Campsites Murray River SA

Nrvna

New Member
#1
G'day all

Been itching to go away! June long weekend is only time I have free off work so me and the missus are heading off. We're looking at going up to the Woolshed Brewery up in Murtho but have no idea where we should camp.

Any ideas anyone?! Looking at staying near the Brewery on the first night then adventure our way up the river until we decide to head back home so any sites near the brewery and further up the river will be greatly appreciated!

Also how hard is it to find sites up that way? Haven't been up there for quite some time so wanna know if we can just keep driving til were done and find a secluded campsite or if we'll struggle to find somewhere.

Cheers!
 

mac_man_luke

Well-Known Member
#2
Nice area around there.

Near the brewery there is the border cliffs campsite which is not bad, just a few kms back towards Paringa
or further up the road at customs house but from memory they were more fenced in type spots in a gravel carpark.

Further east along the river there is heaps of options in the Lindsay island area, all bush camping and mostly unmarked on maps so you just need to explore.
 

barcher

Well-Known Member
#3
G'day all

Been itching to go away! June long weekend is only time I have free off work so me and the missus are heading off. We're looking at going up to the Woolshed Brewery up in Murtho but have no idea where we should camp.

Any ideas anyone?! Looking at staying near the Brewery on the first night then adventure our way up the river until we decide to head back home so any sites near the brewery and further up the river will be greatly appreciated!

Also how hard is it to find sites up that way? Haven't been up there for quite some time so wanna know if we can just keep driving til were done and find a secluded campsite or if we'll struggle to find somewhere.

Cheers!
Always interested where good breweries are. If this one lives up to there website might have to plan a trip out that way.
 

Nrvna

New Member
#4
Nice area around there.

Near the brewery there is the border cliffs campsite which is not bad, just a few kms back towards Paringa
or further up the road at customs house but from memory they were more fenced in type spots in a gravel carpark.

Further east along the river there is heaps of options in the Lindsay island area, all bush camping and mostly unmarked on maps so you just need to explore.
Cheers mate, I'll definitely check out those sites!

Always interested where good breweries are. If this one lives up to there website might have to plan a trip out that way.
Hahaha too easy mate. Looks good on paper, I'll let you know how the beer tastes ;)
 
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