NUMBER OF CAMPSITES: 3
THE VIBE: 6
Located on the banks of the Murray river on the Victorian border, Gunbower Island is located just five minutes from the town of Koondrook. Gunbower Island offers all the benefits of a camping ground on the banks of the Murray, including swimming, fishing and boating. The area offers a large number of camping sites on the island.
The Gunbower Island camping ground is located on the north side of the island. The road into the camping ground is a gravel road and should only be accessed by a two wheel drive during the dryer months as the track can get wet at times.
The campground offers around three individual campsites. All the campsites are very similar and there is no individual site that is more appealing than any other. The beauty of the island is that there are a number of these small campgrounds scattered throughout.
Given the location of the Gunbower Island campground, it offers numerous activities. Activities available for
campers include fishing and swimming in the Murray river, and all other water based activities. The access to the Murray is not ideal for watercrafts, however these vehicles can be launched at Koondrook.
Best Time To Go
Given the campground is located on the banks of the Murray river, it is recommended that the campground is visited during the warmer months. The campground is not subject to flooding given its elevation in relation to the water level.