Drive Murray Loop to secret Flying Boat base in remarkable wartime world
Catalina A24-30 on show at
Lake Boga museum.
Discover and Enjoy Swan Hill, Mildura, Mungo, Echuca and Bendigo on the Murray Loop.
Route – From Melbourne on the Calder and the Alternative A790 to Marong, Bridgewater and Serpentine via Kerang, Lake Boga to Swan Hill (374km) about 4 hours.
Then travel from Swan Hill to Robinvale, Buronga and Mildura. (217km) about 3 hours. Visit Lake Mungo via the Arumpo Road (110km) from Mildura as a day trip.
Return to Melbourne via the Murray Valley Highway to Echuca, (374km) to Bendigo on the Northern, Midland and McIvor Highways (92km) and back to Melbourne on the Calder (152km).
Total Distance – 1319km
Recreational Vehicles (RV’s) on the Murray Valley Highway route between Kerang and Swan Hill find Lake Boga a peaceful place to stop. The Lake Boga Flying Boat Museum , about 16km from Swan Hill, pays tribute to a vital secret part of the Allied defenses during World War 11. The Museum is a Lake Boga Lions Club project and is a memorial to those who worked on and with the Flying Boats during World War II and particularly commemorates the contribution made by service men and women stationed at the No. 1 Flying Boat Repair Depot, Lake Boga, Victoria.
Flashback Catalina Flying Boat A24-30 in Aug 2005
The Lions Club, after many hundreds of volunteer hours, rebuilt the aircraft, A24-30, which is on display and has re-constructed the adjacent Communications Bunker using original plans and photographs, to resemble its wartime state.
The Lions Club of Lake Boga runs the Museum, now housed in a modern hangar which was officially opened on April 21, 2012, overlooking the shores of Lake Boga in Willakool Drive. They employ staff and volunteers as guides and the museum is open seven days a week between 9.30am and 4pm (except Christmas day and Good Friday).
The musem marks a desperate time in Australia's recent history.
After a Japanese attack on Broome, WA, on March 3, 1942 destroyed 16 Allied Flying Boats the Government chose Lake Boga as a safe inland haven for Flying Boats engaged in the Allied defense of the South Pacific.
Broome was used as the Australian end of an air shuttle service from Java which ferried evacuees to Broome in Dutch, American and Australian military and civil aircraft, including Flying Boats of Qantas Empire Airways.
The Broome attack lasted about 20 minutes, in that short time a total of 25 Allied aircraft were destroyed and dozens of people were killed or wounded. Many victims were Dutch women and children who were packed into flying boats on the harbour either waiting to be unloaded and ferried ashore or waiting to depart for the southern states.
Underground communications bunker.
Many of the Dutch women and children died trapped in the Flying Boats. Others were incinerated, drowned or taken by sharks as they attempted to swim ashore.
Another 30 crew and passengers, mostly military personnel, were lost when an American Liberator bomber was shot down shortly after taking off. How many people died in the raid, and who they were, will never be known.
The first RAAF personnel arrived at Lake Boga on June 28, 1942 and the first Catalina Flying Boat touched down on the lake with stores and equipment for the booming base on July 12, that year.
For its time the Catalina was a long-range aircraft, its graceful hull and huge wing span propelled by two 1200hp, 14 cylinder, Pratt and Whitney engines.
At its peak the secret Lake Boga home of the No.1 Flying Boat Repair and Service Depot was staffed by 39 Officers, 802 Airmen and 102 WAAF’s. From 1942 to its close down in 1947 wartime personnel kept Catalina, Dornier, Sikorsky Kingfisher, Sunderland, Walrus and Martin Mariner aircraft in fighting trim.
In more than five years of wartime life more than 1050 aircraft came and went without mishap. There were 800 test flights plus some unofficial aerobatics so the Lake Boga safety record is remarkable. In all 416 aircraft were serviced, repaired, restored, rebuilt or overhauled.
The first Catalina to be serviced at Lake Boga was A24-17. Crewed by four on marathon assaults on the Japanese the Catalina’s range allowed attacks on enemy shipping to New Guinea and beyond. Squadrons 11 and 20 flew the aircraft relentlessly on reconnaissance and attacks on enemy shipping.
