Holiday & Caravan Park in Barmera Riverland
In and around Lake Bonney Holiday & Caravan Park
The award winning Barmera Main Street Markets, cater for the whole family.
Held in Barmera's main street, Barwell Avenue, the markets comprise a large variety of stalls including clothing, craft, woodwork, jewellery, artwork, books, furniture, fruit, vegetables, homewares, dvd's, condiments, plants, food and coffee. From one market to the next there is usually some different stallholders mixed in with the regular favourites.
Outstanding and memorable wine, food and nature experiences. Four self-guided walking trails through magnificent wetlands with story centres, information huts and bird-viewing hides.
Built originally as the pumping station for vineyards and horticultural crops, the Museum displays a range of steam engines. Steam and diesel locomotives pull the train through the museum grounds.
3 Feb 2019
One of the best dinghy races in the world, the Red Bull Dinghy Derby has been delighting crowds for 38 years. Dozens of boats scramble their way to the finish line on a whopping 95km course. Come check out the action in Renmark this February.
20% off at Loveday 4x4 Adventure Park Loveday 4x4 Adventure Park is on 8000 acres of private property, encompassing all the environmental features to create a perfect place for 4 wheel driving adventures. If you're staying at Discovery Parks - Lake Bonney, receive 20% off all activities at the park when booking online using the code word Isuzu.
Fun for all ages with a huge maze, Burmese rope bridge, wave bridge, mini basketball, flying fox, crazy leaning towers, slippery dip and lots more. Free entry.
Nearby Loxton host the annual Loxton Lights Festival from November 25 - December 31st. Full of Christmas spirit the festival includes carollers, light displays, santas walk, a christmas craft fair and community carol night
Explore the north side of Lake Bonney, the remnants of the hotel built for former workers of Cobdogla Station. Interpretive information about the ruin is located at this historic site.