Murray Bridge is a place rich in river history, railway heritage and Ngarrindjeri culture. Set amongst the heart of town The Murray Bridge Discovery Trail is a one hour walking trail that loops around the central business district, historic railway precinct and includes the Round House, bridges, riverfront and wharf precinct.
Murray Bridge played a significant role in early South Australian History and The Murray Bridge Discovery Trail provides the opportunity to uncover tales and an opportunity to learn more about the early history and heritage.
Along the trail is a range of retail and dining options along with art galleries enticing you relax and stay a little longer.
Walking enthusiasts have the opportunity to extend their walk and enjoy the wetlands and bird life at Rocky Gully Wetlands or take in the riverfront at Sturt Reserve.
Brochures providing additional information including a detailed map of the trail are available from the Murray Bridge Visitor Information Centre and participating outlets.