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Riverbush Holidays, Berri

Riverbush is 38 acres of natural bushland, which sweeps down to its own private River Murray frontage. Riverbush boasts a concrete boat ramp and a shady lawned area perfect for boating, picnics or fishing. The cottages are far enough apart from each other to feel secluded. We have a large lawned oval to swing a golf club or kick the footy and playground equipment for the kids. The Riverland offers an abundance of tourist attractions and some of the best sporting facilities – golf courses, bowling greens, tennis courts and town swimming pool all close at hand. Berri is only three kilometres away and offers excellent hotel, restaurants, shopping centre and regional hospital. Renmark, Barmera, Loxton, Paringa, Monash and Cobdogla are all within a short drive and there are local wineries to visit. Riverbush is within walking distance of the Wilabalangaloo National Trust Reserve and the Big Orange. Winner 2005 Riverland Tourism Awards – Alternative Accommodation.

Accommodation Options


One queen bed, four singles and double lounge sofa.

Popular Activities

  • Bush Walking
  • Fishing - Estuary
  • Swimming
  • Fishing

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