Middle Beach is a sandy Murrumbidgee River beach. It’s an easy place to spend a few hours and a wonderful spot to return to each day from your nearby bush campsite in the surrounding river red gum forest.
Launch a kayak or canoe from the beach and explore this iconic Australian waterway. Laze on the beach in the sun or shade and have a swim between chapters of that book you’ve been meaning to read for so long. Keen birdwatchers should keep binoculars handy to get a closer look at olive-backed oriole, corellas and yellow rosellas.
Spend the day fishing and you may catch trout or yellowbelly. If you happen to catch a Murray cod on the end of your line, be sure to release it – populations of this iconic fish are in decline. A forest trail also leads to the waterfront further downstream to more secluded fishing and camping spots.
Or, if you want to launch a boat, there’s a ramp upstream at Euroley Bridge.