The Yenbena Barmah Community Market will have activities for all ages, face painting, show bags, music and food.
Featuring arts and crafts, haberdashery, bric a brac, pottery, man cave items, vegetables, Rawleighs products, Emu oil and much much more....
Barmah National Park, together with the adjoining Millewa forest in New South Wales, forms the largest River Red Gum forest in the world. The complex ecology of the forest is closely linked to the Murray River and its flooding regime, creating a diverse natural habitat for a variety of wildlife, particularly waterbirds.
Barmah is a great spot for camping. Days can be easily filled with fishing, horse riding, bushwalking, swimming and canoeing.
How to get there
Barmah National Park lies along the Murray River between the towns of Barmah and Strathmerton, about 225km north of Melbourne. Access to the 12 major entrance gates is available from the Moira Lakes Road, Barmah-Picola Road, and the Murray Valley Highway.
Before you go
Conditions can change in parks for many reasons. For the latest information on changes to local conditions, please visit the relevant park page on the Parks Victoria website.
Be bushfire ready in the great outdoors. Refer to the Bushfire Safety section on the Parks Victoria website for tips on how to stay safe....
Yenbena Indigenous Training Centre is Indigenous owned and operated. Yenbena is a community centre that provides Cultural Interpretation to school groups, caravanners, locals and visitors to the area.
If you would like to know more about Aboriginal Culture and the Yorta Yorta people, the centre has Aboriginal artefacts on display. Fresh vegetables are grown from the community garden that can be purchased at the centre and tea and coffee or cateringis available for visiting groups.
Yenbena Indigenous Training Centre is a registered training organisation and are nationally accredited for training to all people.