|Population||268 (2006 census)|
|LGA(s)||Shire of Towong|
Walwa (//; Aboriginal for "a place of waters"), is a town in the Shire of Towong in north east Victoria, Australia. The town is located 1 kilometre from the Murray River on the former Murray Valley highway between Wodonga and Corryong. At the 2006 census, Walwa and the surrounding area had a population of 268.
A Post Office first opened on 1 March 1861 and closed in 1865. A Post Office again opened on 1 December 1885, although known as Walwa Creek from 1886 until 1905. Currently the Walwa Post Office is owned and operated by Belinda Mann, and services the areas of Walwa, Burrowye, Guys Forrest and Sandy Creek.
Walwa includes a Medical Centre, a Country Fire Authority (CFA) fire station, the Walwa Pub, Upper Murray Holiday Resort, Riverside Caravan Park, Tennis Courts and a Football/Netball Club, Walwa Primary School, Jemba Rock Crafts and Gifts, a B&B, Country Tractor Service, Veterinary Clinic, Panel Beaters, Radio station (Radio Upper Murray RUM), Community Op Shop.
Golfers play at the course of the Walwa Golf Club on Murray River Road.
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