To further assist you with planning your next Murray River Lakes & Coorong holiday, or for the inside scoop when you are in the region, contact one of our friendly Visitor Information Centres.
Accredited Visitor Information Centres are part of a program committed to quality business practice and professionalism, and are designed to provide visitors with a consistent and recognised level of customer service throughout South Australia. These centres are dedicated to providing visitors with up-to-date, relevant information and, in most cases, an opportunity to book accommodation and tours.
These outlets may sometimes be located within another business, local Government offices, or in the main street of regional town.
The Goolwa Visitor Information Centre stocks a wide range of tourist information brochures for the Fleurieu Peninsula region as well as the regional brochures for the rest of South Australia. We are also a booking agent for: local tours and cruises, accommodation, Coorong and Murray River cruising, Coorong National Park Camping Permits and Kangaroo Island Sealink.
This multi-award winning centre is located in the main street at the gateway to the historic Goolwa Wharf precinct. The centre promotes tourism services and experiences by providing a professional information and booking service with specialist knowledge of Goolwa, the Alexandrina Council Region, Fleurieu Peninsula and beyond. Come and see us to help plan your stay in our beautiful region.
We have an extensive souvenir and gift shop stocking a large selection of books including: local, River Murray and Australian histories and stories, children's books and field guides, local and Australian made products, jewellery, clothing, CD's, magnets, toys, postcards and cards.
We can also provide tour guides for walking or bus tours, (by appointment only)Visit website
The Nationally Accredited Mannum Visitor Information Centre is your personal experience of Mannum's gateway to history. Home of the Randell Dry Dock, Keys Beam Engine and the P.S Marion Paddle Steamer.
Whether it’s relaxing by the river, cruising, adventure or sightseeing, Mannum has something for everyone.
Our friendly staff will direct you to your destination.
Located at the lower end of Randell Street (main central business district), make Mannum Visitor Information Centre your first port of call.
The Meningie Visitor Information Outlet is located in The Chambers. The building was built in 1889 as chambers for the District Council. It was the meeting place for various groups and entertainment and it also housed the Institute Library. Many changes and extensions have been made over the years.
After a number of years of limited use, Coorong Cottage Industries moved into the main building and the once established Alberts Coffee Shop is now housed by the Lakes Hub Information Centre which has offices at Milang and Meningie.
The Lakes Hubs were established to assist with the dissemination of information and provide collaborative links between Government and local communities. The Lakes Hub are situated at Daranda Terrace Milang and 14 Princess Highway Meningie. Both offices provide visitor information for the Coorong and Lower Lakes region, information on other South Australian regions as well as delivering environmental communication for the Coorong, Lower Lakes and Murray Mouth site.
The Meningie Information Centre is open 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday, with information available from 10am to 4.30pm on the weekends through Coorong Cottage Industries.
The Murray Bridge Visitor Information Centre is a fully accredited Visitor Information Centre (VIC) and has been providing information to visitors and locals for over 30 years.
The Murray Bridge Tourist Information Centre became an accredited Visitor Information Centre (VIC) in 2004 and has since been providing quality service and informative knowledge of Murray Bridge and our surrounding regions to both visitors and locals.
The VIC employs four staff to oversee and manage the operations and an average of 20 volunteers, contribute to the daily operations.
Operating every day of the year with the exception of Christmas Day. Open from 9am to 5pm weekdays and 10am to 4pm weekends and public holidays. The VIC provides a large range of information on the Murray River Lakes and Coorong, Murray Bridge and surrounding regions including attractions, dining, accommodation and events.
FREE WiFi Accommodation bookings. Bus ticket - Firefly, Greyhound and Premier Stateliner. Sealink bookings. Souvenirs and gift sales. Photocopying services. Wheelchair and mobility impaired friendly. Disabled parking. Public toilets including disabled toilets. Hearing aid loop amplifier.Visit website
When you stop in Tailem Bend, be sure to visit Tailem info Station, Tailem Bend's visitor information outlet and rail museum. Located in the main street of Tailem Bend, on Railway Terrace, Tailem info Station is housed within the old railway station building, built in 1913 to sustain the increasing railway traffic through the town.
The extensive history of Tailem Bend as a railway hub is well documented within the museum, complete with a large array of meaningful artefacts and photographs. The volunteers, or 'fettlers' as they are known within the station, are happy to give guided tours of the museum upon request.
Tailem info Station also provides a wealth of information to tourists and travellers on Tailem Bend and the surrounding region. As the station is run solely by volunteers, visitors are sure to be given friendly, professional, and up-to-date advice.
Tailem info Station also offers a lovely range of locally made and sourced items, including arts, crafts, and other homemade products. Edible delights are also available, all made locally or sourced from the surrounding region.
Open from 9am to 4pm daily, a visit to Tailem info Station is a must when travelling through Tailem Bend.Visit website
Tintinara Heart of the Parks is a visitor and information outlet as well as a successful outlet for local artists and craftspeople, first opened in April 2001.
We are located on the Dukes Highway in the old railway station, which had not been used for 18 years prior to being renovated as a community project with over two and a half thousand hours of voluntary labour.