This 28,505 hectare park is located along the Murray River between Cobram and Echuca. Together with the adjoining Murray Valley National Park in New South Wales, it forms the world's largest river red gum forest. With its regular flooding events, the park is home to a variety of wildlife including a large population of waterbirds. Camping, swimming at sandy river bed beaches, canoeing, bushwalking and horse riding are popular activities in the park.
Located west of Cobram at Strathmerton, this 4 hectare display garden features thousands of cacti, a plant sales area and cafe.