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Near Renmark, South Australia, Australia

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Cammies Antiques
The largest range of antiques and collectables in the Riverland. Furniture, china, tools, books, enamel signs, garagenalia, there is something for every collector. We also have a good range of locally made jams, relishes and olive oils. Browsers are welcome, ample parking available (even for caravans and buses) and coffee is free. Ask about free delivery to Sunraysia and Adelaide areas. Open 7 days from 9am.

Frank Harding Galleries
A lifetime of research, interest in Australian History has resulted in this unique collection of art/memorabilia. Gallery 1 - view Australia's largest unique mural depicting Australia's most famous Bushrangers, with audio commentary. Gallery 2 - They Flew for the King - aviation paintings from WW2. Each painting has been carefully researched and includes a signature of the pilot to verify accuracy and authenticity of events featured. Open by appointment.

Angoves Pty Ltd Winemakers
Five generations of Family Owned Winemaking excellence - the staff at Cellar Door Sales invite you to sample their fine range of premium Wines, Stones Green Ginger and other fortified wines. Open Monday to Saturday 9am-5pm and Sundays 10am-4pm.

Olivewood Historic Homestead and Museum
The home of the Chaffey Bros, founders of Australia's first irrigation settlement in Renmark in 1887. View pinelog home, early photos and memorabilia. Light luncheon by arrangement. Closed Wednesdays. Open Tuesday 2pm-4pm, Thursday to Monday 10am-4pm.

McCormick Centre
The Centre contains a 115-seat lecture theatre; research and teaching laboratories; catering facilities, a reception area for visitors to be used by regional nature based tourism operators; public education displays about the Murray-Darling Basin that will introduce users to the region's natural resources and ecosystems.

Renmano Cellar Door & Gallery
Compliment your stay in Renmark with a visit to our Cellar Door Sales, where staff will be pleased to show you our range of award winning wines available for tasting. Open 9am-5pm Monday to Friday, 9am-4pm Saturday, 10am-2pm Public Holidays and Sunday of Long Weekends.

Ruston's Rose Garden
Enjoy 27 acres of flowering trees, shrubs, camellias, hibiscus amongst 50,000 rose bushes. The largest garden in Australia. Delight in the scenery from the lookout or just wander through the Garden. Enjoy a coffee while browsing in our shop and looking at our Classic Car Display. Open daily 9am-5pm.

Kahlon Estate Wine
This winery is a state of the art, modern and clean facility in which modern and advanced technologies combined with traditional methods come together to produce wines bursting with flavours of the grapes from which they are made. The company produces the unmistakable and easily recognisable brand icon of "Longtail" which also displays an emblem of an Australian Kangaroo on its label. Monday-Friday 8am-5pm. Weekends and Public Holidays 10am-4pm.

Paringa Bridge
The Paringa suspension bridge is one of only 4 still spanning the River Murray. Opened in 1927, the lift span still opens to allow river cruisers and houseboats to ply the waters of the Murray. Opening times are at 9.30am and 2.30pm Monday to Friday depending on the river traffic.

Lock 5
Situated in the township of Paringa, Lock 5 was built during the 1920s to regulate the flow of the River Murray. Open to the public between the hours of 9am-4pm.

Banrock Station Wine and Wetland Centre
Visit the award winning Banrock Station Wine and Wetland Centre to learn about its conservation programs, follow boardwalks among the wetlands, or relax on the observation desk, tasting wine and enjoying the stunning vineyard views. At Banrock Station, you can taste the wines that 'help save our earth'. Banrock Station believes the earth is our most precious asset. Its exciting and innovative Wine and Wetland Centre has resulted in Banrock Station being listed as a Ramsar Wetland of International Importance. Manager Tony Sharley has helped to blend wine tourism and ecotourism by incorporating nature trails and guided tours into the Banrock Station experience. Banrock Station aims to expand the sponsorship of wetland conservation projects throughout the globe. And part proceeds of every Banrock Station bottle and cask sold in Australia is donated to Landcare projects around the country. Enjoy a refreshment or light meal from our regional menu. The Banrock Station, in South Australia's Riverland, is a wonderful way to enjoy much of what the earth has provided - visit soon