Banrock Station is situated at Kingston-on-Murray, and was developed as pastoral grazing in 1851. It now produces wines that are both enjoyed here and sold overseas.
Travel into the famous Barossa, Australia’s best known wine making region. Your first stop is at Jacob’s Creek Visitor Centre, where you will enjoy morning tea, followed by a structured tasting.
The Cellar Door opened in 2003 and was the first Boutique Cellar Door in the Riverland. It is situated on Paisley Road, Blanchetown, in the beautiful Riverland region of South Australia.
For that special experience PS Murray Princess passengers can enjoy bush tucker, combined with a traditional breakfast on the shores of the Murray River wetlands at Big Bend.
Caudo Vineyard is one of the few South Australian cellar door which is accessible by boat, the winery is located on a bend in the river known as Hogwash Bend.
Travelling in small groups, we explore the maze of the river and the birdlife of the Murray River on the ‘Dragon-Fly’ boat. Watch for an array of wildlife feeding along the river’s muddy edges.
Experience one of the largest open-range zoos in the world spanning more than 1,500 hectares and home to more than 50 species of exotic and native mammals, birds and reptiles.
Enjoy a guided walk of the Morgan township and the Morgan Living History Museum.
Join a guided tour of the town's historic Roundhouse on the 3 or 7 Night Cruises. The homestead captures the history of the first permanent bridge to span the Murray River.
Ngaut Ngaut Aboriginal Reserve is one of Australia’s most significant archaeological sites. Step back in time – tens of thousands of years – for a guided boardwalk tour.
A unique experience in comfortable, purpose built carts will give you the opportunity to view an impressive array of South Australian wildlife and relaxing starlit skies.
Go ashore for the Woolshed Show as we recreate typical Australian woolshed history. Visit the Native Wildlife Shelter where some of the most interesting native animals are cared for.
The museum is housed in the original school building that was built in 1917. The museum's collection relates to its two themes, the education and social history of the area.
From the aboriginal word meaning "many wings", Waikerie is the western gateway to the Riverland and well known for the production of citrus and stone fruits.