• Come to Blanchetown for its uncrowded waterways, sheltered river bends and sandy banks. This is a popular spot for waterskiers and you can also watch the large riverboats that pull into Blanchetown each week. Blanchetown's towering cliffs are famous for the grand views of their changing colours. Attractions include the Brookfield Conservation Park - a breeding ground for Hairy-nosed Wombats - and the Burk Salter Wines cellar door. This is where the Murray River's lock and weir water flow management system starts. The system was constructed along the river in the 1920s and 1930s to help control the water level

  • Blanchetown Hotel
    Blanchetown Hotel

    Located at one of the gateways to the Riverland, The Blanchetown Hotel is a 150-year-old

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