My Riverland Bucket List

I think it’s safe to say I have experienced the majority of activities from my list of 25 Riverland activities.

However, there are some things I haven’t done in the Riverland and probably shouldn’t stake my claim as a local until I have conquered them all.

Hence, I am officially creating my Riverland Bucket List with the aim to tick these off over the next 12 months.

Stay tuned because I will as always, be sharing my experiences with you here on the blog, facebook, instagram (riverland_unearthed) and even snapchat (rivunearthed)!

  1. Go ridin’ on the horses at Benson Park in Waikerie

  2. Visit the Riverland’s oldest winery, Angove Family Winemakers, and learn about and taste their iconic St Agnes Brandy in Renmark

    my riverland bucket list

  3. Go back in time at The Village in Loxton

  4. Sleep under the stars in absolute comfort at Pike River Villas (villas have a stargazing ceiling over the beds)

    Riverland bucket list
    Image Credit: Pike River Villas
  5. Experience and learn about almond, wine, fruit and beer production on The Flavour Safari around Renmark

  6. Listen to the rhythmic churning of the paddles of the PS Industry while cruising the Murray past the stunning Renmark riverfront

  7. Stretch out with a swim in The Frames‘ heated pools in Paringa

  8. Find out what Water zorbing is all about on Lake Bonney at Barmera

    Riverland bucket list
    Image credit: Ian Howarth

What else do you think I need to experience and add to my Riverland Bucket List? Comment below



3 Comment

  1. I think a visit to the new distillery that is opening up soon would be pretty high on my list!
    And the Flavour Safari – what a great idea!

    1. Riverland Unearthed says: Reply

      I was excited to find their page on Instagram last night @renmarkdistillery can’t wait for it to open! The flavour safari is a great initiative, something that I think could be developed in Waikerie and Loxton also! hope you come to visit soon!

  2. Ruth Strout says: Reply

    Kayaking on the Murray and backwaters (out of Renmark is terrific), especially now, as it’s so beautiful with all the frogs, birds, echidnas and … so much wildlife. Swimming in Lake Bonney when a little warmer. Cycling – road, track, paths – so many options. Running anytime but particularly Renmark parkrun a 5km timed run for free every Saturday at 8am next to the Renmark Visitor Centre on Murray Avenue, and a cuppa afterwards at Smokehouse Cafe or Renmark Club or Renmark Hotel and… what a view of the mighty Murray River. Checking out the Murray Man Triathlon at Lake Bonney, Barmera- what a spectacle on the weekend of the 5 & 6th of November 2016, the set up is amazing and on Sunday morning is the Long Course National Championship with competitors from around Australia and even o/s. Enjoy our beautiful environment! Thanks Lauren.

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