Gateway to Gannawarra
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Our diverse region is abundant with natural features, rivers, lakes, wetlands and forests interwoven by a few regional towns and rural villages makes the Gannawarra Shire a unique destination for connecting with nature.
The Gannawarra Shire is within a three hour drive from Melbourne and around an hour drive from the regional centres of Bendigo, Echuca and Swan Hill.
Your time in the area can be spent relaxing or fishing on the Murray River, water skiing with friends on one of the many freshwater lakes or taking in the majestic Red gum forests. Try exploring the unique and diverse environments of wildlife, waterbirds and plants of the Gunbower Creek, Gunbower National Park and Gunbower Island.
Discover the many towns across the region, all with their appealing qualities and welcoming hospitality. Then add beautiful golf courses, red gum sawmill, wetlands, tracks, trails, modern shopping opportunities and special places of interest which make the Gannawarra Shire an idyllic area to visit.
Enjoy the change of pace and the opportunity to relax and get close to nature. Take up the chance to connect with all our region has to offer; enjoy and have fun!
For more information on things to do and see in Gannawarra, please contact our friendly staff and volunteers at our visitor centre:
Gateway to Gannawarra Visitor Centre
NOTE: As part of Federal Government measures announced on March 23 to prevent the spread of Coronavirus, the Gateway to Gannawarra Visitor Centre at Cohuna is now closed until further notice.
The Centre, located on the banks of the Gunbower Creek in Cohuna is a modern visitor information hub with all the material required to make a visitors experience memorable. The Centre also displays details of Agriculture, Business and Lifestyle within the region along with an extensive range of local produce for purchase.
Gateway to Gannawarra
90 King George Street
COHUNA VIC 3568
Ph: (03) 5456 2047
Open Mon - Fri 9am to 5pm, 10am - 2pm weekends and public holidays. Closed on special public holidays.
Tourism Newsletter - February 2017 edition(PDF, 547KB)