No matter what season, there's always plenty on and things to do around the Murray River, Lakes & Coorong.
Come cruise the mighty Murray River on the historic Paddle Steamer PS Marion as we head to Morgan for the Morgan Living River Festival. 3 days and 2 nights of fun whilst enjoying the tranquil surrounds of the river. Departing Wednesday 13th November and arriving in Morgan on Friday 15th November.Visit website
Dates and times: November 14 (9:30 AM — 3 PM). November 15 (9:30 AM — 3 PM).
Come cruise the mighty Murray River on the historic Paddle Steamer PS Marion as we head back to Mannum from Morgan. 3 days and 2 nights crusing slowly down this beautiful river Departing Tuesday 19th November and arriving in Mannum on Thursday 21st November 2019.Visit website
Dates and times: November 20 (10:30 AM — 5 PM). November 21 (10:30 AM — 5 PM).
Come cruise the mighty Murray River on the historic Paddle Steamer PS Marion as we head to Goolwa crossing Lake Alexandrina (weather conditions permitting)and on to the Wooden Boat Festival 3 days and 2 nights crusing slowly down this beautiful river Departing Monday 22nd April and arriving in Goolwa approx 2.30pm on Wednesday 24th April 2019Visit website
Dates and times: April 23 (1 PM — 2:30 PM). April 24 (1 PM — 2:30 PM).
Enjoy a unique experience cruising the magnificent Murray River aboard this restored c1897 historic Paddle Steamer. Amazing river scenery and a myriad of birdlife awaits your enjoyment as we travel Upstream to Mannum
Embarkation 10.30am from Mannum (Arnold Park) for 11.00 departure Chicken and salad/cheese platters Bar facilities available, no smoking Return by coach departing 4.00pmVisit website
Dates and times: March 25 (10 AM — 4 PM).
Come along on a leisurely 1 hour short cruise on historic PS Marion built in 1897.
Leaving Mary Ann Reserve at 10.30am, 12.00pm, 1.30pm and 3pm. Devonshire tea available on board, with bar facilities.
Adults $20 Concession $15 Child 4-14 $8 Under 4 FREE Family pass $48
PS Marion is a Non-Smoking vesselVisit website
Revolve24 is fast, safe, fun on a bike. It is a weekend festival of cycling at The Bend Motorpsort Park at Tailem Bend. There are three Cycling Challenges 24 hour, 12 hour and 6 hour. These can ridden solo or in a relay team of up to 8 persons, depending on the challenge.
Non-competing Crew Members are welcome to add encouragement, strategy and support throughout the weekend which can be as rewarding as actually taking part. The weekend is as much about the environment in the paddock and pit garages as it is about the action on the track.
Prizes are awarded equally for men and women, and Kings and Queens of the Mountains and Fastest Laps also get acknowledged.
With participants so far aged between 16 and 70 we have something for everyone.Visit website
Dates and times: March 16 (3 PM — 11:59 PM).
'Silo Sights' - RV Basecamp Coonalpyn is an RV Fest held in Coonalpyn, SA. Coonalpyn is home to a 30-metre high silo, which has painted by world-renowned artist Guido Van Helten (who also painted the Brim silos).
The 2017 event was all about celebrating the completion of Guido's work, those who came along were some of the first people in the world to see Van Helten’s incredible silo creation.
This event is now held every two years, it will be back on 1-4 March 2019 !
There is low cost RV parking, entertainment and food offerings as well as local activities & events, including night owls lawn bowls, pool party, local markets, good old country pub meals and live music nights, sporting club meals, town walks & more! Not to mention the Coonalpyn Swimming Pool is just next door!
Some of the key icons on the itineraries that can be offered are Creating Coonalpyn arts tours & snail farm, bird watching along the Coorong, Point Malcolm Lighthouse, Tailem Bend Railway Museum, Tintinara and much more.Visit website
Dates and times: From March 1 to March 5.
The South Australian Wooden Boat Festival is a biennial festival held over two days and one evening at the historic river Port of Goolwa.
Goolwa is located on the Fleurieu Peninsula, a pleasant one hour drive south of Adelaide, South Australia. The Festival delivers an exciting mix of wooden boats, people, food, wine, and entertainment.
The on-water program is conducted within closed waters on the Murray River with boats participating safely in the Festival while providing a stunning display for spectators.
The on-land program including maritime displays, art exhibitions, children's activities, music, regional food and wine and festival fare completes the festival atmosphere.Visit website
Dates and times: April 27 (9 AM — 9 PM). April 28 (9 AM — 9 PM).
Join us at the Murray Bridge racecourse for our mid week race meet.
Murray Bridge is known as the generous heart of the Murray and is famous for its hospitality, with a range of packages available on the day.Visit website
Dates and times: March 6 (10:30 AM — 5 PM).
The Ultimate Speedway Challenge is a new Concept for this Season which allows drivers to compete in 3 different categories for a lucrative purse prize. The Categories drivers can race are Sprintcars, Late Models and Speedcars, If they win two of the categories some great prize money is up for grabs.
This concept tests the driving skills of those drivers, which go from one category to the next, if they dare!
This race is the 6th and final race of the series and the 2nd one to be held at Murray Machining & Sheds Speedway for this Season. Come and enjoy the fun!
The Ultimate Speedway Challenge Series is proudly sponsored by Hi-Tec Oils
There are two races in three states for this Series, who will be the Ultimate Speedway Challenge Title holder?Visit website
Dates and times: March 16 (5 PM — 10 PM).