You know Mannum is really the hidden gem of South Australia. Grab a coffee and sit by the riverbank and just be. Take a great walk about the town and get to experience our dynamic and interesting history or you can get active and go canoeing, skiing or take a river cruise. Really, Mannum is all yours to explore.
The Mannum Bowling Club on the banks of the Murray River, overlooks Mary Ann Reserve’s tranquil picnic setting. A short walk from town brings you to the exciting nine hole fully greened, tree lined fairways of the Mannum Golf Club.
There are many tourist and native walks in and around Mannum. Just past the ferry and caravan park is a peaceful bird sanctuary with great picnic grounds. On the outskirts of the town the nature lover will discover the magnificent Mannum Waterfalls. The falls generally flow in winter and it’s not recommended you walk from Mannum township in summer.
Mannum is a great base to explore the nearby regions of the Barossa Valley, Adelaide Hills and Fleurieu Peninsula and along with old ware and photographic museums, Mannum offers water sports, fishing and dining in a serene and picturesque river setting.
Enjoy the winter sunshine and the shady river spots in summer and whether you visit for the day or stay for a few, Mannum is full of exciting and interesting things to do.