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Docking at Coorong National Park

Guided tours of the Murray River, Lakes and Coorong

Kayak the Murray River and experience Indigenous culture. See wildlife up close, book a tour or cruise down the Murray.

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The Murray River is Australia’s longest river. Its final 630 kilometres pass through South Australia. The only way to properly appreciate the river is up close. You’ll feel alive when you take a tour of the Murray River, Lakes and Coorong. 


Water-based tours

You can’t beat the serenity of cruising on the Murray River. Relive the river’s glory days on a restored paddle steamer or purpose-built vessel. Spend an afternoon cruising away from everyday life or visit parts of the Coorong only accessible by water.


Land tours

Group tours make visiting the Murray River, Lakes and Coorong easy. Enjoy the scenic drive from Adelaide in a coach or bus and listen to stories from a guide who knows the region. Learn about the Aboriginal connection to country at the Ngaut Ngaut Aboriginal Site or take a night tour at Big Bend and see some of the rare, nocturnal animals of the area.


Add a dash of adventure 

Feeling energetic? Then go jump, out of a plane that is. Go skydiving and view the river from a whole new perspective. See Murray River, Lakes and Coorong tours listed below.


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.

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.