Renmark Water play & Riverfront

Discover, Riverland for Kids, Water Play

Renmark is the largest (and possibly prettiest?) town in South Australia’s Riverland and it is a great base for exploring the Riverland with kids. Renmark makes a beautiful family weekend or regional SA holiday break, with so much for the whole family to see and do, a visit with the kids is a must for your bucket list! We did the trip in around three hours from Adelaide.

We recently spent some time enjoying the FREE waterplay in the town centre, on the riverfront. Add a visit to your Riverland with Kids itinerary! You’ll also find an excellent visitor information centre here, along with picture perfect lawns and gardens, a paddle steamer to explore, bike hire and probably our favourite free Riverland activity – the driverless hop on hop off bus that loops the town of Renmark!

We LOVED the free water play feature captured in our images below. The meals at the Renmark Club were great too (and trust me not all Riverland clubs are created equal when it comes to food quality, we tried a few).

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