Cobram, located on the southern banks of the
Murray River, is the twin with the New South Wales
town of Barooga. Described as 'Peaches and
Cream Country' the area surrounding the twin
towns is known for its apricots, nectarines, peaches
and pears as well as its dairy grazing properties.
Cobram is a town in Victoria, Australia. It is on the
Murray River which forms the border
between Victoria and New South Wales. Cobram
along with the nearby towns of Numurkah and
Yarrawonga is part of Shire of Moira and is the
administrative centre of the Council. Its twin town
of Barooga is located on the north side of the
Murray River. Surrounding Cobram are a number
of orchards, dairy farms and wineries. At the 2011
census, Cobram had a population of 6,018.