About Our Caravan Park
Gogeldrie Riverside Park is set on 17 acres of natural bush setting with a beautiful river, the mighty
Murrumbidgee River running through it.
It is located approximately 25kms west of the neighbouring townships of Leeton, 35kms from Griffith, 40kms from Darlington Point and 45kms from Narrandera.
The iconic Gogeldrie Weir structure, located within the Gogeldrie Riverside Park precinct, is an integral part of Leeton and the region’s irrigation story. It was completed in 1959 to divert water from the
Murrumbidgee River to the Coleambally Irrigation Area via the Coleambally Canal, and to part of the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Areas and associated irrigation districts via the Stuart Canal.
There are six gates each measuring 6.1 metres (20 ft) high and 12.2 metres (40 ft) wide. The gates are opened individually by electric motors placed centrally between piers.