The Murrumbidgee Shire has a proud rice growing heritage and is a haven for nature lovers with unspoilt tracks of river and bushland.

The Murrumbidgee Shire takes its name from the famous river that borders it and encompasses the towns of Darlington Point and Coleambally. Darlington Point hugs the river and offers aquatic activities such as fishing, swimming and boating. Travel south from Darlington Point and you will come to the township of Coleambally. Visit Wilbriggie State Forest with access in town or off Whitton Road.

Visit the Crocodile enclosure at Altina Wildlife Park in Darlington Point, Pack a picnic and enjoy lunch at any number of tranquil spots along the Murrumbidgee River and check out the water tower shaped like a wine glass in Colembally. Located on Kidman Way is the Bucyrus Erie dragline excavator, an amazing piece of construction machinery. Walking tracks surround this town in the forest reserves, which are home to the Southern Bell Frog and Superb Parrot.

Visit the Murrumbidgee Shire Council website for more tourism information