Riverside Shack at its best
Located in the tranquil river town of Wellington, this could be your very own and much-deserved sanctuary from a busy schedule!
Nestled amongst a myriad of established trees and large grassed areas, the solid brick holiday home has a generous open plan living area with a modern kitchen and adjoining meals and living area with combustion heater and ducted air conditioning. There are 3 bedrooms all with ensuite to accommodate family and friends.
Down at the water edge is a protected bay created by willows on either side and a jetty to moore a boat. Ideal for swimming, skiing, boating or just relaxing.
The riverbank can be used to ski from and is reasonably easy to tie up a boat on the bank.
The jetty is currently under maintenance but will be available in the future
Located 105 km south-east of Adelaide, Wellington is a small settlement on the banks of the River Murray.On the northern side of the Wellington Ferry, you'll discover the beautifully restored Pangarinda Arboretum. Perfect for nature lovers and bird watchers it's a great place to see how nature can be restored to a damaged environment.
Just an hour's drive from Adelaide, Monartois home to the largest open range zoo in Australia. Across more than 1,500 hectares, see giraffes, rhinos and chimpanzees (just to name a few). The animals can be viewed from either the walking trails or regular shuttle bus.
Hike, bird watch and picnic within the Ngarkart Conservation Park. Explore and find some of the 120 native bird species, included are the yellow-tailed black cockatoos and honeyeaters. Enjoy a lovely picnic with local produce or even hike to Tyms Lookout.
Cruises range in length from one hour to aDay Tour Cruises which stop regularly at points along the river for on-shore guided walks to secluded lagoons, national parks or indigenous sites.
Hire a canoe or kayak and paddle your way through the secluded backwaters of the Murray River. For the adventurous, speed-boating, jet-skiing and water-skiing are always fun pursuits.
Famous for wild-caught Coorong Mullet this region also produces cheeses, great wines and virgin olive oil and other artisan food products.
One of Australias most iconic parks, the Coorong, is a 130-kilometre expanse of saltwater lagoons and striking scenery. To fully appreciate the Coorong's magic, hit the walking trails, paddle, kayak or four-wheel drive (4WD) along designated tracks to unspoilt places. You can even learn from a local and join a Coorong tour.
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