Renmark is situated on a sweeping bend on the magnificent Murray River.
The Renmark climate is dry, with year-round sun, and is situated 258km north-east from Adelaide by road. The Renmark area is known for grape growing (under irrigation), winemaking and for the production of high quality dried fruits. Stone fruits such as apricots, peaches, plums and varieties of citrus, avocados and nut crops thrive in the soils and climate of the Renmark Paringa District.
The town is also abundant in riverfront picnic spots and for the water lover; we are the perfect Murray River location for water activities such as water skiing, kneeboarding and wakeboarding.
Renmark is home to Liba Liba Paddlewheel Houseboats, which were the first houseboat fleet on the Murray River. Just outside Paringa, the lookout tower, located part way along Murtho Road towards the Wilkadene Woolshed Brewery and Customs House presents a panoramic view over the golden limestone cliffs at Whirlpool Corner and the river plains. Renmark is a convenient launching pad for journeys into the region’s internationally significant conservation parks, including the Riverland Biosphere.
For further information please go to Visit Renmark, the website of the Renmark Paringa Information Centre.
Thanks to Grant Schwartzkopff Photography for all of the photography on this page.