Riverland
South Australia

It's winter in the Riverland so you set the pace. Try your luck with a fishing rod or yabby net, get out on the Murray in canoe or kayak, camp under the stars or taste the best of fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables, unique beer, wine and wine alternatives. Bring your family and friends and switch to ‘River time’. 

 

Winter in the Riverland

Imagine watching a glowing campfire through a glass of wine overlooking the Murray River, or waking up in your bed with the suns rays piercing through a rolling mist while you follow the reflection of a pelican as it glides by. These are some of the many amazing winter experiences Riverlanders want to share with you, just 90 minutes from Adelaide.

Click here for a taste of what our fabulous region has to offer with plenty of other holiday ideas and information

Accommodation

All Riverland accommodation comes with Rivertime. Ultra luxury retreats overlooking the Murray River, rustic station stays, historic homesteads and an abundance of secluded waterfront camping spots, riverfront caravan parks, hotels and motels provide a range of choices to suit a range of interests and budgets.

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Self- Contained
Self- Contained
Hotel/ Motels
Hotel/ Motels
Houseboats
Houseboats
Waterfront
Waterfront

Experiences

Explore the hidden backwaters of the Murray River by canoe or dinghy; moor your houseboat at a brewery or winery for the afternoon. Play a round of golf with friendly kangaroos and discover our rich heritage. The Riverland offers a diversity of experiences that start with turning your watch to Rivertime.
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Food & Wine
Food & Wine
Heritage & History
Heritage & History
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River & Nature
Arts & Culture
Arts & Culture

Riverland Towns

Hire a houseboat and pull up at a town waterfront, taxi to golf or a cellar door, shop in the main street and visit the local butcher and baker, or take a break from houseboat cooking and dine in a Riverland hotel or club.
Read more about our beautiful Riverland towns, plus the history and attractions each has to offer.

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Getting Here

Travelling to the Riverland is easy. Driving from Adelaide to the Riverland takes 90 minutes to our gateway town, Blanchetown, or if you are travelling from Sydney or Melbourne, it is only 90 minutes from Mildura to Renmark. Once you are in the Riverland stay and play, explore and relax and enjoy Rivertime. Click here for all the information you need to plan your journey to the Riverland 

Top Ten things to do

The Riverland has four distinct seasons, 20 proud river towns, more than 150 events each year and a river that flows all year round, so come and enjoy some Rivertime on the Murray River and check out these local recommendations.

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Farmers Markets
Farmers Markets
River Cliffs
River Cliffs
Free Ferry
Free Ferry
Wineries
Wineries

Riverland Industry Partnership

Destination Riverland has launched the second Tourism Industry Prospectus. We encourage you to buy into this fee for service program, to help your business grow and develop. Please see the link below to learn more and sign up for this exciting opportunity, or call us to find out more. 

 To find out more call us on 08 8582 2003 or email pa@destinationriverland.org.au

 Click To Download the 2017 Industry Partner Prospectus 

Riverland Blog

Follow our regular and guest bloggers on topics relating to everything Riverland.

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Backpackers

Offering endless sunshine, the biggest river in Australia, a laidback lifestyle, great water sports and seasonal work, the Riverland and the Murray River are a must-do experience for backpackers. Check out our accommodation and spend some Rivetime in the company of our unique Australian wildlife that includes kangaroos, emus, kookaburras and cute koalas.

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    For more information or for help with making a booking or reservation in the Riverland contact a Riverland Visitor Information Centre or DOWNLOAD the Riverland Visitor Guide