The Murray River, Lakes and Coorong offers a wide variety of activities, scenery and destinations, many of which can be enjoyed as a tour experience. All tours are easy to book and access, and will guarantee you a memorable experience.
Why not start with the unique and stunning Coorong, cruising the world renowned wetlands in the state-of-the-art Spirit of the Coorong? This is a truly memorable way to learn about South Australia's best kept secret.
Or you can check out Big Bend by Night, a unique nocturnal tour of the river cliffs and wildlife. You may want to include this tour as part of your paddlesteamer cruise. Choose from a variety of historic vessels, day cruises or extended week long cruises. Trust us, once you spend time cruising the Murray River, you will quickly fall under its peaceful and magical spell.
Desert Sky Tours operate extended tours with hotel/motel accommodation to Birdsville, Longreach, Innamincka, Flinders Ranges, Gawler Ranges, William Creek, Coober Pedy, Kangaroo Island, Yorke Peninsula, Back O' Bourke, Wilson's Promontory, Great Ocean Road and Mungo National Park travelling in a Toyota Landcruiser 100 Series four wheel drive vehicle. Tours depart from and return to Adelaide, and prices include accommodation, touring and all meals.Visit website
Things to Do in Adelaide! for Wine or Reason is recognised as South Australia's leading prestigious Wine Tour Company associated with National Wine Centre of Australia. Our Tour Guides have over a decade's worth of experience in the Industry. Our knowledge of South Australian wine regions will ensure you have an informative and extremely entertaining Tour. We specialise in intimate winery tours for those people who appreciate fine wine and good food. Every tour is tailored to suit the individual and focuses on visiting niche, boutique wineries as well as major iconic vineyards and main regional attractions. We are accredited with the South Australian Tourism Commission and a member of the CVA (Chauffeured Vehicles Association).
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Goolwa Boating Cruises offers small group guided boat charter cruises through the single gateway to the vast inland waterways (over 6,500 kilometres of rivers) of the Murray-Darling Basin.
Their two hour day charters are available all-year for private groups or families (maximum four) providing a unique and convenient cruise to discover how water shaped their state, even deciding the location of their capital Adelaide.
Cruising through shallow, protected waters with no dangerous creatures, it is one of the safest boating environments in Australia.
Just over an hours' drive from Adelaide, Goolwa is one of the oldest towns in South Australia and the birthplace of Australia's paddle-steamer river trade - one of the first national industries.
A scenic return trip through the Adelaide Hills, visitors experience the unique and varied landscape that was home to many of the earliest settlers.
A boat charter with Goolwa Boating Cruises is a relaxing way to explore the fourth largest river system in the world to the Murray Mouth, and gain a unique understanding as to the creation and early development of South Australia and how the Port of Goolwa was the spark for the expansion and settlement of vast areas of inland Australia.Visit website
Goolwa Bus and Coach Pty Ltd have proudly serviced the Fleurieu, the Adelaide metropolitan area and beyond for the past 25 years.
We are a family-run company that takes pride in being a local establishment, offering high quality service to all of our clients.
Our fleet now consists of 25 buses (ranging from 22 to 61 seat) including seat belted, climate controlled coaches.
We have two depots, one at Goolwa, the other at Seaford. At our Goolwa depot we have a comprehensive workshop, including three full-time mechanics.
We are not restricted to and/or from the Fleurieu Peninsula. We can arrange tours to anywhere in Australia and will pick up from anywhere in metropolitan Adelaide.Visit website
Groovy Grape Tours provides interactive tours, with local authentic experiences in a fun, informative and adventurous style, that embrace the indigenous cultures of the diverse destinations we visit.
Operations started back in 1997 with a 1-day Barossa Valley Tour and over the years we have expanded to showcase the best of Southern and Central Australia such as Kangaroo Island, Coober Pedy, the Red Centre, Flinders Ranges and the Great Ocean Road and Grampians. We operate locally in Adelaide, South Australia and work with local suppliers in each region we visit.
We are eco-aware, using sustainable practices and offering a value for money travel option which exceeds our customers expectations, while promoting Australia to the rest of the world.
Our Tour Guides are certified to educate travellers of the indigenous cultures and regions that we visit on tour. We believe that it is important for passing travellers to learn about the indigenous cultures, groups and people. This not only adds to your experience, but it gives opportunity for the indigenous groups to educate the world about their ancient culture.
We also keep it personalised by having small group tours, maximum 21 passengers.
Due to current health advice on social distancing, please contact the business for the most up to date information regarding opening times and services.
