The Murray River is a great and ancient river system. Fed by tributaries across one third of the Australian continent, the Murray River courses its way through South Australia's rugged outback gorges on its final journey to the Southern Ocean. The Coorong is one of Australia's most significant wetlands and national parks full of Aboriginal culture, wildlife and wonderment.

Discover the hauntingly beautiful and dramatic Murray River with its unique flora and fauna and old riverside ports. Watch aboard a relaxing cruise as the river flows past precipitous sandstone cliffs, giant redgums, and vast wetlands. You can take day or overnight trips on the Murray, travelling the same routes the paddle steamers did. There are other water-based activities too, including water skiing and canoeing, or you can just hike along the banks and marvel at the scenery.