Getting to the Riverland
Navigating your way to the Riverland is easy - the hard part is deciding what to do first.
International and interstate visitors can fly to Adelaide – then it’s just an hour’s drive to the region’s western gateway at Blanchetown, or international and interstate visitors can fly to Mildura airport via Melbourne or Sydney – then it’s just over an hour’s drive to the Riverland’s eastern gateway at Renmark.
Recreational flights and charter flights can be made to the Riverland where airfields at Loxton, Renmark and Waikerie provide refuelling facilities and an access point for exploring the region.
The Riverland is easily accessible by car, campervan or with a caravan, with many ways to get to the region. From Adelaide you can travel along Main North Road to the Sturt Highway (A20) where you enter the Riverland at Blanchetown.
From Adelaide you can also travel via the South Eastern Freeway to Tailem Bend and then head north to Karoonda until you enter the Riverland at Loxton.
From Victoria take the Sturt Highway (A20) and from Sydney travel via the Mid-Western Highway (A24) to the Sturt Highway (A20), along with other roads within the state. Travelling west by car you will enter the Riverland at Paringa and Renmark.