A canoe or kayak trip down the Edward River enables you to enjoy the true beauty of this unique river system and the surrounding River Red Gum forests. The Edward River offers a relaxing and peaceful experience for visitors as it winds its way from the Murray River at Picnic Point through magnificent red gum forests and grasslands on its way back to the Murray near Kyalite in south western NSW.
The slower pace of activity on the river makes canoeing and kayaking a breeze, and provides for a quieter environment than the nearby Murray. You will love the serene beaches and swimming spots as you while away the hours and take in the beautiful natural surrounds of the National and Regional Parks along the way.
Locally, you can try the canoe trail from McKenzie Reserve to Moulamein Reserve, or From Moulamein Reserve to Moolpa Reserve. Find out more information in the Edward River Cane Trail brochure here.