41st V6 District Convention - Host Club COHUNA
V6 District Convention 19th - 21st October 2018
Cohuna - a great little spot near the Murray
Cohuna is situated on the Murray Valley Highway between Echuca Moamaand Kerang, is a bustling township with a strong commercial centre. The picturesque main street is situated opposite the Gunbower Creek (which forms Gunbower Island) providing an ideal spot for a relaxed lunch in the park.
Cohuna's modern shopping centre has a diverse range of shops, cafes and restaurants, Historical Centre with archives, a Museum, and an Information Shelter. Cohuna is an ideal base from which to explore the Gunbower Island State Forest and is a popular destination for bird watchers, especially during the spring nesting season.
Cohuna caters for the canoeist, camper, fishers, bushwalker, birdwatcher or water-skier with a well-maintained ski run on the Gunbower Creek close to town.
The Major Mitchell Trail extends along the Gunbower Creek to Mt Hope. Mt Hope provides glorious views of the district and a range of wild flowers. Located near Mt Hope is Kow Swamp (another bird sanctuary), and Box Bridge, a popular spot for the keen fisherman.
For more information about accommodation and activities to make your visit more enjoyable, contact:
90 King George Street Cohuna, Victoria 3568
Phone: (03) 5456 2047
Cohuna has two older style motels, Cohuna Motor Inn & Cohuna Hotel Motel, there is also a number of private holiday accommodation as well as the cabins, caravan and camping sites at the Cohuna Waterfront Holiday Park. Some of the accommodation options would suite groups, such as Maudie Bells, Senic Accommodation, Gunbower Cottage, along with many more. Check out other accommodation available via - www.stayz.com.au/
Cohuna Waterfront Holiday Park is situated on the banks of Gunbower Creek, an anabranch of the Murray River, in Victoria’s North East.
The park offers a range of accommodation from spacious Two and Three Bedroom Waterfront Cabins along the waters edge, to the more affordable One Bedroom Ensuite Cabins overlooking the park.
Caravanning and camping, guests can enjoy spacious powered and unpowered sites with the comforts of life nearby. Take advantage of the jumping pillow, swimming pool and playground, or the tennis and basketball courts within the park. Fish from the banks of the creek, or meander through the waterways by kayak.
Head out of the park for a round of golf, to whip down the waterslide, or to breathe in the fresh air on several mapped walking tracks around the Cohuna township. Surrounded on three sides by the creek, and edged by the Gunbower State Forest, the park is an ideal base for a leisurely, or an action filled holiday.