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River country at its best

If you’re considering a tree or river change then you owe it to yourself and your family to explore what Moira Shire has to offer.

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Comprised of the towns of Cobram, Nathalia, Numurkah, Tungamah and Yarrawonga, resource-rich Moira Shire hugs the majestic Murray River and is itself embraced by a wonderful warm climate—as warm as the friendly people here.

Significant agriculture, retail, tourism and manufacturing sectors underpin a surging local economy and strong job market, with particular strength in dairy and food processing. And of course, there’s no end of family-friendly adventures to be had among the shire’s natural wonders.

Come and see what makes the jewel in the crown of Victoria’s foodbowl shine. Eventually, you'll ask yourself why you waited so long to visit Moira Shire.

If you'd like to find out more, get in touch with the Moira Shire Council.
03 5871 9222
Email (external link)
moira.vic.gov.au (external link)

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