The Riverland Wine and Food Festival is proudly presented on behalf of the Riverland Wine Industry Development Council, Berri Resort Hotel and Berri Barmera Council. The key objective is to position the region as a premium wine, food and tourism destination in South Australia.

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The South Australian Tourism Commission (SATC) is the face of tourism in South Australia and as well as many other things, it is a significant supporter of regional events. The Riverland Wine and Food Festival is one of the events which is supports, providing it with assets and support to ensure it grows and is well resourced.

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Riverland Wine is the face of the region’s wine industry, representing grape growers and wineries throughout the Riverland. The Riverland is an Australian powerhouse in wine production and a significant contributor to the South Australian economy. It continues to grow and develop, delivering a wine experience and international product offering with consistency, pride and professionalism. With over 1000 members, Riverland Wine is a significant contributor to The Riverland’s economy and community development.

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Only 2 1/2 hours drive east of Adelaide , the Berri Resort Hotel is one of the most enjoyable play and stay accommodation venues you’ll find in the Riverland. Perfectly positioned overlooking the Murray River and only 300 metres to the Berri CBD, the Berri Resort Hotel is the perfect choice for holidaymakers and business travellers. ”This is a highlight of the Riverland social calendar, and we’re proud to be part of it.” – Shane Roberts, General Manager

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The Berri Barmera Council is located in the Riverland region of South Australia with a population of 11,366 and was formed in 1996 as a result of an amalgamation of the District Council of Barmera and the District Council of Berri. The Council incorporates the townships of Barmera, Berri, Cobdogla, Glossop, Loveday Monash, Overland Corner and Winkie and covers an area of 50,845ha. The region has a well earned reputation for its tourism and outdoor lifestyle and sporting excellence.


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Salena Estate is a family-owned company making premium wines that redefine the standards for quality and value. Founded in 1998, Salena Estate is owned by Bob and Sylvia Franchitto. From the very beginning, Salena Estate’s objective was to become recognised as a maker of world-class wines that represent great value in any global market.

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The Kingston Estate winery was first built in 1985 on the corner of the family property next to the original vineyard and family home. Today the winery can be considered two wineries in one: the original winery and the modern extension. The original winery is where we make our small batch super premium wines giving us the flexibility and control to develop parcels of wine into exciting styles that truly reflect the varieties and regions from which they come. In addition to this our more modern, efficient and sophisticated winemaking operations allow us to make wine styles at all quality levels to the specific needs of our diverse global customers.


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Twenty Third Street Distillery is the new incarnation of a century-old landmark at Twenty Third Street, Renmark, in South Australia’s fertile Riverland. A series of mergers and takeovers unfortunately led to a rapid decline in activity at Twenty Third Street, until it ceased all production in 2002. But the spirit lingered. Enter our new team in 2016, fuelled by fresh creative passion, Riverland heart and a taste for the future.

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Wilkadene’s Woolshed Brewery, the Riverland’s only craft brewery set on the banks of the Murray producing unique, award winning ales and cider from the property’s historic 100 year old Woolshed.Open daily from 11am-5pm. Free bbq facilities for a self catered lunch. Local produce picnic packs available for a light lunch.

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The Taylor Group of Newspapers is the major media partner for the Riverland Wine and Food Festival. They own five South Australian newspapers and provide an in-kind contribution towards print advertising for the Festival in their papers which include: The Murray Pioneer, River News, Loxton News, The Bunyip, Mid North Broadcaster and Border Times.

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Capture the unique charm and character of the Renmark Paringa District, positioned on a sweeping bend on the magnificent Murray River, the towns of Renmark, Paringa and Lyrup form a significant element of our vibrant Riverland Community. Sporting lush lawns and rose gardens, national parks, river cruises, water sports, houseboat holidays, modern shopping facilities and good community, financial and health services, makes Renmark Paringa the ideal location for holiday makers and experience seekers alike. Stay a while and enjoy our superb dining venues, great selection of accommodation options and sample our local wines and produce. The Renmark Paringa District has a population of over 9,500 and is home to a variety of industries from horticulture, viticulture and agriculture and also has a thriving retail and tourism sector.

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The District Council of Loxton Waikerie has a population of approximately 12,000 people with approximately 3,350 residents in the Loxton township and 1,760 residents in the Waikerie township. The main industries which exist within the district are wine, fruit (particularly citrus fruits) vegetables and wheat. The District Council of Loxton Waikerie covers an area of 7,957 square kilometres and shares boundaries with Berri Barmera, Renmark Paringa, Mildura Rural City, Mid Murray, Southern Mallee and Karoonda East Murray Councils. The district is a perfect holiday destination offering long hours of sunshine, a relaxed lifestyle and beautiful views along the Murray River with its sandstone cliffs and tall eucalyptus.

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Established in 1903, RAA continues its long and proud history of serving the motoring related needs of South Australians and residents of Broken Hill.