Our Mid Murray townships and iconic places not to be missed!
The Mid Murray Council region stretches from the Mallee to the Murray River. The river highway connects many townships stretching to widespread farming, vegetable and grape growing districts.
We encourage our community to become a visitor in their own backyard and experience the natural wonders of our great region or the many diverse tourism attractions.
If you are passing through or require further information visit the Mannum Visitor Information Centre or phone 8569 1303 or email email@example.com which has an extensive selection of brochures and information on our region’s townships, attractions and events.
Bric A Brac and vintage shops abound throughout the region where you will find that treasure you just cant do without and the birdlife and natural wonders will astound you!
Our region’s central location is ideal to base yourself to enjoy the natural beauty and attractions on offer with a diverse selection of accommodation at riverside caravan parks, free riverside camping areas, B&B’s, motels, houseboats, hotels and river shacks.
Travel down the unsealed Murraylands Road which will take you through the Mid Murray region from Mannum to Morgan where the birdlife and native flora and fauna will amaze you and roads will take you to our outer townships all with a story of their own.
Due to our centrally located region, only between one and two hours from Adelaide, take the time to find your favourite spot and explore our neighbours close by such as the Barossa, Adelaide Hills, Fleurieu, Riverland and Clare Valleys regions.
From Caloote to Cadell, from Mannum to Morgan and Tungkillo to Truro, our friendly communities will assist you on your journey of discovery and hope you enjoy the distinct and picturesque landscape the Mid Murray Council region has to offer!
Click on the towns below for more information:
Big Bend - The largest bend with majestic limestone cliffs
Blanchetown - The first lock system on the Murray River, home of Lock 1
Bowhill - It's not just about farming, great skiing and picnic stop too
Cadell - Home of the Murray River Giant Pumpkin Competition!
Cambrai - Originally known as Rhine Villa
Keyneton - Home of Henschke Wines
Mannum - The birthplace of the first paddle steamer in Australia
Morgan - Home of the PS Canally
Nildottie - See one of the State's most significant Aboriginal sites
Palmer - Home of 'Bear Rock'
Purnong - Narrowest river crossing on the Murray
Sedan - Crossroads to everywhere
Swan Reach - Engulfed by the 56 Flood, it is amazing Swan Reach survived!
Truro - Where wheat meets grapes
Tungkillo - Where the Lavender Trail commences
Walker Flat - You can nearly touch the riverside cliffs from the ferry!