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Paringa is close to Renmark in the Riverland and is one of the first towns visitors reach in South Australia when they cross the border from Australia's eastern states. It's the base for some Murray River houseboat fleets and backwater canoe tours.
Here, you can see Paringa's suspension bridge. Opened in 1927, it's just one of four to cross the Murray River. It opens between 9.30 am and 2.30 pm to allow paddlesteamers through.
Opposite the Paringa Bridge, you'll find Bert Dix Memorial Park. Stop for a picnic or a barbecue while the children clamber over the playground. This is also a good spot to launch boats.
Murtho Forest and Heading Cliffs are 15 kilometres north of Paringa and a great place to explore. See the view from Heading Cliffs on the way to Murtho Landing - one of the finest vantage points on the shores of the Murray. There are more spectacular views from a lookout tower.
Murtho Forest Landing has a parking area and a place for launching boats.
As well as being the base for many Murray River houseboats, you'll find plenty of other accommodation in and around Paringa including hotels, caravan parks, cottages and cabins.
Located 260 kilometres north east of Adelaide and 4 kilometres from Renmark.
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