Grand Junction Island Loop Trail

Once off the Murray River, this 2-3 day loop paddle takes in backwaters through the semi-arid region of the Chowilla floodplain, an area largely...

Encounter Lakes Paddle Trail

A short paddle around Encounter Lakes. This fully enclosed waterway is surrounded by houses and ideal for novice paddlers.The launch point is from a...

Monoman Island Loop Trail

One day loop trail around Monoman Island Riverland Renmark (260km from Adelaide) - View in google map 14 km round trip Allow at least 1/2 day Easy None Visit BOM for...

Port River Exploration

Explore the working inner harbour of Port of Adelaide including Fisherman's Wharf, Hart's Mill and docks. Dolphins can sometimes be seen in the basin. Adelaide...

Paddling Adelaide

Tucked away in suburban Adelaide are some surprising and unique paddling destinations. Safely venture in your canoe or kayak to some very different places - all just a few kilometres from the city centre - and explore secret places and connect with nature. For instance, come to Port Adelaide to explore untouched mangrove forests and shipwrecks, all the while keeping an eye out for the local Port River dolphins, so welcoming and friendly, often-times joining you as you glide through the mangroves and backwaters.

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Port River Exploration

Swan Alley Creek

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North Arm Ship Graveyard

Onkaparinga River

Mawson Lakes South Australia

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