Visit Murray Bridge
The mighty Murray River is the lifeblood of Murray Bridge; providing recreation, jobs and a lifestyle that is the envy of others.
Our proximity to the river, and convenient distance from Adelaide and the eastern states, has seen Murray Bridge transform into the Murraylands’ largest regional and commercial hub and a popular visitor destination.
The region is spoilt with spectacular natural landscapes, laid-back country towns and plenty to do for the outdoor adventurer or those just wishing to wind down and relax.
Today, visitors to Murray Bridge are offered an array of water-based, nature and cultural experiences from the wonder and excitement of the Monarto Safari Park to picnicking at one of our beautiful reserves on the banks of the Murray River. Water sports are extremely popular including skiing, cruising, fishing, kayaking and jet skiing.
Whether relaxing on the foreshore with a fishing rod and esky, having fun on the water, enjoying one of our spectacular sunsets on a warm summer evening, there is no denying that our part of the world is truly unique. A region filled with beauty, history, wildlife and fun - all you need to do is start exploring.