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Backroads Trail

Turn off the highway and we will open your eyes!

The Backroads Trail, with its signposted interpretive sites, allows you to see how we have lived on and shaped this land from Dreamtime prehistory to the present day. The Backroads Trail weaves together the themes of heritage, environment, food, wine and culture in an informed and user-friendly way.

You'll not only stand on the sites where history was made - you'll be delighted by small businesses along the way offering you delicious produce, a comfy bed for the night, and extra attractions such as stunning sculptures, leafy bushland walks and relaxing river cruises.

This trail is situated on the NSW side of the Murray River, and extends from Echuca Moama, Womboota, Bunnaloo, Barham Koondrook, Caldwell, Deniliquin and Mathoura.

Please call ahead to ask about operating hours to make sure they are there to receive you with that warm hospitality that this region is renowned for.

Visit www.backroadstrail.com.au for more information and contact details of the various attractions and Visitor Information Centres located along the trail.

Attractions on this Trail include:

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• Pacdon Park (Gourmet British Smallgoods
• Sevilo Grove (Olive Oil)
• Bright on the Murray B&B
• Perricoota Station (Accommodation & Functions)
• Old School Winery & Meadery
• Reed Bed Bird Hide
• Long Paddock ARTback Sculptures
• Mathoura Mandarins
• Mathoura Pioneer Cemetery
• Grathorn Poll Dorsets (Farm Visits)
• J & H Bassett Apiaries (Honey Outlet)
• Restdown Wines
• Wolesley Monument (Historic Marker)
• Hill House Farm Stay
• Barham Avocados
• Bundarra Berkshires Free Range Pork
• Citrus Honesty Box
• Border Flywheelers Club Heritage Museum
• Barham River Cruises
• Redgum Chainsaw Sculpture Trail
• Border Packers (Citrus Packing Shed)
• Long Paddock Foodstore


Signposted interpretive sites along the way, allow you to stand right where history was made

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