The townships of Cobram and Barooga nestle on the banks of the Murray River on the border between NSW and VIC.
While at Sunrise Motel Barooga the surrounding areas offer a myriad of local attractions to do and see during your visit. At the top of the list are the world class golf courses.
Local Golf Courses
At Sunrise Motel Barooga we can organize all of your golfing needs at any of the awesome courses.
Cobram/Barooga Golf Club
The Cobram Barooga Golf Course is walking distance from the motel with a courtesy bus available to clubs.
Cobram/Barooga Golf Course offers 36 championship standard holes spread across the old course and newer west course.
Tocumwal Golf Club
The Tocumwal golf course is just a short 15 minute drive and boasts lush greens and two championship courses.
The Tocumwal golf club was also voted one of the top 100 public courses, home of the Southern PGA Trainee Championship.
Yarrawonga/Mulwala Golf Club
The Yarrawonga/Mulwala golf club is situated on the banks of lake Mulwala and the Murray river.
Black Bull Golf Club
The Black Bull golf club features a newly completed 18 hole course, wrapped around lake Mulwala.
Corowa Golf Club
The Corowa golf club is nestled around a bend of the Murray river with a 27 hole pro golf course.
The Big Strawberry
Indulge yourself. A must do. Try all the delights made fresh on site.
“Its like another WORLD” as seen on the Better Homes & Gardens TV show.
Cruise the picturesque Murray River onboard the Magestic Cobba.
Historic homestead and brewery. Whilst there sample the beer, cider and wines. Light lunches available.
Monichino Wines of Victoria
Situated at Katunga. Just a twenety minute drive from Sunrise Motel Barooga. Wine tasting and cellar door.
Farm Gate Trail
Grab your map and take a day visiting wineries, gourmet delights, paddock to plate, farms, orchards and more.
The Murray River
The Murray River, home to the elusive Murray cod, majestic river gums and sandy beaches. Some red gums have been around for over 500 years.
The Cobram Barooga area boasts arguably the best and most serene sections of the Murray River in NSW.
If you have never experienced the Murray River before you don’t know what you are missing, gorgeous scenery coupled with a relaxing country feel which is more of lifestyle.
The reason lots of people travel to the Murray river is the water sports including skiing, beach sports, swimming and kayaking but the Murray river is also good for fishing and catching a feast of fresh yabbies.
Fishing on the Murray does require a license. For further information visit this site.