Join the Kimbolton team at their architecturally designed and award winning cellar door in Langhorne Creek. The cellar door is designed and purpose built utilizing a unique mix of high gloss navy industrial shipping containers with recycled timber and feature ply to create an earthy, modern setting among the vines.
Visitors to the cellar door can enjoy a tasting either inside or outside and enjoy the sweeping views across the family-owned property which has been in the family since 1947. Whilst visiting Kimbolton, visitors should ensure they take the steps up to the rooftop to enjoy views further across the picturesque Langhorne Creek Wine region.
Located 55 minutes outside of Adelaide, Kimbolton Cellar door offers visitors the opportunity to taste Kimbolton's traditional and alternative varietal wines.
Visitors may choose to partake in a Wine and Cheese flight where 4 local artisan cheeses have been carefully selected to match 4 Kimbolton wines. These matches are change seasonally.
Don't forget the kids! Kids cordial & cheese flights are available so parents and children can interact in a setting that is usually dedicated to the grownups. Kids flights include an activity sheet and packet of Kimbolton pencils.
We are also dog friendly. Your furry friends are always welcome at cellar door, there is a water bowl, doggy bags and we even have locally made dog treats for sale.Visit website
Located just 55 minutes outside of Adelaide, the architecturally designed Kimbolton Wines Cellar Door in Langhorne Creek has been created with sweeping views across the family-owned property which has been in the family since 1947.
The Kimbolton Cellar door offers visitors the opportunity to taste Kimbolton's traditional and alternative varietal wines. Soak in the amazing views of the regions vineyards whilst enjoying a glass of wine & regionally inspired platter from the top or bottom decks.
Visitors may choose to partake in a Wine and Cheese flight where 4 local artisan cheeses have been carefully selected to match 4 Kimbolton wines. These matches change seasonally depending on cheese and wine availability, but also so that there is always something new to discover at the Kimbolton Wines Cellar Door.
Don't forget the kids! Kids cordial & cheese flights are available during the school holidays so parents and children can interact in a setting that is usually dedicated to the grownups. Kids flights include an activity sheet and packet of Kimbolton pencils.
Kimbolton Wines also offers a variety of lawn games for the family to enjoy. Grab a bean bag or picnic blanket and settle in for the afternoon.
Dog friendly.Visit website
The Langhorne Creek Cruiser caters for 11 passengers travelling in chauffer driven air-conditioned comfort while touring and visiting the seven local cellar doors located in our exclusive Langhorne Creek Wine district.
Packages can also be arranged to include accommodation, lunch/dinner options at one of the cellar doors, local Bridge Hotel or one of the hotels/cafes located in the charming Strathalbyn township only 10 minutes travel from Langhorne Creek.
Pick ups and returns from within the Adelaide metropolitan, Southern Fleurieu and local areas can be arranged. Tours to other wine regions are also possible.
Enquire about using Langhorne Creek Cruiser for your next private function transportation - birthdays, weddings or any group event.
Smaller vehicle for intimate tours for two or three guests are available on request.
Join Mundoo Island Station and Coorong Tours and enjoy a unique one and a half hour mini-bus tour of a private sheep and cattle station on an island in the Coorong.
You will see the Coorong barrages, magnificent birdlife, Mundoo Island Station museum, old car graveyard, hovercraft and learn about the station's history since 1843.
Magnificent scenery and myriad birdlife will make your visit to Mundoo Island Station a memorable one. Bird lovers, photographers and artists will love this experience.
You can book specific bird watching or photography tours or book a longer time for an artist tour!
Self-contained farmstay accommodation is available. Enjoy the peace and serenity of island life overlooking the beautiful Murray mouth and Mundoo Barrage.
Also available are self-contained campsites (no facilities) adjacent the Coorong water's edge. Enjoy kayaking, fishing, swimming or simply relaxing with the amazing birdlife and sounds of nature.
Come and experience the last farm on the River Murray - where the river meets the sea.
Please note: access to Mundoo Island Station is restricted. Tour departure point is 3.5 kilometres along Denver Road, Hindmarsh Island.Visit website
Nestled on the shore of Australia's largest freshwater lake, Poltalloch Station is one of Australia's most historic pastoral properties. First established in 1839, John Bowman further developed it into a large thriving sheep station, whose descendents still farm beef cattle and sheep.
The guided tour takes about 90 minutes, in which time you will see the heritage-listed farm village and museum, and gain a feeling of the working life on a historic station. Highlights include the Shearing Shed, General Store, Carpenter's and Blacksmith's workshops, Machinery Displays, Stables and Barn, Groom's and Buggy rooms and the Homestead front gardens.
Refreshments can be served in the original shearer's quarters or guests may bring their own. Tour costs vary- please enquire direct when making a booking.Visit website