Tocumwal is a town in the southern Riverina region of New South Wales, Australia, right near the Victorian border. The town is situated on the banks of the Murray River which is why we visited it.

Tocumwal Town Beach Campground offers low cost camping right on the sandy banks of Murray River with basic facilities including toilets (BYO paper) and cold showers and potable water. A caretaker comes around each evening to collect the small $5pp fees. The site is reasonably flat and accessible to caravans, motorhomes, campers, and big rigs with area suitable for tents. It is a dusty ground which when we visited was a bit of a bother when the wind popped up or a inconsiderate driver drives past too fast.

Town Beach is less than 1km walking distance of the small shopping area. A small monthly Farmer's Market is held in the town park.

Whilst there we called our fellow motorhome friends, Wayne and Nini who live nearby to come and join us for morning tea. We introduced them to Gary and Joy who are traveling to the Painted Silos Trail with us.

Each evening we were entertained by the noisy Corellas. This video is not even a quarter of the show. Enjoy! 🍷


  1. Sounds like someplace even we would visit. Now how do we get our RV over the pond.
    Be Safe and Enjoy!

    It's about time.

  2. Anywhere on the banks of the Murray River is a great place to be.

    1. Yes, here are so many places all along the Murray River where one can get away from it all and free camp. We just love it!

  3. If going to Tocumwal, a must go place is Chrystie’s Museum. A walk down memory lane and vintage cars and caravans and other collectables it’ll keep you occupied for awhile.


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