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Mulwala means "big lagoon", its twin town of Yarrawonga emerged in the 1850s, thanks to prospectors heading from NSW to the Victorian goldfields. By the 1890s, Mulwalla-Yarrawonga was an important border crossing point. Lake Mulwala was created in the late 1930s when the Murray was dammed at the Yarrawonga Weir as part of the Murray-Darling Irrigation Scheme.

Lake Mulwala is more than 20 kilometres long and the perfect venue for all sorts of water activities, including fishing and water-skiing.

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