Around the Riverland

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Looking down on the wetlands of the Loch Luna area

Loch Luna: a kayakers’ guide

One of South Australia’s iconic paddling locations, Loch Luna Reserve includes Chambers Creek, Nockburra Creek and the 2 lakes of Loch Luna. It offers sheltered, slow-flowing flatwaters, in an especially scenic and interesting location…

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colourful kayakers on tree-lined Gurra Gurra creek

Berri Kayaking Group 2021-2022 Season

We hold paddling trips weekly during term time, during daylight savings, on Thursdays at 5:25pm, getting off the water at approximately 7pm.

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kayaking through Eckert Creek

Where is Riverland SA and how do I get there?

Where is Riverland SA? The Riverland is a region in South Australia’s east, centered around the Murray River, extending from the South Australia/Victorian border, following the river westwards as far as Blanchetown.    It is…

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Guided Sunset Kayak Tour

Kayak Tour at Sunset: A great time to be on the water Sunset & Sunrise are magical times for a kayak tour on the river.  That’s when the waters are often mirror-flat, the reflections are…

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brothers having fun in kayak, pushing off from bank

At what age can I take my child kayaking?

(Note: This information is relevant to kayaking in protected flatwater – which is what we have in South Australia’s sunny Riverland.) We’re occasionally asked if we have restrictions on children kayaking. We love getting children…

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kayakers on Nockburra Creek

Paddle and Lunch 8-6-19

Edited Jan 2020 – During terms 2 and 3 (when the Berri Kayaking Group is not meeting weekly) we still occasionally get together on the weekend for a paddle outing. In 2019 we enjoyed paddling…

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kayaking on Ajax Achilles Lakes

Online bookings for Parks SA National Parks Campsites

We were really pleased to see the introduction of online bookings for Parks SA campsites (National Parks) in 2017.  The website –  https://www.environment.sa.gov.au/parks/booking   includes a pdf map of the area, an image of each…

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kayakers travel under branch on tree lined narrow creek

Katfish Reach

Katfish Reach is 38 km of creeks and wetlands starting just downstream of Berri in the heart of South Australia’s Riverland. It includes some of the best camping and canoeing spots along the Murray. Abundant…

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double touring kayaks being paddled on the river, loaded with bedrolls etc.

School Group Kayaking/Canoeing Support and Instructors

Support for all school kayak/canoeing activities Canoe Adventures provides support for all school kayak/canoeing activities, and specialize in OUTDOOR EDUCATION , CLASS CAMPS AND  KAYAK/CANOE CAMPING. Levels of Support Offered We can assist you in…

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Bird watching in South Australia – Riverland

Bird  watching by kayak – a novel (and effective) approach! Here’s a different approach to bird watching in South Australia:  Picture yourself in the front of a double kayak, camera in hand. You are…

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