Installed in February 2009, the River Boat Trail travels along the South Australian section of the River Murray from Border Cliffs to Goolwa and across Lakes Alexandrina and Albert.
This trail highlights state heritage listed places and shipwrecks along the river and tells the stories of the people, settlements and vessels that made the Murray a major inland highway from the 1850s to the mid 20th century.
The River Boat Trail also presents stories of the vital transport and supply network that was established on the river system.
River Boat Trail pamphlet
River Boat Trail booklet*
*NB This booklet was produced in 2009 when the Department for Environment and Water was known as the Department of Environment and Natural Resources.