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Cammie's Antiques
Paringa
Cammies Antiques is located at Paringa, in the Riverland, and has the largest range of antiques and collectables in the Riverland. They stock a huge range of goods including furniture, and collectables such as china, books, radios, kitchenalia, tools, garagenalia, enamel signs and much much more. There really is something for every collector. They also stock a wide range of locally made jams, relishes and olive oils.
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Chocolates and More
Monash
Chocolate lovers rejoice! Visit the chocolate factory at Monash, which is ideally located opposite the Monash Adventure Park.
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Cobdogla Irrigation And Steam Museum
Cobdogla
The Cobdogla Irrigation and Steam Museum was originally built as the pumping station for the district's vineyards and horticultural crops
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Gilbert Street Gallery
Berri
Gilbert Street Gallery is a contemporary art gallery located in the heart of the Riverland. The gallery exhibits the works of the cream of the Riverland's art scene. Gilbert Street Gallery is the exclusive outlet for the work of the Riverland's own internationally acclaimed artist, Garry Duncan.
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Goanna Hill Gallery
Paringa
You can meet Stephen Everingham the resident artist at the Goanna Hill Gallery, which is located at Paringa in South Australia.
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Historic Overland Corner Hotel
Overland Corner
Bushrangers, overlanders, ghosts and a beer! The Historic Overland Corner Hotel is both pub and living museum. This historic hotel was built in 1859 on the site - 'Overland Corner' - which had become a popular resting place for drovers.
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Loxton Historical Village
Loxton
The Loxton Historical Village has an aura of old world charm. When entering the village you will feel like you have been transported back to the late 1890's when the Loxton Township was just being developed. Foundations for the Loxton Historical Village were laid in 1970 when Loxton National Trust branch built a pug and pine replica of 'Loxton's Hut' - there are now over 45 fully furnished buildings and sites depicting and preserving the history and way of life of early Riverland settlers. Several buildings are home to the 1956 Murray River Flood exhibition, an amazing collection of photos showing the heartbreak and destruction.
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Mallyons on the Murray
Morgan
Mallyons on the Murray Bush Cafe and Gallery is a very special place not to be missed.
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Marterdom Gallery
Renmark
For those who want something different, Marterdom Gallery offers for sale, wearable art by experienced Riverland dressmaker and costume designer Lorraine Marter. Each article is a one only garment, made from stunning fabrics in beautiful colours. Also available are hats, bags and jewellery. The gallery is perfect for picking up truly unique gifts for friends and family.
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Morgan Museum
Morgan
The Morgan Museum is situated in the Landseers building and overlooks the lawn riverbank area and the ferry.
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