Murray River Visitor Guide : Murray River Visitor Guide 2016
37 Perfect Place for a Holiday Situated approximately two hours from both Adelaide and Mildura, Waikerie is perfect for a holiday or stopover. Call into the Waikerie Visitor Information Centre to speak with a local and let us show you all there is to discover in the Waikerie district. Centrally located in the heart of town, open seven days (closed Good Friday and Christmas Day). WAIKERIE VISITOR INFORMATION CENTRE Strangman Road, Waikerie Ph: (08) 8541 0708 Email: email@example.com www.waikerie.com riverland towns | rivertime.com.au McCoy Street, Waikerie • Phone 8541 2999 • www.waikeriehotel.com WAIKERIE HOTEL MOTEL • Recently refurbished 4.5 Star hotel rooms with all modern facilities • Indoor and outdoor areas, TAB/KENO, gaming (Gamble Responsibly 1800 858 858) and Sports Bar/Tavern with big screen TV Same hotel, brand new look Ian Oliver Drive, Waikerie Ph: (08) 8541 2488 Fax: (08) 8541 3313 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.kirriemuir.com.au ★★★✩ Star Rating Situated in a quiet orchard setting adjacent to the River Murray. Executive units with spas, two room family suites, disabled persons unit. Also fully self-contained ensuite cabins. Free barbecue area and half court tennis. KIRRIEMUIR MOTEL & CABINS 49 Peake Terrace, Waikerie Ph: (08) 8541 2651 or 1300 668 151 Email: email@example.com www.waikeriecaravanpark.com.au A new state-of-the-art riverfront caravan park will open in early 2017 in Waikerie. The new park will feature brand new cabins, large drive-through sites and facilities including swimming pool, playground, jumping pillow, camp kitchen and full river views. The current caravan park is fully operational and open for business. Please contact our friendly staff, follow us on Facebook or visit our website to follow the progress of the new park and to make a booking. New Park Opening 2017 WAIKERIE CARAVAN PARK WAIKERIE 179 kilometres from Adelaide map reference C2 Established in 1894, Waikerie is surrounded by citrus and fruit orchards and hectares of grapevines. Today, the town is popular for water sports of all kinds, while golf enthusiasts will enjoy the 18 hole golf course. For spectacular river views follow the Cliff Top Walk and Lookout or the 5 kilometre Hart Lagoon walking trail, the entrance is located opposite the Waikerie Caravan Park. Attractions include Rain Moth Gallery, Riverglen View Art Studio, Havenhand Chocolates, Illalangi Gourmet Foods, and the Nippy's Factory Direct Sales Outlet. The kids will enjoy seeing kangaroos and emus at the fauna reserve near the caravan park. BirdLife Australia's Gluepot Reser ve, approximately 50 kilometres north of Waikerie, is a birdwatcher’s paradise and also offers 14 walking trails and excellent camping facilities. WINKIE 235 kilometres from Adelaide map reference B2 Winkie provides access to Katarapko in the Murray River National Park and offers plenty of opportunities for fishing, hiking and canoeing. Katarapko Creek is a popular fishing spot for Golden perch and yabbies.