The cool summer oasis of Ulupna Island is home to a vast number of native wildlife.
An early morning or late afternoon visit to this region will not disappoint, with sightings of kangaroos and koalas virtually guaranteed.
The island also contains many sandy river beaches, making it an ideal location for swimming, camping and picnics. Many bushwalking tracks allow you to fully enjoy the majestic scenery, and over 180 plan and 120 bird species have been identified on the island.
Ulupna Island is bounded by the Murray River and Ulupna Creek and can be accessed from the Murray Valley Highway on the western side of Strathmerton.