Tuesday 4 June 2013

Three rivers, three night stay in Murray Valley National Park

Go fishing in the three rivers that make up Outback NSW's Murray Valley National Park: the picturesque Gulpa Creek, Edward and Murray rivers, and stay three nights for the price of two in a cabin at Gulpa Retreat Tourist Park.

The small and tranquil Gulpa Retreat Tourist Park is located on the edge of the Gulpa River in Mathoura, offering a peaceful spot for anglers to try their hand at snagging a fish or two.  Forming part of the 3750km-long combined Murray-Darling river system, the mighty Murray River is home to a variety of unique river life, while the Edward River flows north through the river red gum forest and is home to Murray cod and golden and silver perch.

The cabin is a two-bedroom cottage style accommodation with bush and river views, and features a fully equipped kitchen, large covered decking area, electric blankets, barbeque facilities and a range of indoor entertainment options including a TV, Wii gaming console, DVD player and board games. Linen and towels are supplied.

Presented by Gulpa Retreat Tourist Park and NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service, the stay three nights for the price of two deal is available for stays until October 31, 2013 and is priced at $230 for three nights for up to five adults. Bookings essential. For more information and bookings, visit


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