The Robinvale region is Australia’s biggest producer of almonds. There are also substantial olive, carrot and other crops throughout the area. There are many attractions in Robinvale, such as the original home of Robin Cuttle, an antique museum, park, and a caravan park overlooking the Murray River, a popular camping area. The river is home to an array of native birds and fish, such as the pelican, swan, perch and the Murray cod.
Robinvale has a rail line that is used seasonally by Pacific National freight trains. V/Line runs coach services to Swan Hill and Mildura, Victoria, connecting with train services to Melbourne at Swan Hill railway station. Robinvale Airport serves the town.
Robinvale and its twin town, Euston is home to an Italian population from the southern region of Calabria in Italy. Many of these people are 2nd and 3rd generation Australians, well integrated to the community. It also has immigrant populations of Tongans and Vietnamese and a significant Aboriginal community.
Heavily involved in adult education and Koorie programs, SuniTAFE’s Robinvale Campus is ideally located to take advantage of extensive horticultural developments that require timely on-site training solutions. The campus is located in the busy locality of Robinvale, surrounded by many local cafes and restaurants.