Travelling through Victoria I discovered a piece of paradise - the Lower Ovens Regional Reserve. A forgotten place hidden among gnarled old stands of River Red Gums. It’s where the tiny Ovens river meets the Murray. There is a beautiful confusion of little bays and inlets. All very unkempt. There is a boat ramp and a few fire places. But it’s a quiet spot, not made for large groups or convoys of cars It’s just east of Yarrawonga and ideal for those who are happy with a maximum of nature and minimum of amenities. .
Have added a short clip of it in the video section of my site.
Happy Camping - Klaus and Rusty.
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