Albury We are living, We are evocities
Balranald Discover Balranald & Surrounds - where the wetlands meet the outback
Corowa (Federation Shire Council)
Jerilderie (Murrumbidgee Council)
Culcairn (Greater Hume Council) Simply greater living
Deniliquin (Edward River Council) Achievement through Action
Moama (Murray River Council)
The region consist of eight local government areas being Albury, Balranald, Berrigan, Corowa (Federation), Jerilderie (Murrumbidgee), (Culcairn) Greater Hume, Deniliquin (Edward River), Moama (Murray River) and Wentworth. Together these Councils incorporate the majority of the Victorian border. The major employers in the area are in the areas of health, agriculture, retail and education and technology and there is significant growth in a number of other important sectors.
The lifestyle in the Murray Region has seen increased investment to improve the overall amenity and ambience that the region offers. These characteristics have made the area a highly desirable place to live and work with various planned community and cultural facility infrastructure development including libraries, sports fields, community centres, schools, hospitals, recreation and incubator hubs. Infrastructure projects of these assets will contribute significantly to the quality of life of residents while also bringing visitors to the region.
The Murray Region is a favourite holiday and leisure destination with more then 1.1 million visitors each year who are looking to experience unique landscapes and scenery including the Murray River.