Linger Longer after you've completed Murray River Walk and explore our diverse Riverland region.
Visit the cellar doors, breweries, distilleries and restaurants that showcase the diversity of local produce and discover the Murray River all over again.
We've compiled some of our favourite experiences that will help you 'live like a local' during your visit to South Australia's Food Bowl!
Adelaide is the gateway to exploring regional South Australia and there are flights daily from Australian Capital Cities.
The Murray River Walk starts in Renmark and is an easy 3.5 hour drive from Adelaide Airport or a 1.5 hour drive from Mildura Airport.
For self drive or private bus transfers, please view our transfer options servicing both Mildura and Adelaide.
On the day of departure, you will meet your guides at 7:30am at the Renmark Hotel in Renmark, where you will begin your journey.
Secure car parking is provided for the duration of your journey. to all guests of Murray River Walk.
From luxury river front villas to historic icons, there is no shortage of amazing places to stay in the Riverland.
Modern and spacious suites on board one of the river's first tourist paddle-wheel boats with wine and dining options
The Riverland dining scene features a range of cuisines from traditional Greek to Australian fare, reflecting the cultural diversity of the Riverland
from a time when European families were among the first settlers.
Traditional Greek home cooked dishes accompanied by their award winning wines in their cellar door
Featuring Australian & Thai cuisine, view the great collection of Australiana paraphernalia on site
Modern Thai cuisine on board the iconic paddle steamer, relax on deck with spectacular river views
A water front bistro with unobstruced river views, seasonal menu showcasing local produce
From cellar doors tucked amongst the vines to quiet creeks and lagoons, there is much to explore across the Riverland.
You've discovered the Murray River on foot, now unearth more with canoe adventures and drive to destinations.
Quietly propel yourself in a canoe and explore inaccessible wetlands and creeks, guided or self guided
Visit the Riverland's first winery and the home of iconic Australian, St Agnes Brandy.
Enjoy coffee that is locally roasted and lovingly poured in a coffee house set in the old Renmark Fire station
Explore more wetlands, encounter native wildlife and savour remarkable wine, food and views
Taste a range of locally distilled spirits in the historic 100 year old winery-come-distillery