The Murray Dairy Region is one of the largest dairying regions in Australia, straddling the Murray River from the Alps to Swan Hill.

It covers the Northern Irrigation and North-East regions of Victoria and the Riverina and Upper Murray regions of New South Wales.

The region has a total population in excess of 350,000 with eight major towns that have a population near 10,000 or greater.

The region is also serviced by the regional centres of Shepparton (pop. 30,000), Albury-Wodonga (pop. 72,000) and Bendigo (pop. 90,000 - approx. 1 hour to the south).

The large population base sees the region very well serviced with health and education facilities including universities and TAFE colleges.

 For more detailed information on the towns and services available in the region visit the following sites: