Below is the Wikicamps map dump of just the 50km Murray Rv stretch between Yarrawonga and Tocumwal. Murray campsites are easier to find than your missus finding you a job to do around the house every weekend.
Just to put the area into perspective there are no "campsites', there are just places between trees that people have chosen to camp and then added those random dots on Wikicamps. Once you cross the levy bank you can stop, or camp literally anywhere .... I I mean anywhere .... the only limits would be probably just not in the middle of a track although I have seen that more than few times.
The green dots are only the sites punters have added, but the area between the dots is virtually all camping to. There are so many campsites if all of them were added to Wikicamps it would be a continuous thick green line. If you drive a handful of km's west of Cobram take the first road/track toward the river you can drive (and tow your van) almost to Tocumwal along the river tracks. The main Cobram Track is the quality of a display home car park. Some of the side tracks range from the same, to quite challenging and for the most part on the high banks you'll be driving along the rivers edge past site after site after site after site. Youll be absolutely spoilt for choice. The entire length of the Vic side of the Murray between Yarrawonga and Tocumwal is a continuous, open campsite .... the whole place.
If you cant easily find 300 great spots on that meander along the river ..... you seriously need a guide dog, or hospital care and long term chemical intervention. Its literally impossible not to find a camp site. The river beaches get manic in holidays due to boat access ect, and there are usually the odd peep about all year but I steer away from the beaches and camp on the highbanks where most avoid.
Just go up there, youll be fine. Once you Murray camp, I guarantee youll be a fanboy forever.
Within a hour of the siren going off and house arrest finishing Ill be heading straight up there.
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One of the tracks taking you in toward the river, thats just past the levy back and you can literally camp next to the sign there in the front or next to the other one over on the left if you want. You might get a few odd looks, but you can. Anywhere you can see in any of the two photos below you can camp
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You can stop and camp anywhere you please ... just stop next to the track if you want
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