From Berri turn left into Lower Winkie Road (signed “Murray River National Park Katarapko-Eckerts Ck”) After 3.75kms turn left into Migga Rd. (350m after the bitumen ends) DO NOT TURN OFF LOWER WINKIE RD. ON TO ECKERT ROAD BEFORE MIGGA ROAD. After 50m turn right onto the track signed “Eckerts Rd” (NOTE: this is incorrectly signed but is the correct road to take) Follow the track for 4.5kms to the T junction. Turn left, after 100m park on the left after crossing the Sawmill Creek regulator https://www.google.com/maps/@-34.3441839,140.549589,248m/data=!3m1!1e3
Berri Paddle Group – This Sunday 2nd August at 2pm.
6km loop trail through Mudic Creek, Pike Lagoon and connecting narrow creeks. Approx. 2 hours.
A very enjoyable trail with a few obstacles to go around/under/through (you won’t need to get out or your kayak for any of them)
Approx. 30 kms from Berri – approx. 25 minute drive.
Directions from Berri:
Drive through Paringa. 4.2kms after Paringa turn RIGHT onto the track directly opposite Wonuarra Road. Follow the main track (take the right track where it branches) for 1.4 kms to the launch point near a pump shed.
Or meet us at 1 Minocks St. Berri at 1.15pm to follow us.
Approx. 44kms from Loxton – approx. 30 minute drive.
Directions from Loxton:
Drive towards Berri and turn right onto Stanitzki Road. At the end of Stanitzki Rd turn LEFT onto the Sturt highway. 5.8kms along the Sturt Highway turn LEFT onto the track directly opposite Wonuarra Road. Follow the main track (take the right track where it branches) for 1.4 kms to the launch point near a pump shed.
Prior to June 5th 2020, works were being conducted along parts of Katarapko Creek to construct a blocking bank, regulatory structures and a better access road. This was completed on June 5th 2020and the park is now fully open. Looking for a Katarapko Update 2020? Let’s have a look at what has changed.
Where is Riverland SA? The Riverland is a region in South Australia’s east, centered around the Murray River, extending from the South Australia/Victorian border, following the river westwards as far as Blanchetown.