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Renmark Riverfront Holiday Park

You know you’re in for something special from the moment you pull up at the entrance to this Big4 resort caravan park at Renmark on the Murray River in South Australia. The palm trees and modern dark grey corrugated iron buildings, give you the feeling you’re entering a tropical resort and then you spy glimpses of a resort style pool and the kids waterpark play area. To top it off, you know it’s a big park when you have to follow a staff member in a golf cart to be directed to your site. Continue reading


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Woolshed Brewery – Wilkadene

Any visit to the Riverland has to include a stop at the region’s only brewery at Wilkadene, 20 kilometres north of Renmark. Their slogan is ‘Brew with a View’ and they don’t disappoint with either.

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23rd Street Distillery Renmark

You may be familiar with the name and the distinctive labels of this maker of gins and whiskies but did you know you can visit the home of this distillery in Renmark South Australia? Continue reading


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Renmark Street Art

It’s high on my list of things to look for when I’m travelling and don’t be fooled into thinking that street art is only in the big cities.  I have found plenty of examples in regional towns around Australia and the painted silos are examples of that on a grand scale. Continue reading


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Plush’s Bend Free Camp On The Murray River

Plush’s Bend is one of the free campsites we’ve stayed at during our current journey exploring a large section of the Murray River in South Australia. You’ll find this camping area only 6 kilometres from the town centre of Renmark, one of the major Riverland towns, around 260 kilometres north of Adelaide.

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Karoonda Silo Art South Australia

Travelling through the Mallee region of South Australia will lead you to one of the painted grain silos that is part of the Australian Silo Art Trail. This art on a grand scale can be found in the town of Karoonda, a little over 145 kilometres east of Adelaide.
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