Riverboats on the Murray Tour
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Riverboats on the Murray Tour

Riverboats on the Murray Tour

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Travel through rolling hills and Mallee outback to the mighty River Murray as you see green vineyards, golden citrus orchards and rural communities

Few travel experiences are more relaxing than a cruise over a beautiful river, and this journey over the River Murray is one of the most well known in Adelaide. You’ll get a fresh cup of tea or coffee right as you board a real riverboat, so just sit back and relax to admire the natural scenery unfolding around you as you begin the cruise. There’ll be stunning river red gums and green willows along the shore, high cliffs, and you’ll see a myriad of bird species native to Australia all calling out to each other. Beyond the sight of the hills, you’ll see the Mallee outback, where lush vineyards and orchards grow for the prosperous rural communities that live in this area. You’ll see a hundred-year-old Marion paddle steamer, and learn about how the Murray river and its steamers became integral to the community during its time. On your way back to Adelaide, you’ll even get to see Melba’s Chocolate Factory. Take a load off your shoulders and head on down the river to let nature ease your spirit.


  • Enjoy coffee or tea upon boarding the boat with a lunch to follow
  • Cruise past soaring cliffs, ancient river red gums, green willows and see all the birdlife
  • See the 100 year old PS Marion paddle steamer after your cruise
  • Visit a scenic lookout that offers a stunning overview of Mannum
  • Enjoy a spectacular drive through Torrens Valley, which includes passing Palmer and Tunkillo
  • Return to Adelaide via Melba’s Chocolate Factory at Woodside



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