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outdoor things to do
in the Murraylands

  Buy fresh made pies and bread from the regional bakeries. Yum!
     
  Be awed by the sight and sound of the mighty Murray Princess pulling in dock side. The sound of her horn reverberates along the river for miles
     
  Visit Chocolate Box, Murray Bridge. View them making chocolates, try a sample. buy some Chilli Lips! Wow?
     
  Indulge in a fishing expedition
     
  Pitch a tent under the amazing night skies
     
     
  Take the kids to Karoonda Farm Fair
     
  Visit the streets and building of Old Tailem Town. Spot the old fire engines, the petrol pumps, the theatre, the dance hall, and more!
     
  Take a walk on the wild side at Monarto
     
  Stroll along the dry trail in Lameroo, hear the ghostly station whistle, be awed at the ability of our pioneers to conquer adversity in the historical museums of the Mallee
     
  Show the kids how the newspapers where printed, way before computers, or even almost electric lights. Let them gaze at the letterpress setting, and see the printing in action in Pinnaroo
     

  we could go on with more.

Why not stay awhile and enjoy our history and heritage which is YOURS as well.

   
 

A to Z Murraylands Experiences

 

We're so close to Adelaide
and yet so far from everything!

There are many ways to get to the Murraylands.....The most important is you come HERE!

You get your first glimpse of the southern most part of the Murraylands Region from the freeway (just a cheeky little glimpse of what's in store.....tempting one to find more OR

If coming from Adelaide, take a meander through the Hills via Birdwood (stop for lunch and view the Shearer car built by William Randell) on through Gumeracha, onwards to Palmer (view the rocky outcrops of huge boulders, then down in to Mannum. Stay awhile, and then travel onwards and upwards towards Walkers Flat (see the towering cliffs, almost as if you can reach out and touch them from the car windows). Chat a while on the ferry crossing at Walker Flat, the operators, are all locals and are a fount of knowledge and local lore, then upwards towards Swan Reach, Blanchetown, Morgan and Cadell OR

Maybe you have stayed for a night or two with our Barossa partners, The Getaway Team, and decide to start from the Northen End, travelling alongside the cliffs, stopping to view them at Nildotte, pass over the ferry at Purnong, then onto Mannum OR

If you are coming from Victoria, stop and enjoy the hub of Tailem Bend, and onwards to Murray Bridge OR

Coming from NSW...passing through the mallee region, the towns of Pinnaroo, Lameroo and Karoonda.

Have you got it yet? The Murraylands has many wonderous, different and grand enterances, which ever way you choose to travel to see us, Remember you will be back!! See a map or our region.

 

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