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Swan Hill, NSW

So named because explorer Thomas Mitchell was kept awake here by swans and other wild fowl’ while surveying the area in 1836. Swan Hill is a river port town with a unique garden-like main street. The climate here is mild and sunny, which makes for perfect riverside activities such as picnics and walking. Take a tour through the town and discover such treasures as the Lake Boga Flying Boat Museum, the Pheasant Farm and the charmingly quirky Big Murray Cod – an old movie prop that signifies the abundant fishing available in the area.

Nearest Airport: Swan Hill

About Swan Hill

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Glasshouse Mountains