Mannum Situated just 84 kilometres from Adelaide, Mannum is the birthplace of the famous Murray River paddle-steamers. This historic town retains strong links to its romantic river past. Today, Mannum boasts a bustling main street full of antique, craft, bric-a-brac and general retail outlets. There's also a huge range of eating options, from a scrumptious bakery, to cafes, hotels and numerous restaurants. Murray Bridge A thriving hub and the largest South Australian town on the Murray River, Murray Bridge is 80 kilometres east of Adelaide on the South Eastern Freeway. This bustling river city is less than an hour's drive
Sunnyside Reserve Lookout is a place to view the Murray River and wetlands with great scenic river views from an elevated position. Located approximately ten kilometres from Murray Bridge on the Karoonda Road. The Murray River is a picturesque site of houseboats, paddle steamers and happy, relaxed people. Sit back and relax while observing the beauty of this natural wonder.
The Lavender Federation Trail is a linear walking trail of 167 kilometres through diverse countryside traversing the eastern flanks of the Mt Lofty Ranges. The long distance linear trail currently extends from Murray Bridge to the Sturt Highway north of Truro but with spur trails allowing easy access to the main trail where it bypasses townships. In addition, loop trails allow walkers to start and finish at the same location. The loop trails are located at Murray Bridge, Tungkillo, Eden Valley, Springton, South Rhine and Moculta. In total, 224 kilometres of trail are now open for you to enjoy. The