There is so much to see and do in the Riverina! Whether it's history and culture you're into, or food and wine, art galleries, adventure or sport, outdoor adventures or scenic drives you can find it here in the Riverina. The Riverina's natural assets are some of its most popular attractions - from our National Parks, to our lakes and rivers - however the region offers so much more.

Heritage tourism experiences are abundant and you will find interesting and quirky museums and galleries in nearly every town and village. With more than 600 events held throughout the region each year, there really is something for everyone. To see what else you can see and do while in the Riverina for the Taste Riverina Festival visit the Riverina Tourism Website.

From backpackers, camping grounds, caravan parks, and bed and breakfasts, to farm stays, hotels, motels and self-contained accommodation, the Riverina has somewhere for you to rest, relax and rejuvenate after a day of experiencing Taste Riverina. The Riverina has a variety of accommodation options to suit every visitor. Visit the Riverina Tourism Website to see all of the accommodation options within the Riverina.


There is so much to see when driving around the Riverina, it is best explored by car. The Riverina is readily accessible by major highways from Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra and Adelaide. The area is also serviced by air, rail and coach companies. For more information on getting around the Riverina click here.