatened natives, including Macquarie Perch, Trout Cod, Murray Cod, and.

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Recovering the Upper Murrumbidgee. The Upper Murrumbidgee Demonstration Reach (UMDR) was established under the former Native Fish Strategy (2003-2013) to provide the community with a visible demonstration that the health of the river and its floodplain, and the plants and animals that depend upon these river habitats, can be rehabilitated to a better condition through coordinated actions that. The Uriarra Loop Walk is one of a number of walks within the Murrumbidgee River Corridor, a conservation area running along the 66 kms of the 1600 kms Murrumbidgee River which pass through the Australian Capital Territory. Moving off in an anti-clockwise direction (to my right with the river behind me) necessitated an initial short (around 20. The Murrumbidgee Discovery Track is an iconic river walk that follows the Murrumbidgee yfor 27 kilometres (17 cmiles). You can walk the track . in sections. towns. Murrumbidgee River Corridor Highlights > Meet a colourful array of birds on the Woodstock Nature Reserve Walk (2 hours) > Swim, kayak and fish at Casuarina Sands > Hike part of the. The Reserve is part of the Murrumbidgee River corridor. There are picnic tables, a shaded area, toilets, walking trails to Pine Island and Kambah Pools, you can have a dip in the river, and you can also try your luck at fishing. Dogs are allowed at Point Hut and they are allowed to swim in the river here as well, but there are specific areas.

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along the ACT Murrumbidgee River Corridor (MRC), an approximately 70 kilometre stretch of the Murrumbidgee River between The Angle near Williamsdale and Parkview west of Belconnen. It is hoped that through this work the quality of water in the Murrumbidgee River will be maintained and improved by replacing previously impacted vegetatio The National Capital Authority's planning control over the Murrumbidgee River corridor was absolute. And the Gallagher Labor government, whose approval to shift Tuggeranong's development. • The existing boundaries to the Murrumbidgee River Corridor identified in ACT planning documents are not based on recent scientific understanding. It is important that the boundary of the iver r corridor be based on natural resource management criteria with an appropriate separation between the corridor and other land uses The Molonglo River Reserve follows the Molonglo River from Scrivener Dam downstream to the confluence with the Murrumbidgee River Corridor Reserve. The total length of the river within the reserve is 23 kilometres and the area is 1280 hectares. This area contains some of Canberra's best river landscapes and is home to a wide range of native plants and animals, including the endangered Pink. Connecting Revegetation Works Along the Murrumbidgee River Corridor 31 August, 2019 31 August, 2019 This project is will build on the work undertaken under the 2014/15 Environment Grant Murrumbidgee River Riparian Revegetation at Castle Hill extending the revegetation works both up and down stream of this project

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Planned facilities include new schools, shops, halls, child care centres and medical centres. Just a few minutes' drive from Belconnen Town Centre, Ginninderry offers the chance to build a rewarding lifestyle in a spectacular location adjacent to the Murrumbidgee River corridor Murrumbidgee Gorge HGL is based on slope class and soil landscape boundaries and includes the gorge of the Murrumbidgee River (Figure 2). The HGL is steep-sided and rocky, with high runoff and vegetation influenced by the river corridor. The high energy riparian zone along the river has varied situations: riffles, point bars and gravel areas WALKS NEAR URIARRA [extract from the Murrumbidgee River Corridor brochure] Uriarra Loop (3.5 km, 2.5 hrs return, easy) From Uriarra East picnic area, follow the Murrumbidgee River downstream towards its junction with the Molonglo River. The trail then follows the Molonglo upstream, returning through open grazing country This includes the famous Murrumbidgee River which forms a distinct river corridor through our city and offers a natural hub for recreational activity as well as our flora and fauna. Wagga Wagga Urban Landcare seeks to play a role in the preservation and enhancement of the region's natural assets. The Group's efforts are focussed in four key.

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Identification of Murrumbidgee River Reserve Boundary The Territory Plan identifies a boundary for the Murrumbidgee River corridor reserve; this is generally a series of straight lines at the eastern edge of the top of the steep land falling towards the river. This boundary is rather arbitrary but is apparently designed to cover the river valley Improving biodiversity and water quality within the Ginninderra Creek corridor The Riverview Group and other landowners along Ginninderra Creek participated in a project to improve the biodiversity and water quality within the creek corridor. The project focuses on a 3.5km section of the creek downstream from the ACT/NSW border and involves control of invasive willow Read More Ginninderra.

Murrumbidgee River Frontage. 121 Kullaroo Road, Clear Range. First time for sale in over 40 years this fantastic block covering 37.60 Ha (93 acres) offers over 900 meters of direct frontage to the pristine, gorgeous Murrumbidgee river with absolutely stunning 180-degree views of the surrounding hills and Murrumbidgee river corridor Details. Walk along the Murrumbidgee Corridor to the Tuggeranong stone wall and Murrumbidgee River with a side walk around the lower slopes of the Urambi Hills and back along Tuggeranong Creek. Meet at 10.00am for walk commencing at 10.05am from the front steps of the Tuggeranong Lakeside Leisure Centre, Anketell Street, Tuggeranong Town Centre. The trust will oversee a small corridor of land, about 590 hectares in size, along the Murrumbidgee River which includes both the ACT and NSW sides of the river The Murrumbidgee River and surrounding natural bushland at Narrandera is ideal for swimming and picnicking, with three natural beaches and facilities for fishing and basic camping. The Murrumbidgee River runs through Narrandera and is home to endangered species Murray cray, trout cod and Murray cod. The river is bound by a red gum corridor characteristi