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Golden Limestone Cliffs
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Heading directly west, the Murray is virtually uninterrupted by any towns. The next major town is Renmark which was also established in the late 1800's through the irrigation scheme. The Riverland region is the largest producer of grapes in South Australia and offers a diverse range of experiences. Renmark is also near the Bookmark Biosphere Reserve. A special area recognised internationally as an area of natural, social and cultural value with a focused theme of sustainability. A series of billabongs and waterways make exploring the river a unique and diverse experience.
It's from the NSW, Victorian and South Australian borders that the Golden Limestone Cliffs begin to show their presence. A series of smaller towns from Renmark offer a variety of river experiences including Berri, Barmera and Loxton and were established as a small-scale irrigation settlements on communal lines. As the Murray still heads west the diversity still unfolds. Sensational cliffs that will amaze the new traveller and yet still leave experienced Murray tripper looking in amazement. A houseboat holiday or paddlesteamer cruise is the best way to see these cliffs.
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