You'll find Visitor Information Centres and outlets throughout the region to help you make the most of your stay
Visitor Information Centres can help you make the most of your time in South Australia
. You'll notice them by the bright blue and yellow "i" signs that they display. These accredited centres are open seven days a week and provide you with all the information you'll need for your travels around South Australia.
You can grab brochures and maps there. Wherever you go in the Murray River, Lakes and Coorong
region, don't hesitate to drop into a Visitor Information Centre.
The staff can tell you about local attractions you shouldn't miss, the best places to stay, where to dine and much more. They should know. The Visitor Information Centres are staffed by locals who are keen to share their knowledge.
Mannum Visitor Information Centre
6 Randell Street, Mannum
Telephone: +61 8 8569 1303 or 1300 626 686 (within Australia)
Murray Bridge Visitor Information Centre
3 South Terrace, Murray Bridge
Telephone: +61 8 8539 1142 or 1800 442 784 (within Australia)
Visitor Information Outlets
These outlets are identifiable by their white “i” on a light blue background and will provide a limited amount of information. Generally these outlets are within an existing business. Opening hours will vary.
Mallee Tourist and Heritage Outlet
Railway Terrace, Pinnaroo
Telephone: +61 8 8577 8644
Meningie Visitor Information Outlet
The Chambers, 14 Princes Highway, Meningie
Telephone: + 61 8 8575 1770
Meningie Information Hub
49 Princes Highway
Telephone: 1300 785 277
Tailem Bend Visitor Information Outlet
Railway Terrace, Tailem Bend
Telephone: +61 8 8572 4277