Murray River, Australia
The Murray River in Australia is popularly regarded as the “Mighty Murray”. The water body also holds the prestigious position of being the 2nd largest river in the country. The beautiful brook has its source in the Australian Alps, and moves through the western sections of the highest mountain ranges in Australia.
It then streams southwards and empties at the mouth of Lake Alexandria.
As the waterway flows from the majestic mountains, the Murray River meanders down the valleys, forming the border between Victoria and New South Wales. Fed partly by snow and by rainwater to a certain extent, the river is unique in every aspect. The exclusivity of the Murray River reflects in the diversity of its rapids, with torrents of Class V and Class II making their presence felt at several sections of the river. Thus, the river has turned into a place for conducting invigorating whitewater rafting adventure! Experience the amazing thrill and incredible fun and enjoy your rafting expedition to the fullest as you gush along the turbulent waves of the mesmerizing Murray River. In your enlivening voyage, you will encounter several breathtaking rapids including “Shark Tooth”, “Guides Mistake” and “Easy Over”.
What’s more, for first-timers the river offers tranquil sections as well. Some sections in the upper portions of the watercourse are suited particularly for the novices. Here, the Murray River sports waters of Class II and III, giving scope to the beginners to paddle through the stunning water body. You can also spare a look at the splendid scenery surrounding the river. If you are lucky enough, you might even catch a glimpse of the platypus. In case you are not much fond of exhilarating water sports, you can plan for a joyous camping expedition as well. You can also opt for a brisk bushwalk in the afternoon and enjoy fishing or simply relax by the campfire!