River Country Adventours was formed in the early 1990’s and has become one of the best tourism experiences in the State and a leader in adventure tourism.
River Country Adventours have canoes for hire and safari along most sections of the Goulburn and Murray Rivers with camping and self-guided canoeing from two to eight days catered for.
In addition to canoeing, River Country Adventours have coach tours including winery and eco tours. They can also arrange for special flight tours to places of interest within Australia, such as Lake Eyre, Birdsville and Ceduna where you can go whale watching.
River Country Adventours offer a range of different types of tours, including half day or full day options from a range of locations.
Visit the website or email River Country Adventours for more information.
Australian Tourism Accreditation
From $65 to $100
River Country Adventours Yambuna safari starts at 10:00am or a prearranged time, the Yambuna safari begins on the banks of the majestic Goulburn River.
Paddling with the gentle current, you will follow the river as it slowly meanders through the pristine Australian bush towards the Murray River.
Enjoy your lunch on a remote sandbar in the midst of the thick forest.
The safari finishes at Yambuna Bridge in the afternoon, and you are driven back to your campsite, car, or public transport connection point.
This camping and canoeing tour has been developed for backpackers and people who love the outdoor life and a bit of adventure.
The Paddle and Wine is a two day canoeing safari from Seymour to Tahbilk Winery at Nagambie. About 50 kilometres self guided safari. Minimum four people in two canoes.
Includes transporting the group back to Seymour. Please call or visit the website for more information.
If you love camping and the Australian bush, but are not too keen on putting up tents and setting up the camp, then River Country Adventours has the tour for you.
Everything is completely set up prior to your arrival at the Wyuna campsite which is just over two hours due North from Melbourne and 25 kilometres East of Echuca on the Murray Valley Highway. All you need to bring is the bedding and food for the camp,
Once arriving at Wyuna you will be escorted to the camp.
The next morning you will be driven the appropriate distance upstream and you can spend as much time as you like slowly paddling back to the campsite.
The next morning after another fabulous night in the bush you paddle off downstream to Yambuna Bridge, where you will be met and driven back to the campsite to pack up and head home.
The River Country Adventours Kanyapella Safari begins at Wyuna, just over two hours due north from Melbourne at the Wyuna campsite.
Paddling slowly with the gentle current towards Yambuna Bridge. Taking your own lunches which can be enjoyed on a remote shady sandbar along the way. The tents and camp will be completely set up, leaving you plenty of time to enjoy the pristine surrounds, do a spot of fishing or just relax in the bush listening to all the birds.
On day two they will get you going and back on the canoes down the river. The camp is dismantled and erected again further down stream.
On day three, taking your own lunches, you paddle off downstream on the last leg of the journey. The river flows through the southern section of the Barmah Forest, a natural habitat for many species of water and forest birds. The safari concludes at Stewart’s Bridge in Kanyapella and your vehicles will be shuttled to the finish.
All you need to bring is the sleeping bag or doonas, something to sleep on, a pillow, food and refreshments for the camp and safaris and a sense of adventure.
On day one, River Country Adventours will escort you to your campsite which will be furnished with an industrial portable toilet, water and firewood if required. Vehicles are safely parked here.
The group will be driven to Coy’s Bridge where you will paddle downstream to your campsite. Paddling time around three and a half hours.
On day two the day is taken up paddling on to Yambuna Bridge some three to four hours away. Here you will be met by River Country Adventours and driven back to the camp, where you can stay another night or just pack up and head for home.