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Small town just outside Echuca on the way to Cohuna

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Torrumbarry is a small active rural community on the Murray River a 15 minute drive north west from Echuca.

Community infrastructure comprises a primary school, local public hall, recreation reserve and CFA fire station. The district is serviced by a hotel/motel, caravan and recreation parks, several accommodation houses and a combined roadhouse/post office/general store.

Torrumbarry is a peaceful oasis set between Echuca and Gunbower. It is also a place of great significance and with a tremendous history where the original trestle weir and lock chamber is now heritage-listed.

The completion of the new weir in 1996 saw the establishment of an interpretive centre. 

Torrumbarry is a popular spot for fishing and camping, as well as water-skiing.


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