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- We did a tasting here and ended up having lunch. Food was great and so were the gins! We ended up buying a bottle of their Tropical Gin which is amazing.Written 27 October 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Now the massive floods have passed, leaving evidence on upturned trees, shifted sandbanks and new growth emerging along the banks, taking a houseboat from Renmark, and finding a perfect camping spot opposite the Headings Cliff was a magical way to holiday. Add a few friends, and good food and wine to create your own adventure.Written 31 May 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This homestead and museum was extremely interesting to see. The museum has countless exhibits plus the old homestead is amazing to see still in its original condition.Written 6 June 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The Barmera railway line was the second railway built to develop the Murray Mallee region of South Australia and until 1982 this bridge formed part of its journey. The bridge was designed by the South Australian Railways and fabricated by Perry Engineering of Adelaide. It opened on 31 January 1927.
It was built as a road-rail bridge with both the Sturt Highway and Barmera railway lines using the same reservation. Maintenance cost were shared equally between both parties.
The bridge consists of a vertical-lift span 24 m long which can rise 9.1 m in one and a half minutes. The vertical-lift span is opened still for river traffic... you will note there are boom gate arms that come down to block access onto the bridge at these times.
I really do love something about old bridges... it could be the classic look or the idea that once it didn't exist and what was in it's place...if anything.Written 25 May 2023
- Lovely meal and atmosphere for a family lunch. We ate burgers & a delicious pork belly salad. The dessert was amazing as well. Nice setting, looks like it would be a great spot for a wedding reception too!Written 22 August 2020
- We are only in Renmark for a few days and wanted to maximise our time here so we called in to see what we could do. The lady we spoke to was very helpful and we are now booked onto a cruise tomorrow and have a list of places to visit of the remainder of the time.Written 26 May 2023
- Highly recommend, the possums come down the trees after sun down. Very gentle, even allowed a little pat, great experience for all agesWritten 19 September 2023
- This was a neat and pleasant park with a good view of the Paringa Bridge and a little way from Lock 5. Bert Dix was a yoing man from Renmark who went to France in WW1 and ws killed in Fromelles.A fitting memorial.Written 2 May 2022
- Could have spent hours pottering around. An incredible range of old bric a brack. It was like every nanny's kitchen cupboards, sideboards, buffets and special cabinets have been emptied into one place. Well worth a visitWritten 13 September 2022
- Beautifully maintained lawn, very clean toilets and a free electric BBQ along with an interesting depiction of how the lock system was constructed plus the added bonus of watching houseboats navigate through the lock provides an interesting spot by the riverWritten 15 April 2021
- Was very excited to visit as I’m a brandy drinker. Tasting was amazing. 3 beautiful brandies offered and chocolates to accompany. Very informative staff member Alan, exceptional knowledge and passion for the product and his job. Not pushy and very relaxing experience. Well worth my visit and a highlight of my trip. Next time will definitely do the tour.Written 10 March 2021
- Two nice painted silos telling a story of Renmark and Paringa. There is a shelter where you can read about the silos and the story behind the paintings.Written 29 May 2023
- This place was a hidden gem. Fantastic for kids as they can touch and climb on everything *a rarely these days. Well worth a look if you are in the local areaWritten 1 January 2021
- Pretty desert area located 30 mins from Renmark but feels like hours from anyone. Only self sufficient travellers with a proper vehicle should travel hereWritten 24 October 2019
- This 600 year old River Red Gum root hung over a clay bank, it fell into the river in the 1917 flood and had to be repositioned onto the bank because it was a hazard.
Frank, a local man decided he could do something with this. He had to gain permission from the authorities for its relocation. A chain saw large enough to cut the root statement from the 2 metre diameter trunk had to sourced , then that took three hours to complete the cutaway. With the aid of a houseboat, they created flotation mechanisms to move it. The root itself had a 15 hp outboard motor fastened to it. The journey took 40 hours to move it at 2km per hour to its new destination. The log was removed from the water near the historic bridge to be placed where it is today.
There are 11 black stumps in Australia and they say that Paringa's is the largest... but I do wonder if that is just men bragging about the size. :)
It's a bit of fun ...so I suggest you stop to look at it. And as a side feature that is the smallest information centre in Australia as well... sort of ... in a comic type of way. When you see it you will appreciate it I am sure. :)Written 25 May 2023
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