The most facilities of any holiday park on the absolute waterfront of Lake Mulwala
Linger at Lake Mulwala
Lake Mulwala is easily recognisable, with its ghostly red river gums spearing through beautiful waters. Discover the delights of this stunning water playground from Tasman Holiday Parks – Lake Mulwala. Amazing accommodation, great amenities, and plenty of activities to enjoy. What more could you ask for?
Look for us near the twin towns of Yarrawonga and Mulwala, north of the Murray River. Our peaceful haven has absolute lake frontage, and is situated in natural bushland adjacent to Kyffins Reserve.
Get active with swimming, water sports, fishing, boating. Venture out to explore the region’s history, food and wine, clubs and entertainment. Cruise on a paddle steamer. Go for a stroll through nature, take in a picturesque sunset, or simply relax by our pool. Take your pick.
Top facilities and spectacular surroundings
Comfort and style
Our holiday park is the perfect place to enjoy the outdoor lifestyle – with all the comforts of home! Our modern accommodation options are comfortable and stylish.
Ready to burn off some energy? Keep fit walking or jogging. Hit the tennis court or play one-on-one basketball. Hire a pedal cart to explore the park.
Relax and immerse yourself in nature. Walk through bushland or along the foreshore. Contemplate life as you go fishing, watch a breath-taking sunset, or read a book by the pool!
With stunning views of the Lake, spacious and modern designs, Lake Mulwala’s Villas are perfect holiday accommodation for couples, friends and the whole family.
Sit back, relax, and take in the lake foreshore from the comfort of your balcony. Our range of cabins are perfectly positioned around the park to make the most of the incredible views that surround you.
Camping & Sites
With 43 powered sites right in the centre of the park you are never far from the action – a short stroll to the waterfront and a couple of steps away from the amenities.
7 Reasons why the Murray River should be on your bucket list
The Murray River is rich in history, culture, life, and beauty. Extending 2,520 kilometres long, the Murray River is the third-longest navigable river in the world. There is something here for everyone both young and old.