Once upon a time … about 40 million years ago, a valley was formed as a result of geophysical uplifting along the Australian east coast. Water started to flow from the Snowy Mountains along this valley and Australia’s mighty River Murray was born. Fed by inflows from major rivers the Darling and Murrumbidgee, and other smaller rivers and creeks, the Murray River has carved it’s path over millennia through the landscape and changed course many times as it meanders through some 2,500 kilometres to end its’ journey in the Southern Ocean near the old river port town of Goolwa.

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