The word Burnanga translates to cod in the traditional language of the Yorta Yorta people, who have cared for this country for tens of thousands of years. Encompassing lowland rivers and lakes, the historic Burnanga Trail draws freshwater anglers from across the state to enjoy its beauty and productive fisheries.
There’s no shortage of waters to explore with plenty of great river fishing for golden perch and Murray cod in the Murray, Ovens, Broken and Goulburn, in addition to fantastic still-water fishing in lakes Hume and Mulwala.
Murray spiny crays, redfin, yabbies, trout cod and Macquarie perch mean the Burnanga Trail has lots to offer fishers of all skill levels and experience. If you love the great outdoors and camping under the stars, the Burnanga Trail is for you!.