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Mannum, Murray River

Murray River, Lakes and Coorong region: food & wine

From Coorong Mullet to oven-baked pizzas and boutique wine; try food and wine delicacies in the Murray River, Lakes and Coorong region.

Irresistible regional produce
In quaint towns bordering the Murray you'll find gourmet cheeses, cured meats, fresh fruit, vegetables, and a range of mouthwatering small-goods.

Stock up on fresh seasonal produce. Taste oven-baked breads, pizzas, honey and olive oil at the weekly Murray Bridge Farmers Market.

Enjoying food and wine on a houseboat holiday

Stock up on fresh seasonal produce and have yourself a wonderful dinner overlooking the Murray River.

Fresh produce straight from the locals

Grab some famous Coorong Mullet from a friendly fisherman's stall along the Princes Highway. If you're feeling adventurous, try and catch some yourself! The region is prized for its Angus Beef and nearby Jervois is well-known for its dairy farms. 

Mypolonga is the place for apricots and oranges. Stop at The Big Olive at Tailem Bend for olive oil tasting and a cup of well-earned coffee.

For a spot of wine tasting, take a short drive to Willow Point Wines, just south of Murray Bridge. Visit Heward Estate Wines at Mannum, which bottles under the name of "Mannum Cliffs Wines". 

Goolwa was once a thriving river port; the last on the Murray River before it reached the Southern Ocean. Today, it's a busy regional centre with pubs, a micro-brewery, restaurants and cafés.

Murray River - float at your own pace

Drift along at your own pace on the Murray River. Get out on the water with Unforgettable Houseboats, drop in for a drink at Caudo Vineyards and Wilkadene Woolshed Brewery, or simply find a perch and watch the world flow by.