Cohuna is situated adjacent to the Gunbower State Forest and National Parks, within the Murray wetlands of Northern Victoria. This internationally recognised wetland habitat is distinguished by swamps, billabongs, giant river red gums and box forests which are a sanctuary for colonies of kangaroos, possums, emus, goannas and snakes and more than 160 different bird species.
Wetlander cruises are a must do for visitors, enjoy breakfast with the birds, lunch or dinner or a relaxing meander up the creek. Prices start at $20 for a 1.5 hour cruise, for more information click on the Wetlander photo and visit their website.
Cohuna and the forest are networked by walking, riding and driving tracks, and have BBQ and picnic facilities. The town boasts a friendly country shopping centre and is a sporting hub with well established amenities and facilities, including an 18 hole golf course, two bowls clubs, and your choice of lawn or hard court tennis. Swimming and water skiing are also popular recreational pursuits.
Cohuna golf course ~ home of Stuart Appleby, offers a unique golfing experience players of all levels. The 72 par 18 hole course is set in a majestic River Red Gum forest which is home to a plethora of wild life.
With the beautiful local river systems all sorts of water sports are enjoyed by locals and visitors alike. Angling is a popular pastime, as is canoeing, water skiing and wakeboarding. Cohuna boasts a dedicated Ski run just a few K's out of town offering a lovely safe lawn area withpublic toilets and boat ramp.