Quinns Island Wetland Sanctuary and Day Visitor Area

Historical Sites and Heritage Locations

Quinns Island in Cobram Regional Park truly is a waterbird haven. A 40-hectare island formed by a bend in the Murray River has been cut off by a small anabranch creek called Scott’s Creek.

Pedestrian access to the island is via a bridge off River Road. The island has two kilometres of defined walking trails, a large bird hide and beaches. A number of Aboriginal artefacts such as scar trees, flint tools and middens, have been found on the island.

Walking Track 3.2 kilometres. Warnings and restrictions apply. Please see the Parks Victoria website for information.


Carpark Family Friendly Lookouts Pet Friendly Picnic Area

Disabled Assistance

Disabled access available


Free Entry

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