In addition to RAAF aircraft the repair base catered to US and Netherlands fliers.
For night work the Catalina’s were painted black and these hard to spot warriors became know as the 'Black Cats'.
The museum's restored underground Communications Bunker is a real education. The 20 minute film in the museum's theatrette is essential to get a feeling for the key role this secret base played in defending Australia.
Then take the time to get down to the detail, read pay slips. Scan the pictures, articles and pieces of a world wartime world. See how these young fliers stretched their luck on marathon flights by lighting up the interactive map of the Pacific region.
The Flying Boat Museum is a Lions Club of Lake Boga project. It is open from 9.30am to 4pm daily. (It is not open on Christmas Day). Phone 03 5037 2850. Lake Boga Caravan Park is close to the Flying Boat Museum and is just off the Murray Valley Highway about 12 minutes drive from Swan Hill.
GoSeeAustralia suggests some things to do around Lake Boga:
Swimming, fishing, boating, water skiing, Jet skiing, sailing, barbecues, picnicking, camping, caravan park; and see: The Planetarium & Observatory 136 Murray Valley Hwy., Lake Boga Phone: 0400123962, Bogartz Glass Studio 136 Murray Valley Hwy., Lake Boga Phone: 0400123962, Swan Hill Pioneer Settlement Monash Drv., Swan Hill Phone: 61 3 5032 1096,
Bests St Andrews" Winery 143 Winery Rd., Lake Boga Phone: 61 350372154, Lawn Bowling Club Jacaranda Cres., Lake Boga Phone: 61 350372301.
Unique Saunderson tractor Pioneer Settlement Swan Hill.
The Saunderson Type A tractor at the Pioneer Settlement, Swan Hill is not the kind of thing most people identify as a ‘World Heritage’ treasure.
But that is just what the green and red three-wheeled 'Agricultural Motor' is among tractors. There are only two in the world and the Swan Hill Saunderson is the only one in going condition.
The other is at the Western Development Museum in Saskatoon, Canada.
The Pioneer Settlements master restorer, Newton Williams, (left) says the Saunderson is the jewel in Swan Hill’s collection of vintage tractors.
The Pioneer Settlement Museum, Swan Hill it is an 'Original'. It was the 'pioneering' Pioneer Settlement in Australia and its Sound and Light Tour set the pace. A ride in the specially built transporter into the Murray dusk each evening is a Time Machine to the world of 150 years ago.
It covers the time and pace of Australia’s growth from the thunder of the hooves of a Cobb and Co coach team to the hiss and puff of the steam locomotives which brought rapid transport to the Murray and Mallee regions.
The museum at Horseshoe Bend has a collection which remembers the Mallee-Murray adventure from the1830’s to the 1930’s.
The resident Clydesdale wagon rides are high on the visitors’ popularity pole.
The gentle giant Clydesdales are part of rides throughout the day which are included in the admission. In addition to the clip clop progress through the pioneer settlement a 1923 Dodge car putters about with museum goers aboard.
Another uniquely Swan Hill experience is the Stereoscopic Theatre. It is one of two which have survived and is the grandfather and mother of the birth of movie entertainment. Built in Germany in 1895, the 'Kaiser' Stereoscopic Panorama Theatre is one of only three or four in the world.
It seats 25 and has some 50 three dimensional slides viewed through eyepieces. They show the world as it was at the end of the nineteenth century giving a virtual 'Grand Tour'.
The Pioneer Settlement has over 50 original and replica heritage buildings which form a small town with a number of pioneer homesteads on the outskirts.
The Pioneer Settlement Museum, Swan Hill is open seven days 9am to 4pm (Close Christmas and Boxing Day). The Sound and Light Tour starts at dusk every night. Bookings are essential.
In winter displays can be weather affected, check with reception 03.5036 2410 or 1800 981 911.
After 118 years the paddle steamer Pyap is still whistling along the Murray as she cruises from her wharf at Horseshoe Bend. Her working river career was as a trading boat, with a store and special drapery section. Pyap was built in Mannum, SA, in 1896. Pyap River cruises depart daily at 2:30pm. On weekends, public holidays and Victorian school holidays river cruises depart at 10:30am and 2:30pm..
