919 Wines is committed to the production of unique table wines from alternative varieties of great intensity and depth of flavour, which express varietal and regional character. Grown in the heart of the Riverland of South Australia from varieties especially suited to the climate, these wines are produced from low-yielding vines. Traditional winemaking methods and artistry are blended to create concentrated wines of exceptional quality.
Berri Direct offers a comprehensive range of local produce and gourmet foods. We offer a range of juices, drinks, Sunnyboys as well as canned fruits, dried fruits, smallgoods, chocolates, brandied apricots, olives, quandongs, kumquats, jams and our own homestlye tomato sauce is a family favourite. Gift baskets, giftware and souvenirs and much more, take the time to browse and experience the Riverland.
The Berri Golf Club has beautifully presented grass greens, fully irrigated, highly manicured fairways, gently undulating through mallee trees and native shrubs. There is a mixture of fairway greenside bunkers and doglegs placed to test your shot making skills.
The Berri lookout tower has been formed by converting a disused town water tower into a lookout. Wander up the 15.8 metre tower to get stunning views of the Berri Township and the Murray River.
Situated in Berri, the Cragg
Gilbert Street Gallery is a contemporary art gallery located in the heart of the Riverland. The gallery exhibits the works of the cream of the Riverland's art scene. Gilbert Street Gallery is the exclusive outlet for the work of the Riverland's own internationally acclaimed artist, Garry Duncan.
Loch Luna Game Reserve was established in 1985 and comprises 1,905 hectares. The reserve consists of a range of water bodies including narrow creeks and shallow swamps.
One of the Riverland's most popular picnic spots, Martin Bend Reserve is situated on the banks of the Murray River a short distance from the centre of Berri.
Australian award-winning themed restaurant, The Mallee Fowl is located on the Sturt Highway in Berri in the heart of South Australia's Riverland the restaurant is the most interesting place to dine out with an experience of good food served inside an old shearing shed filled with an eclectic array of Australian memorabilia.