Goolwa

  • Historic Goolwa stands at the mouth of the Murray River on Lake Alexandrina and derives its name from an aboriginal word meaning elbow. Every type of water sport is available in Goolwa, and if you don't own a boat you can always hire one. Hindmarsh Island and the Coorong provide kilometres of unspoiled wetlands and at the end of the day you can enjoy award winning local wines. It's an ideal destination, just over an hours drive from Adelaide through breathtaking countryside. The nearby Murray Mouth is renowned for its mulloway fishing, while surf fishing from Goolwa Beach is usually

  • Encounter Bikeway
    Encounter Bikeway

    Located on the beautiful Fleurieu Peninsula (approximately 90 minute drive from Adelaide city), the Encounter

  • Paddle Steamer Oscar W
    Paddle Steamer Oscar W

    The Oscar "W" is a steam driven wood fired 106 year old paddle steamer built

  • Goolwa Community Arts And Crafts Shop
    Goolwa Community Arts And Crafts Shop

    The Goolwa Community Arts and Crafts Shop is stocked with goods made by local crafts

  • Hutt River Internet Cafe
    Hutt River Internet Cafe

    While you're holidaying in seaside Goolwa, visit the Hutt River Internet Cafe to keep in

  • Tourist Drive Route 50
    Tourist Drive Route 50

    Tourist Drive Route 50 is 73 kilometres of breath taking coastal and rural scenery. On

  • Canoe the Coorong
    Canoe the Coorong

    Canoe the Coorong offers all-inclusive, guided kayaking tours of the Coorong, Murray Mouth and Goolwa

  • Coorong Imaging
    Coorong Imaging

    Coorong Imaging is both a gallery and a working studio, displaying the works of award

  • The Steam Exchange Brewery
    The Steam Exchange Brewery

    The Steam Exchange Brewery, located in the centre of the historic Goolwa Wharf Precinct, revives

  • River Dolls Of Goolwa
    River Dolls Of Goolwa

    River Dolls of Goolwa sell local art and craft work, pre-loved dolls and the highly

  • River Boat Trail
    River Boat Trail

    During the latter half of the nineteenth and early twentieth century's the River Murray was

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