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The Riverland is a couple of hours from Adelaide, and perfectly located for a few days of rest and relaxation while you travel between South Australia and the eastern states. There's a good reason why nearly half of South Australia's wine grapes (and 90 per cent of our oranges, stone fruits and nuts) are grown in the Riverland.

Cruise among great little riverside towns in your own floating home during a Riverland holiday.

Stop for a round of golf at some of the best courses in South Australia; or explore charming pioneer villages and internationally renowned bird sanctuaries before getting down to the serious business of food and wine.

Riverland Wine and Food,Known as the engine room of Australia's wine industry, the Riverland has a growing reputation for premium and boutique wines. Taste the variety at cellar doors including Hardy's, Berri Estates (the southern hemisphere's largest winery and distillery), Simeon and Angove's, plus smaller operations such as Burk Salter Wines at Blanchetown and Bonneyview Wines at Barmera.

On the food front, you can taste stone fruits, citrus and almonds at roadside produce stalls throughout the region, or look out for great outlet centres like Berri Direct in Berri.

Paddle a canoe into the backwaters of the Murray at the Loch Luna Game Reserve or Katarapko Creek in the Murray River National Park. They're ideal canoeing holiday spots for novice paddlers and families. And at Chowilla Creek, near Renmark, you can paddle into three states (South Australia, Victoria and New South Wales) in one day. Pick up a canoe trail brochure at local visitor information centres.

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