The local mountains protect you from harsh winds and the high snow peaks offering alpine like conditions cooling through-out the winter months.
Situated on the Murray Valley Highway, Red Gum Rise is on the edge of the Cudgewa Village, 12 kilometers west of Corryong, 120 Kilometres from Albury/Wodonga and midway between Sydney and Melbourne.
Corryong is close to the Burrowa-Pine Mountain National Park and the massive Alpine National Park.
COMMUNITY & LIFESTYLE
The Upper Murray swings well above its weight from a strong health system to the local groups and sporting clubs, the sense of community is shining brightly.
The home of the famous Bush Festival and resting place of the rural legendary Man from Snowy River. Red Gum rise is great location being a springboard for sports and adventures. Take a challenging 4WD adventure through remote Alpine landscapes or do a spot of fishing at the famous Nariel Creek at Corryong. Or follow a country club in the Upper Murray Football League, an Australian Rules Football competition which began in 1893
Corryong is also home to well-equipped Heath care facility Hospital and Nursing Home.
From growing or raising what you want, when you want, your future will be in your hands being fully self-sufficient or to venturing into the mountains to catch fish and explore the high country. It's all at your doorstep.