Twin Town of Yarrawonga

Mulwala is thought to mean “big lagoon”.

Mulwala and its twin town of Yarrawonga emerged in the 1850s, thanks to prospectors heading from New South Wales.

Renowned for its wonderful weather climate, this picturesque piece of regional Victoria and New South Wales is an “Inland Aquatic Paradise”. Mulwala is perfect for visitors to take some time to enjoy the sunning scenery, or why not lose yourself in the serene surrounds of the forest, Lake Mulwala and of course the mighty Murray River.

Mulwala is clustered along the western shore of the lake. As it is located on the other side of the weir and the river to Yarrawonga it is, therefore, in New South Wales. However, the two are linked by a bridge over the mouth of the lake and virtually constitute a continuous settlement.

MulwalaLake Mulwala is far more than an irrigation storage, the area offers some elegant restaurants,clubs and cafes, where you can enjoy local produce and wines from the prolific winery region nearby. It is an attractive draw card to the area and is largely responsible for the booming tourism industry in Yarrawonga-Mulwala.

The lake is a recreational haven for water based activities, from fishing in the pursuit of the elusive Murray Cod, river cruises, or if you prefer the faster pace of water skiing, speedboat racing and para sailing.

Mulwala is a fantastic holiday destination for families, couples or singles, offering a huge range of activities, attractions and Accommodation to suit any budget. It has so much to offer, so why not plan your next holiday to Mulwala.