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This part of the Murray River rewards anglers with the odd Murray Cod, golden perch, silverfish and catfish, while dobbers can land some very tasty yabbies. A track through the caravan park leads to a boat ramp and sand bar which form a safe swimming hole. Further on, Riverside Park is a popular picnicking area.
Be sure to fit in a visit to the Border Flywheelers Museum, showcasing a large array of artifacts celebrating the farming community along the Murray Darling Basin, it is also the keeping place for many artefacts used by the local Barapa Barapa Aboriginal people who lived and worked around this area.
As one of the major golfing destinations along the Murray River, Barham Golf is the idyllic location for your next golfing escape. Nestled amid natural bush surrounds lies a sequence of magnificent grass greens and challenging bunkers that make up a visionary 18-hole championship golf course. Barham Golf Resort also ofters fully self-contained units and caravan ensuite sites. If bowls is more your niche, social Bowls competitions run at the Barham Bowls Club Tuesday and Saturday afternoons and visitors are most welcome and encouraged to participate.
The gentle pace of life, reflected in the peaceful flow of the Murray, makes Barham popular with couples keen to enjoy fresh air, natural surroundings, and world-class local produce.