The Murray River town of Cobram was established in 1887 to service the railway, which arrived from Melbourne a year later. After World War II the area was part of a large soldier-settlement scheme, which saw the development of dairy farms and orchards on the rich irrigated land. Over the river in New South Wales, a short distance of three kilometres is Cobram's smaller sister town, Barooga.
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