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Aboriginal people revere it. Nineteenth century trade flourished on it. Mark Twain likened it to his beloved Mississippi. Fruit growers and wine makers recognise its bounty. Such is the..
Mannum has a beautiful riverfront and excellent recreational facilities including Mary Ann Reserve, home to a playground, boat ramp, picnic tables and kiosk. Visitors can hire water-skis..
Monarto was planned in the 1970's as a city to limit the continuing sprawl of Adelaide. However the project fell through in 1980. Today much of the land is taken up by the Monarto..
Nildottie boasts great panoramic views of one of the most pristine stretches of water on the Murray, so ensure you have film in the camera!
The shear cliff walls of the Murray River will..
The area around Swan Reach is renowned for its towering cliffs, including Big Bend – which boasts the tallest cliffs along the entire length of the Murray River. Rich in fossils, flora..
The largest town on the Murray River in South Australia, Murray Bridge has everything the visitor could need, including a large regional shopping centre, accommodation, restaurants, hotels..
Travel the great Murray to the Big Bend. The Big Bend cliffs are the tallest cliffs on the Murray River and are hundreds of million years old. See a vast array of wildlife in and around the..
Karoonda is only 150 kilometres from Adelaide and 110 kilometres from Loxton, which is why Karoonda is referred to as the Heart of the Mallee.
Go to Pioneer Park, offering a look at the..
Ngaut Ngaut Conservation Park, on the Murray River, is one of the most significant Aboriginal archaeological dig sites in Australia. It is the ancestral home of the Nganguraku people, and..
The northern gateway to the Limestone Coast, Tailem Bend lies alongside the majestic Murray River. It is a commercial centre for the surrounding mallee area and offers excellent facilities..
Recharge on Australia's mighty Murray River as it winds its way through the heart of the Murraylands, carving out steep cliffs that turn orange at sunset, winding past giant red gums and..
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