One of the great National Parks of New South Wales is at Willandra Lakes and can be reached via the Arumpo Road from Mildura (Vic.) or Wentworth (NSW). The Arumpo Road is rutted, sandy and rough and does not suit standard caravans. So Mildura caravan parks make an excellent base camp to leave the caravan.
NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service says inside the park you can camp (BYO firewood) at Main Camp. There are good basic facilities, including an amenities block, barbecues and picnic tables.(33 flat gravel sites) which is close to many features, and at the more remote Belah Camp on the Mungo Track. There are 12 sites at Belah plus picnic tables and non-flush toilets. Contact: Buronga, Phone: 03 5021 8900. Unsealed road access is dry weather only. A $7 day parks pass is required for Mungo. Camp fees are $5 per night adult $3 per child.
There are four different levels of annual parks pass. An All-Parks pass costs $190 a year or $335 for two years. Restrictions apply at the Chowder Bay Precinct of Sydney Harbour National Park. Senior Card holders are entitled to a discount of about 20percent on the full price of an annual pass for a vehicle registered in their name.
Pensioner Concession Card holders and EDA, Intermediate and Special Rate (blinded, TPI and TTI) pensioners are entitled to free entry into all NSW national parks and reserves.
Remains, which have been discovered at lonely Lake Mungo, identify a human culture more than 40,000 years old.
Lake Mungo is one the most important archaeological sites in the world.
In Mungo National Park, the first park to be World Heritage listed in Australia, archaeologists have dug up human skeletons and artifacts which show a continuous record of human occupation for more than 40,000 years.
As well they have found evidence of a variety of animals extinct on the Australian mainland. They include Tasmanian Devils and Tasmanian Tigers that wandered across the tropical landscape alongside giant kangaroos, giant emus, and even giant hairy nosed wombats.
Images of the mega fauna are on show at the National Parks & Wildlife Service centre at Mungo. The famous Mungo Woolshed is also a must see. Mungo National Park also features the ‘The Walls of China’, a dramatic formation naturally carved by the erosion of the white sand dunes near Lake Mungo.
The Echuca, Swan Hill, Mildura, Wentworth stretch of the Murray has more sunshine hours per year than the Gold Coast.
Mungo is the 'birthplace' of human culture in Australia; with a skyscape the stretches forever above the strangely beautiful profiles of the sandy sculpture of the Walls of China.
This was once a lush and tropical lake. Aboriginal camps and fires from 40,000 years ago can be found, complete with middens that still show mussel shells and the bones of fish from ancient tribal feasts.
As it was Swan Hill Pioneer Settlement.
About 40km northeast of Echuca-Moama is the Barmah Red Gum Forest where the wildlife includes 230 species of birds.
The Barmah - Millewa Forest is the biggest stand of river red gum on earth and covers an area from Barmah through to Tocumwal.
It is a wetland area of great significance and protected under the Ramsar Convention.
A cruise through the 'Barmah Choke' (water levels permitting) and around the Barmah Lake is a wonderful experience.
There are 180 indigenous sites and hundreds of species of animals, birds and plants in the wetlands.
Early morning is the time to see the wetlands at their busiest. There are walking tracks on Ulupna Island near Strathmerton.
Red gum on show-
There are fascinating red gum showrooms at Barham - Koondrook that show the historic importance of the red gum timber and furniture industry to the area.
Arbuthnot Sawmill at Koondrook was sawing red gum in the 1880’s and local furniture makers are exceptional craftsmen in the warm red timber.
Part of the Loddon River floodplain, the Kerang Wetlands support hundreds of species of water birds including the ibis, which can be viewed from a specially designed hide at the ibis rookery. Other active oases include Gunbower Island; Gannawarra Wetlands; Lake Charm and Kangaroo Lake.
Once a month at dawn, the tiny town of Murrabit, near Kerang, comes to life with one of Australia’s largest country fresh food markets. The Murrabit Country Market, which started in 1997, attracts more than 300 stallholders, most selling homemade delicacies made from regional produce.
From Bendigo the Calder Highway traverses fine arts, a golden past, sweeping pastures, the state’s biggest salt lake, magic Hattah Kulkyne and Murray Sunset National Parks. The sudden green of grapevines at Red Cliffs underlines the miracle of Murray irrigation.
The 'River Road' the Murray Valley Highway heads west along it namesake from Echuca-Moama.
