Discover the Riverland

Linger longer after you've completed any of our unique Murray River experiences 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!

Explore the Riverland

Discover the Riverland's Diverse Offerings

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.

  • Discover the diverse range of premium Riverland wines at this unique cellar door set at Pike River Luxury Villas.

  • Locally roasted and lovingly poured in a coffee house set in the old Renmark Fire Station.

  • Continue to enjoy a range of award winning organic and non-traditional wine varieties.

  • Explore more wetlands, encounter wildlife and enjoy fine wine and views.

  • The Riverland's first winery, visit their cellar door to learn more about this iconic South Australian label.

  • Set amongst the Angove's Winery, St Agnes Brandy Barrell houses are a must-visit to discover the history of this iconic brand.

  • Taste a range of locally distilled spirits in the historic 100 year old winery-come-distillery.

  • A microbrewery set in a 100 year old woolshed on the banks of the Murray River.

  • Quietly propel yourself in a canoe and explore wetlands and creeks inaccessible by larger vessels.

Riverland Dining

Taste Riverland Fare

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.

  • Fine dining set in a century old distillery with a modern twist.

  • Set amongst stunning rose gardens, Ruston's offer a delicious menu of Thai Fusion meals.

  • The historic first Community Hotel in the British Empire – opened 1897 - Classical cooking with French influences, using seasonal produce.

  • A waterfront bistro with unobstructed river views, seasonal menu showcasing local produce.

  • Award winning winery, Salena Estate, has opened an exciting Italian restaurant.

  • Enjoy traditional Greek home-cooked meals at Mallee Estate Wines cellar door.