What to buy now Murray River Trails launches new river safari By TTG Asia / Posted on 13 September, 2022 13:46 South Australia’s Murray River Trails has rolled out an immersive five-day/four-night Safari to River’s End, a tour that showcases the region’s Riverland all the way to the Coorong and Murray Mouth. From the redgum and red cliff lined meandering Murray River to the spectacular white sands and dunes of the Coorong and the Murray Mouth, guests will learn the stories of these regions, their wildlife, their history, and their cultures. The new Safari to River’s End is a showcase of wildlife, history and culture; photo by John Daw Nature enthusiasts are rewarded with two Wetlands of International Importance integrated into the programme – The Riverland Ramsar Wetland and the Coorong and Lower Lakes Ramsar Wetland. These support rich and diverse wildlife including migratory waterbirds from the Northern Hemisphere. Host Jamie Bishop has been key in the development of this tour and provides a wealth of local history based in the Little Scotland precinct of Goolwa. Teaming up with founder of Canoe the Coorong – Brenton Carle and his passionate guides, guests will spend a day exploring the Murray River mouth region including a special cooked fish lunch in the dunes. Local foods including Murray Cod, Coorong Mullet and Mulloway and local wines add to the authenticity of this tour.