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Barooga, New South Wales, 20–22 August 2019 2019

Delegate Fact Sheet

2019 Delegate List

SEGRA 2019 Delegate List

Getting to the Venue

Cobram Barooga is located north of Melbourne, on the Murray River and the Victoria and NSW border and forms part of the Sun Country on the Murray region. You can get to Cobram Barooga by car, by bus and train and by air. Centrally located within Barooga, the Cobram Barooga Golf Resort sits in a beautiful town situated next to the Murray River.


Albury Airport is the closest airport to Barooga, located approximately 130 km/1 hour 30 min minute drive from the conference venue. Albury Airport welcomes direct flights from Sydney and Melbourne, serviced by Virgin Australia and QantasLink.

Bus / Train

Both V/Line and Countrylink offer services to Cobram Barooga. For detailed information and timetables visit their websites or give them a call.

Shuttle Bus

A coach service is available for delegates to and from the conference accommodation each evening and off-site venues. The bus operates at specific times. Please refer to the bus schedule at the registration desk and reception at conference accommodation. The shuttle bus is free of charge. If you would like to use the shuttle bus to and from Albury Airport, please register for this using our registration form.

Car Rental

Rental car kiosks are located in the arrivals area at Albury Airport and include:


Taxis are available 24 hours a day, seven days per week. Pre-book a taxi by phoning (03) 5871 1111.

Dress Codes

During the conference program, smart casual dress is appropriate. As the session rooms may get cool at times due to air-conditioning, we recommend you bring a jumper.

What to Bring

We recommend delegates to bring an umbrella in case of rain.

What to See and Do

Cobram-Barooga is set in one of the most picturesque areas of the Murray River. Here you can participate in a range of fun water sports, bushwalk or play a round (or two) of golf at the 36-hole golf course. Discover the waterbird wonderland and Aboriginal canoe trees at nearby Quinn Island. The adjacent Ulupna Island Flora and Fauna Reserve is home to koalas, kangaroos and birdlife. If you just want to unwind, soak up the sun at one of the wide sandy beaches, there’s no place like Thompson’s Beach, the longest beach along the Murray.

Cobram Barooga Local Attractions

Click here to view a list of some of the local attractions in Cobram Barooga.

Top 10 Things to do in Cobram Barooga

Click here for a top 10 list of things to see and do in the Cobram Barooga region.

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