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Narnu Farm, Hindmarsh Island

Situated on Hindmarsh Island at the mouth of the River Murray. The property is a good base for touring historic towns of the Fleurieu Peninsula and Southern Vales. Guests are invited to help feed the animals and hand milk the cows. Horse riding with indoor area facilities also available.

Accommodation Options

Early Settlers

One double bed, two single beds and one bunk bed with trundle bed.


One double bed and one bunk bed with trundle bed.

Shearers Quarters

One double bed, two single beds and four bunk beds.


One queen size bed, one single beds and two bunk beds.

Shepherds Hut

One double bed and one bunk bed with trundle bed.


One double bed and one bunk bed with trundle bed.


One double bed and one bunk bed with trundle bed.

Popular Activities

  • Horse Riding
  • Shopping
  • Sightseeing

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