Barham is surrounded by picturesque red sand hills and timber, dairying and citrus fruit farming.

Known as the southern gateway to Golden Rivers Country this pretty riverside town is situated upon land thought to have been occupied by the Wemba-Wemba Aborigines.
Barham, the largest town in Wakool Shire, it is also the twin town to Koondrook. These towns sit on opposite sides of the Murray River.

The river provides an excellent spot to dangle a line for Murray cod, golden perch, carp, catfish and yabbies. The rivers, lakes and the wetlands provide fishermen with abundant opportunities for excellent fishing while camping in the red gum forests.

All accommodation needs are catered for with a diverse range of Motels, Hotels, Self Contained Units, Camping and Caravan Parks.