Echuca remains a busy inland port with the biggest collection of paddle steamers in Australia.
The pride of the Murray, the three-decked paddle steamer Gem, is now at Swan Hill Pioneer Settlement. The steamer was a 'gem' for her pampered passengers but her wandering ways were a worry for her helmsmen as her high profile readily caught crosswinds and 'needed watching'.
Her sister the 107 year-old, Ruby has been restored and returned to the river at Wentworth, NSW.
The Ruby was built at Morgan in 1907. She is one of three sister ships. The third is the Marion based at Mannum, SA. The 117 year old Marion was built in 1897 and now cruises from Mannum South Australia. She is moored at Arnold Park wharf in Mannum which claims the title of the birthplace of Australian paddlesteamers in 1853.
Popular transport at Pioneer Settlement Swan Hill.
There are many river access points from the Murray Valley Highway at places like Tooleybuc and Boundary Bend.
About 42km North West of Swan Hill, tiny Tooleybuc, NSW, is authentic riverland with magnificent red gums on a shining sweep of river. Tooleybuc, like Boundary Bend, Vic, is famous for its fishing.
Camping, bushwalking, fishing, swimming, boating and picnics are popular along the river. Further west is Robinvale, set among grapevines.
The Murray Valley route joins the Sturt Highway at Robinvale and leads to Buronga, NSW, and Mildura Vic. via the bridge over the Murray.
The Murray connection continues on through Mildura to Renmark in SA to Adelaide or go through Wentworth, NSW, through Burra and the Clare Valley wine region to the SA Capital.
From Wentworth at the junction of the Murray-Darling river system the Silver City Highway leads to the Outback and the legendary mining city, Broken Hill.
GoSeeAustralia supporting parks include:
Swan Hill Holiday Park - Friendly service from the Dowell family at their picturesque quiet park. Shady spacious grassed caravan sites or an ensuite cabin will ensure a relaxing holiday or an enjoyable overnight stay.
Desert City Holiday Park is located opposite the Mildura Plaza Shopping Centre (Woolworths, Target and 40 specialty stores) Burger King, and the Gateway Tavern. The award winning Hudak's Bakery is also close by. Desert City Holiday Park offers quality accommodation, friendly service, entertainment, facilities, services, and value.
Apex RiverBeach Holiday Park is set among the gum trees on the banks of the Murray River, it has Mildura's most popular swimming beach on one side, and the state forest on the other.
The relaxed setting is an ideal location to kick back in. Whether you are into water sports or bush walking, like to stay in luxury villa, a caravan, a bus or a tent the Holiday Park can fill the bill.
Activities to enjoy include: Birdwatching, bushwalking, cycling, swimming, photography etc, or just relax and rejuvenate.
BIG4 Mildura Crossroads Holiday Park offers excellent facilities for the whole family, including wireless internet access and weekly Happy Hour. The well established park is close to Mildura town centre. Accommodation options include a full range of custom built Ensuite Accommodation featuring 2 brm deluxe villa units, some with disabled access, together with well grassed, shady Powered Sites, plus spacious, accessible drive-through and Ensuite sites.
All Seasons Holiday Park & Retreat is a family run park catering for tourists, travellers and retirees. The park is close to the Gateway Tavern and the Centro Shopping Centre (open seven days) and 4km to the centre of town and the Murray River. Accommodation options range from luxurious Spa Executive Units to comfortable Ensuite Park Cabins to more than 30 shady ensuite and powered sites, many drive-through and set back from the road.
Rivergardens Tourist Park has absolute Murray River frontage. Accommodation suits all styles and budgets, ranging from riverside camping sites to Deluxe River cabins. Both ensuite and powered sites are available on the river. The peaceful setting is amidst citrus trees and vines. Boat ramps, water skiing, golf courses. Rivergardens Top Tourist Park is within walking distance to the township of Gol Gol, which has a beautiful hotel, shops, post office, mechanics and a garden and gift centre. It is only a five minute drive to the heart of Mildura.
Echuca Holiday Park. In the heart of town, situated along the banks of the Murray River, adjacent to the historic Port of Echuca, provides a quiet natural setting within walking distance of the city centre. Sealed roads, security boom gate, and shady drive through sites, large lawn tent sites, camper’s kitchen and solar heated swimming pool.
