Visitor Information

To find out more and plan your next Riverland experience, please contact one of our friendly Riverland Visitor Information Centres.



Riverland Visitor Information Centres

Visitor Information Centres

Berri Visitor Information Centre
Telephone: (08) 8582 5511

Barmera Visitor Information Centre Telephone: (08) 8588 2289 

Loxton Visitor Information Centre
Telephone: 1300 869 990

Renmark Paringa Visitor Infomation Centre
Telephone: 1300 661 704

Waikerie Visitor Information Centre
Telephone: 8541 0708


Visitor Information Outlets

Blanchetown Visitor Information Outlet Telephone: (08) 8540 5453 

Morgan Internet & Resource Centre (08) 8540 2643

Riverland Weather

The Riverland has a dry Mediterranean climate with seasonal temperatures a few degrees above Adelaide’s temperatures. The average winter temperature is 16.2 °C and the average summer temperature is 32.5 °C. Average rainfall of Renmark is 260.6 millimetres. The weather patterns are similar to those of Adelaide.
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Riverland Towns

The Murray River’s riverside towns are as diverse as the magnificent waterway they line.  Click on an icon below to read more about Riverland towns.
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Murray River Flow

The Murray–Darling Basin Authority provides a range of regularly updated data and information about Basin water resources with a focus on the River Murray system. Information includes updates rain, inflows, recent and planned operational activities, river flows, storage levels, releases and salinity with short-term forecasts provided where available.

River Murray Flows

September 2016- The perfect spring weather is here,and perfect to spend some time on the Murray. Beautiful fresh water is flowing into the region and fishing or shrimp is worth a try. Count the numerous ducklings in the backwaters, or camp under the stars on a creek.
SA/Vic Border
37,100 ML/day
Lock 1
33,300 ML/day
Upstream 3.15m
Downstream 2.36m
Lock 2
Upstream 6.77m
Downstream 6.77m
Lock 3
Upstream 9.80m
Downstream 8.52m
Lock 4
Upstream 13.35m
Downstream 12.80m
Lock 5
38,000 ML/Day
Upstream 16.70m
Downstream 15.07m
Lock 6
Upstream 19.73m
Downstream 18.38m
Wakool Junction
28,000 ML/day

Riverland Webcams

The Riverland Webcams Project is an initiative of the Berri Barmera Council to showcase the Riverland via web cameras. Still images are uploaded every few minutes from five cameras located in Berri, Barmera, Loxton, Renmark and Waikerie.

Find A Mechanic

Car broken down? Need some help? RAA approved repairers are located in various Riverland towns for your convenience. View the list of approved repairers below to find the one closest to you.

RAA approved repairers


Crash repairs
Berri Crash Repairs, Old Sturt Highway, Berri. Ph 8582 1528
Rosenthal Bros, 14 Hughes Street, Berri. Ph 8582 4747

Mechanical Repairs
Roly’s Automotive Services, Jellet Road, Berri. Ph 8582 2667
Rosenthal Automotive, Lot 12 Old Sturt Highway, Berri. Ph 8586 6626


Crash repairs
Lellman Crash Repairs, 162 Renmark Avenue, Renmark. Ph 8586 6493 Collision Vision Repair Centre, Corner Ral Ral Ave & Tapalin Street, Renmark. Ph 8586 4000

Mechanical Repairs
Pendle Motors, 98 Renmark Avenue, Renmark. Ph 8586 6889
Rosenthal Motors – Lot 2 Murtho Street, Renmark. Ph 8586 6626

Exhaust Specialist
Berklee Exhaust & Windscreen, Unit 4, 20th Street, Renmark

 Riverland Tourism

 Destination Riverland is the peak tourism body for the Riverland, South Australia. We invite you to visit us soon and have some 'river time' - discover our past, enjoy the present and share in our exciting future!

Click here to download the Riverland Tourism Plan 2020

Click here to download the 2018 Riverland Visitor Guide Prospectus



About Us


Destination Riverland is the peak regional tourism body in the Riverland of South Australia.

We were established in October 2011 and immediately set about developing a 3 year Strategic Plan to grow tourism and boost our economy by increasing visitor numbers to this great river tourism region. The vision for Riverland tourism is — “Confidence in tourism investment and excellence in tourism operations.”

Our Board is chaired by Peter Walker, and comprises seven local business leaders from across our region. Our board members are: Deb Alexander, Miriam Griffen, Matt Major, Brenton Pankhurst, Garry Pinnington, Peter Walker, Jenny Semmler and Hayley Ramsay. We employ a General Manager, Tony Sharley, who is a passionate Riverlander with international experience in environmental marketing and wine tourism.

Since 2011 we have met bi-monthly and held our meetings throughout the Riverland. We have a strong working partnership with the SA Tourism Commission and the four Councils that cover the Riverland tourism region. Our industry partners are growing as we work to support tourism operators by promoting the four major experiences that the region offers — food and wine, river and nature, history and heritage and art and culture. Destination weddings, backpacking and bird watching are growing markets for the region and they add to our already strong markets for water sports, golfing, house boating, canoeing, fishing and camping.

This new website provides an opportunity to take these experiences and products to the world via a new benchmark in on-line excellence.

Our new Riverland brand was launched in February 2013 — the colours reflect our rich orange landscapes, ochre cliffs and evening sunsets, the green swirl symbolises the Murray River and the colours of the floodplains and mosaics of irrigated crops flanking the river valley. The shimmer reflects the warmth of our climate and our people.

Tourism must continue to be a significant business opportunity for our region as Destination Riverland says with pride — “we have it all” — the largest river in Australia meandering through 362 kilometres of broad floodplain, floodplains that link to the outback, strong connections to our cultural and pioneering past, settlers from all over the world living in 20 proud river towns, magnificent red gum forest landscapes and spectacular coloured cliffs, a warm Mediterranean climate and clear skies illuminated by the stars at night, the birthplace of irrigation and fruit growing in Australia, a tourism reputation built on houseboat river holidays, spectacular events, a proud sporting history, an integrated wine and food culture and a secure water outlook.


Destination Riverland was founded by the four Councils in the Riverland Tourism Region together with Regional Development Australia (RDA) Murraylands and Riverland who were determined to ensure that our proud river towns and tourism operators benefit from the presence of an independent regional tourism body. The four Councils provide the foundation funding that enables Destination Riverland to build new funding partnerships.

Destination Riverland is grateful to the RDA and the Councils of:

• Renmark Paringa, Mayor Neil Martinson

• Berri Barmera, Mayor Peter Hunt

• Loxton Waikerie District, Mayor Leon Stasinowsky

• Mid-Murray, Mayor Dave Burgess

Our tourism industry is made up of more than 200 tourism businesses providing accommodation and experiences that help to strengthen the Riverland economy. Many Riverland residents today were once visitors to the region themselves — such is the appeal of the region’s climate and lifestyle. Our industry is strengthened by many proud Riverlanders who regularly host their friends and relatives and become great ambassadors for the region, and we hope this website will help to keep them informed of new and exciting things to do here.

Industry Partners

Our industry partners include many organisations and businesses that receive mutual benefits through collaboration with Destination Riverland. Since our formation — industry partnerships have been formed with:

• South Australian Tourism Commission

• Regional Development Australia — Murraylands and Riverland

• Primary Industries and Regions South Australia

• The South Australian Murray Darling Basin Natural Resources Management Board

• Food SA

• Food Riverland

• Houseboat Hirers Association

• Vardaro Studios

• Riverland Wine 

• Citrus Australia — SA Region

For more information phone the Destination Riverland office
08 8582 2003

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