Robinvale is a town on the south bank of the Murray River in northern Victoria, Australia. It is connected by a bridge to Euston on the other side of the river in New South Wales. The town is named in memory of Lieutenant George Robin Cuttle, who was Killed in Action during air combat over France in 1918.
Lock 15 on the Murray River is just downstream of the town providing a pool of irrigation water and ensuring that the river near Robinvale is permanently available for water activities such as water skiing. The weir and lock were completed in 1937, the last one built on the Murray (Locks 12–14 and 16–25 were never built). At the 2001 census, Robinvale had a population of 2,083.
Not only is Robinvale known for the massive produce of grapes, olives, carrots and almond trees, it is home to numerous sporting events; such as tennis easter tournament, Football, cricket and most popular the annual Robinvale Ski Race.
There are also many great attractions to see in Robinvale, such as the original home of Robin Cuttle, an antique museum, a nice park, and a great caravan park over looking the Murray River, which is home to a great array of native birds and fish such as the pelican, swan, perch and the murray cod.