Merool on the Murray is a completely self-contained Private Holiday Park/Resort situated on 68 acres of freehold land with over two kilometres of absolute Murray River frontage, opposite Victoria Park Scenic Reserve. The park never feels crowded, yet is only minutes from Echuca-Moama, wineries, restaurants, licensed clubs, and the historic Port of Echuca. Holiday accommodation is available in luxury Pioneer themed two bedroom cottages and one bedroom Studio units, all with their own private balcony overlooking the river, or there are two bedroom Inland Cabins.
Gunbower Caravan Park is set in two acres of grassed and well treed land on the banks of Gunbower Island. Accommodation options include comfortable Ensuite or Standard cabins, together with spacious Caravan and Camping sites. Gunbower Caravan Park is situated between Echuca (just a 30 minute drive) and Swan Hill in Victoria, 220km north of Melbourne.
Gunbower is best known as the gateway to Australia's biggest inland island which is more than 50 km long. There are many great places to fish around Gunbower.
Murray River Holiday Park is in the NSW country town of Moama and about 2.5 hours drive from Melbourne It is a small but inviting park, where the people who own the business run the business. Accommodation options include modern cabins or bring your own caravan. There are one or two bedroom deluxe cabin or two bedroom budget cabins with en suites and all bedding included. The park is100 metres (walking distance) from the Bowling Club, V/Line bus terminal, shopping centre, restaurants, hotels or a five minute walk to the Murray River.
River Bend Caravan Park situated in the state forest just east of Echuca, offers 34 acres of total relaxation and serenity. The park has a choice of comfortable, affordable accommodation, suitable for singles, couples or families, from two bedroom cabins to large caravan and camping sites. The family tourist park has the facilities to accommodate large caravans, motor homes, 5th Wheelers and buses. The ‘Grand Finale’ to a relaxed day could be a barbecue on Goulburn River frontage.
Koondrook Caravan Park is situated on the banks of the Murray River and Gunbower Creek. Accommodation includes Ensuite cabins, Ensuite powered sites together with Powered and Unpowered sites. The park overlooks Gunbower Island red gum state forest with an abundance of fauna and flora. Koondrook shares the Murray with its twin town of Barham (New South Wales). Koondrook is about 300km northwest of Melbourne on the Victoria / NSW border.
Murray River Caravan Park and General Store (Boundary Bend) is a quiet, friendly park located right near the Murray River, where visitors can enjoy fishing, boating and other watersports. Boundary Bend is about 50km east along the Murray Valley Highway from Toolebuc and the twin towns of Robinvale in Victoria and Euston in New South Wales, about 90 km north of Swan Hill. It is near the junction of the Murray River and Murrumbidgee River. Accommodation options include comfortable Ensuite cabins, Standard cabins and a Bunkhouse, together with spacious Powered and Unpowered sites. The park excellent facilities include an onsite General store, Fuel and Cafe.
Murray River Hideaway Holiday Park (Strathmerton) two and a half hours drive from Melbourne
is on the eastern fringes of the Barmah State Park. Accommodation includes spacious self contained cabins and large On site vans. Camp sites are well-grassed and spacious. Each site is exceptionally large to cater for camping and leisure equipment, including boats and trailers. All the sites are convenient to the amenities, pool, barbecue, tennis court and general store. There are a limited number of powered sites.
Numurkah Caravan Park, a Business Excellence award winner, is a beautiful park right on the banks of the Broken Creek. Numurkah is between Shepparton (30km) and the Murray River, some 230 km north of Melbourne. accommodation options include Cabins, On Site Vans, Ensuite Power Sites, and spacious Powered and Unpowered sites for caravanners and campers.
A five minute walk takes visitors to the shops, pubs, swimming pools, gym, golf and bowls clubs.
The park offers an affordable retreat in a central destination from which to experience and explore all the Murray Region has to offer.
Robinvale Riverside Caravan Park is on the banks of the Murray River just upstream from Lock 15. The river is wide, making this a perfect boating spot for water skiing and fishing. Visitors can camp right on the riverbank. Accommodation includes a range of comfortable cabins, and shady Powered and Unpowered Sites. Drive Through and Big Rig sites are available. The park is an ideal boating spot, fishing or water skiing basecamp.
