The Riverland of South Australia is a beautiful stretch of the mighty River Murray meandering from the Victorian/New South Wales border to the big bend at the historic river port of Morgan and on to Blanchetown where the first of the great Lock system controls the level and flow of the river as it winds its way to the ocean at Goolwa.
Famous for the paddlesteamers of yesteryear the river now boasts fleets of Houseboats catering for holiday makers all year round.
The pleasant Mediterranean climate of warm dry summers and cool sunny winters lends itself to an outdoor lifestyle.
Wildlife abounds with many National Parks and campgrounds along the river. The towns have all the amenities visitors require.
The vineyards which produce 25% of Australia’s wine grape production stretch across the landscape and many wineries offer cellar door tasting.
Citrus, stonefruit, almonds and vegetables feed our cities are exported around the world. The iconic “Berri” orange juice originated here.
The famous Monash Playground is a family adventure worth the visit. A multitude of other attractions for all ages make the Riverland a worthwhile holiday destination.