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Ngak Indau Wetland, Berri, Riverland SA, by kayak

The Ngak Indau Wetland includes a marked walking trail, but is also a lovely kayak spot with plenty of birdlife.  The walking trail is a 4.8 km, 1.5 hour loop which loosely circumnavigates two…

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kayaking the narrow winding creeks of Loch Luna

Using Google Earth to plan your Murray River kayak trip

Kym’s recently been doing a number of “study tours” of the creeks and backwaters in our area, covering almost 300km by kayak.  (It’s a tough job, but somebody’s got to do it!)   So he…

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kayaking on narrow creek past reeds and trees

Ajax and Achilles Barge Wrecks – a bit of Murray River History, in the Riverland

The Ajax and Achilles Lakes, little known by Berri and Loxton locals, are located less than a kilometer from Lock 4, and less than 6km from Berri (as the crow flies).  If you’re wondering what…

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camper at dawn, sitting between tent and kayaks

The Demise of the Giants?

The stark dead gums lining the edges of many sections of the Murray River and its backwaters, are almost iconic of South Australia’s Murray River.  These pale giants certainly enhance the beauty of the river,…

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solitary kayaker on the water at sunrise, with houseboats - aerial view

The minimalism of kayaking

We love that kayaking is so low-impact.  No fuel emissions, no noise pollution to scare away the birdlife and wildlife, very little impact at all on the land, sliding through the water silently, traveling with…

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5 reasons why you shouldn’t own a kayak!

  The Murray River is a beautiful and ever-changing place, and enjoying it via kayak, at your own speed, by your own strength, and delving into whichever nooks and inlets take your fancy, is both…

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kayaker in touring kayak, with bedroll on back.

Loch Luna kayaking

    Where is it? This short video was made to showcase Loch Luna kayaking.  Loch Luna is one of our favourite kayaking spots. It is a wetland located between Kingston-on-Murray and Barmera, not…

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