BIG4 Deniliquin Holiday Park is on the Edward River, three hours from Melbourne, and about 45 minutes drive from Echuca and the historic Port Precinct. The park is ideal for swimming, water skiing and fishing, with boat launching facilities and a brand new resort pool with water splash park and a jumping pillow. They also offer an international standard slalom course which caters for all levels of water skiing and wakeboarding. Accommodation includes Deluxe four star cabins, Fully self contained four star holiday cabins, Powered sites, Unpowered camping sites.
Deniliquin Riverside Caravan Park on the Edward River caters for anglers, nature and sports lovers, families and travellers. . Deniliquin is about 45 minute drive from Echuca-Moama. The park is set on 12 acres of river-fronted bushland minutes from the CBD. Accommodation options include Motel Style Cabins (sleep 3), ranging up to Two Bedroom Deluxe Cabins (sleep 8). They are all fully ensuited and have cooking facilities. All cabins come with bedding and linen supplied.
For caravanners and campers there are shaded, grassed powered sites with water, sullage and TV aerial outlets to all sites. The park has Deniliquin's only absolute river fronted powered sites. Grassy unpowered camp sites and bush camping is available by the river
Pioneer Tourist Park reception is in the fully restored Imperial Hotel with the Steam Pump Museum, Coffee shop and Nursery adjoining next door. The small, quiet friendly park with all the facilities for an enjoyable stay is situated just 4km from the town centre. Accommodation includes
Ensuite 2 bedroom cabins include complimentary coffee/tea, air conditioning and heating, all cooking facilities and microwave. Linen is supplied to main bed. External ensuite cabin which sleeps four. Motel room sleeps two. All caravan and camping sites are shaded and drive through.
The large grassed areas and bush walks along the billabong are unique. There is lots of visible wildlife, and Pioneer Tourist Park is known as a birdwatchers paradise!
Ibis Caravan Park Kerang offers flat rate prices all year. Powered sites are $25, Unpowered sites $17. Ensuite cabins are $65 to $75 and Standard cabins (no ensuite) are $55. The caravan park offers discounts to CMCA members. There are big shady campsites, some are drive through.
The Ibis rookery at Middle Lake is a great attraction, and Ibis Caravan Park Park has abundant birdlife of all kinds, ideal for birdwatchers
Ibis Caravan Park is located on the main highway from Melbourne to Mildura. The NSW town of Barham on the banks of the Murray is just 20 minutes away, with the Barham Club offering inexpensive meals, entertainment and Pokies. The park has a Pet Friendly policy.There is plenty of room for dogs to be exercised. Disabled facilities are available. Contact the park for exact facilities available.
Barham Lakes Caravan Park has riverfront views three hours from Melbourne. An unpowered campsite is $22 to $30. Powered sites range from $27 to $37. Ensuite Powered Sites from $32 to $42. Some sites are drive through. Ensuite cabins range from $72 to $100. The caravan park has a Pet Friendly policy. Most of the cabins have riverfront views. Barham Lakes Caravan Park is 1.5km from Barham CBD shops and services. This peaceful park, set in the bush, is next to parkland and lakes. There are free gas barbecues and a camp kitchen, recreation room, playground and.pool. There are walking and bike tracks, fishing in the river or the Barham Lakes Complex located next door. Golf, bowls and tennis are also well catered for in Barham.
Lake Boga Caravan Park 12 minutes drive (15km) from Swan Hill offers attractive campsite prices. An Unpowered campsite is $22-$25. Powered site $25-$28. The park can handle Big Rigs to 12m. Next to the unique Lake Boga Flying Boat Museum the caravan park which has ensuite cabins available overlooks a lake which is ideal for water sports. Facilities include spotless amenities with disabled access, barbecue area, camp kitchen, and a new kiosk which serves great coffee, pies and pasties. A tennis court, playground and skate park is available nearby. Disabled facilities are available. Please contact the park for exact details. Lake Boga Caravan Park has its own boat ramp. Please see Things to Do Around Lake Boga in this feature.
Editors Note: GoSee thanks the Lake Boga Flying Boat Museum for assistance with pictures.
For more information
contact: Garth Morrison
Editor Go See Australia and Go See New Zealand Directory
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