Murrumbidgee River 2020-2022

Introduction

Between 1995 and 2008 I paddled the Murrumbidgee River in sections between Jugiong and the Murray River. You can read the detailed account of this journey here.

I have now again paddled much of the river and this is the description. Much of my earlier journey was undertaken during the Millenium Drought with low water levels. During 2020-2022 most of my journey was done at high water levels, about 3-5 metres higher than normal, meaning that most of the sandy beaches were underwater but also that I had no problems with snags.

A summarized account of my journey (Wagga to Hay and Maude to Balranald) is available in the NPA Bulletin, Vol. 59, No. 1, March 2022, pages 12-13

This description is broken up into sub-pages (click on the links below or on the three horizontal lines at the top left corner of this page):

Go here for links to my kayak trips (and those of others) on the rivers of the Murray-Darling Basin and for further information (sample pages, reviews etc) on the book Murray-Darling Journeys.

Alternatively

For a description of my trip on the Murray River see: Murray River Canoe Trip


For a description of my trip on the Darling River see: Darling River Canoe Trip


For a description of my trip on the lower Murray River (Wentworth to the Murray Mouth) in 2021 see: Lower Murray River Canoe Trip


For a description of my trip down the Barwon River see: Barwon River Canoe Trip


For my description of my trip on the Murrumbidgee River 1995-2008 see: Murrumbidgee River Canoe Trip


For my description of my trip on the Edward River see: Edward River Canoe Trip


For a description of my trip on the Goulburn River see: Goulburn River Canoe Trip


If you have any questions or comments please contact me on mcbremers@gmail.com

Mike Bremers