March Av Max – 26.9
April Av Max – 23.9
March Av Max – 24.7
Apr Av Max – 20.6
March Av Max – 26
Apr Av Max 22.2
See the map below for locations of the 4 Aus3Days events. There are many accommodation options in Adelaide, Adelaide Hills and Murray Bridge that are within easy driving distance of all arenas, typically within 30 minutes to 1 hour.
This opens the tourism regions of Adelaide Hills and Lower Murraylands for you to choose from, as well as the city.
Orienteering SA has arranged low-cost tent and trailer camping from Thursday 28 March to Sunday 31 March (departing 1 April) at the Monarto Sporting Complex, which is only 15 minutes’ drive from Murray Bridge shopping and restaurants and next door to Monarto Safari Park. Bookings can be made through Eventor.
See below for more about accommodation and things to do in the region.
Here are some tips for finding the right place for you on accommodation websites like Booking.com, StayZ and AirBnB.
When searching accommodation or camping apps and websites, the main areas to look for are:
Murray Bridge Showgrounds has some well-priced RV spots, powered and unpowered – must be self-contained and must book early. No tents. Email: email@example.com
Murray Bridge Tourist Park promises “clean facilities and a friendly smile”. https://www.murraybridgetouristpark.com.au/
As well as the Monarto Sporting Complex offer , you’ll find at least half a dozen bush camping sites in this general area on apps like WikiCamps and HipCamps. They range from very basic to a few mod cons.
HipCamp Australia https://www.hipcamp.com/
Monarto Safari Park
Monarto Safari Park is the big attraction in the area: it’s now the largest safari experience outside of Africa. Spanning more than 1,500 hectares and home to more than 50 species of exotic and native mammals, birds and reptiles, you can fit every major zoo in Australia inside the park and still have land left over. The park is 60 minutes (70 km) from Adelaide and home to some of Australia’s largest lion prides and giraffe herds.
Adelaide Hills & Murray Bridge
Here’s a list of the top things to do for people visiting the Adelaide Hills/Murrraylands regions:
Hahndorf: This historic German village, too kitsch for some, offers a good sausage and a relaxed tourism experience.
Cleland Wildlife Park: If you haven’t hade enough native Australian wildlife, including kangaroos, koalas, and emus. You can even hold a koala and learn about these fascinating creatures.
Hike to Mount Lofty: The highest point in the Adelaide Hills offers hiking trails of varying difficulties. The summit rewards you with panoramic views.
Wine Tasting: The Adelaide Hills is a renowned wine region, producing cool-climate wines so a visit to a cellar door won’t go amiss.
Mount Lofty Botanic Garden: For a leisurely walk, the garden showcases a diverse collection of plants, including rare and endangered species
Art and Culture: Explore the local art scene by visiting galleries and studios showcasing works from talented local artists.
Stirling Village: For shopping, cafes, and Stirling Hotel, it’s definitely worth a look, as are Bridgewater and Aldgate.
Adelaide Hills Farmers’ Market: Open on the weekend, an opportunity to taste and purchase fresh, locally grown produce and artisanal products.
Historic Railway: Ride the heritage steam train, the SteamRanger.
Murray Bridge Bunyip: This iconic sculpture of a water creature known as the Bunyip is and unmissable photo opportunity.
Aviation Museum of South Australia at Langhorne Creek showcases the history of aviation in South Australia.
Places to Eat
If you know where to go, Adelaide rarely disappoints for eating out. The city is known for its small bars and eclectic eating establishments.
There are many restaurant precincts but a favourite is Gouger Street around the Central Market – head towards Victoria Square and you can’t go wrong for cuisine choice. Being Easter you should check to see what’s open in advance and you might need to book.
For more on local food experiences, check out The Forager, part of the InDaily online news site:
Adelaide Hills Visitor Information Centre
Our opening hours:
Location: 68 Main Street, Hahndorf, South Australia, 5245 (Hahndorf Academy building)
Phone: (08) 8393 7600
Murray Bridge Visitor Information Centre
Drop in and get advice, maps and ideas or book your next adventure or overnight stay.
The Murray Bridge Visitor Information Centre is a fully accredited Visitor Information Centre staffed by passionate, knowledgeable locals.
The Visitor Information Centre is open seven days a week with the exception of Good Friday and Christmas Day.
The Centre is open:
Monday to Friday: 9am to 4pm
Saturdays: 9 am to 3pm
Sundays and Public Holidays: 10am to 2pm