A bushland paradise on the banks of the Murray River.
The best of nature and luxury at Moama.
Looking for an awesome holiday adventure? Moama on the Murray offers enticing options for everyone. Situated at Echuca Moama on Australia’s longest river, we’re just two and a half hours from Melbourne. The holiday park sits on 34 hectares of bushland, on the traditional land of the Yorta Yorta people. Walking and cycling trails meander through surrounding national park.
At Moama on the Murray, life revolves around the river. With an amazing 2.5 kilometres of river frontage, swimming, canoeing, paddle boarding, waterskiing and fishing are popular past-times.
Relax in an attractive self-contained villa at Moama on the Murray.
Relax in serene bushland, right on the banks of the Murray, with all the modern comforts of home. We offer one, two and three bedroom villas.
Accommodating up to four, Banksia Unit is in a central resort location and features a balcony overlooking with lake with a personal BBQ.
Our luxury 3 bedroom Villas are stilted to offer a magnificent view of the surrounding bushland
The Tasman Holiday Parks promise.
What to do in Echuca Moama: 3-day Itinerary
Wondering what to do in Echuca Moama? Here are the must-do activities for your mid-week or long weekend stay.
Read about the best things to do in Echuca Moama.
What to expect at Tasman Holiday Parks – Moama on the Murray.
Enjoy a slice of paradise in our solar-heated lagoon or billabong pool. Beautiful clear waters, lush landscaping, comfy lounge chairs and shade sails. The perfect relaxing haven!
We’re set up to help you make the most of your time along the Murray River. Hire a boat to spend a day on the water. Afterwards, head to our boat wash area to clean up. Stretch out your legs with a bush walk around the property.
Our four event spaces have scenic views of the lake, red gums or the mighty Murray. Need an intimate venue? Our restored 1920s train carriage is ideal.
This is the place kids want to take their parents. With a ninja course, pump track, mini golf, pedal cars, Squiggles playhouse… the list goes on and on! What will your little adventurers choose first?