Robinvale is a town on the south bank of the Murray River in northern Victoria, Australia. It is connected by a bridge to Euston on the other side of the river in New South Wales.
Robinvale is known for the massive production of grapes, olives, carrots and almonds.
There are many attractions in Robinvale, such as the original home of Robin Cuttle, an antique museum, park, and a caravan park overlooking the Murray River. The river is home to a great array of native birds and fish such as the pelican, swan, perch and the murray cod.
Robinvale has a large Aboriginal community and significant immigrant populations of Tongans and Vietnamese.
Key Features and Activities:
- Sunday worship
State Office (03) 5241 5700