Berri SA in Summer
Posted: 10th February 2020
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Summer along the South Australian Riverland is the perfect time to visit with dry, Mediterranean days and balmy nights. Full of activities for all ages, Berri offers the perfect holiday destination. We’ve compiled the ultimate guide to summer in the Riverland, stay with us at the Big River Golf and Country Club!
Twenty Third Street Distillery
Iconic to the Riverland, Twenty Third Street Distillery has been resurrected from its original built in 1914 with twenty-first century technology. With gin tastings available, as well as The Distillery Restaurant onsite. The Restaurant distils fresh Riverland produce, artisanal goods and modern flair into a relaxed, contemporary dining experience.
Photo via (IG) @_adelady
Berri Bridge Mural
Tucked away underneath the Berri Bridge this mural depicts the Aboriginal heritage of the area. The mural is on a large slab of jarrah bolted to the underpass of the bridge with a circle of totem poles. The story of the mural is based on the Ngurunderi Dreaming story of the origins of the Murray River.
Canoe Adventures – Kayak Tours
The Riverland is home to a remarkable network of wetlands and waterways where you can hire a kayak, canoe or sit-on-top to do your own exploring. Canoe Adventures also host guided relaxed tours on canoes and overnight canoe camping. Peruse through the wetlands at your own pace on a canoe and enjoy the shade!
Photo via (IG) @canoeadventureriverland
Chocolates and More
Chocolate lovers rejoice! Visit the chocolate factory at Monash, which is ideally located opposite the Monash Adventure Park. The shop has a range of chocolates for sales, specialising in cream centres.