Welcome to Koondrook Caravan Park in the historic red gum
township of Koondrook. The park is situated on the junction of the Murray River and Gunbower Creek.
The park overlooks Gunbower Island red gum state forest which is the largest inland Island in the Southern Hemisphere with an abundance of fauna and flora. Koondrook shares the Murray with its twin town of Barham (New South Wales) Koondrook Caravan Park is centrally located and is a hop, skip and jump from the general store, local watering hole, post office, public swimming pool, boat ramp, and site of old wharf and goods shed. Koondrook is an Aboriginal word meaning "meeting of
the waters" as this is where the Gunbower Creek meets the Murray River. Located about 300km northwest of Melbourne on the
Victoria / NSW border, Koondrook is famous for its forest industry and for building paddle
steamers in the 1800's. More recently tourism has also become important with
the area offering many activities including fishing, canoeing,
cruising on the river or swamplands, bush walking, bird watching, golf, bowls and tennis.