Riverton Caravan Park is centrally located to explore the Clare and Barossa Valley. This picturesque park offers an adventure playground, free bbq's, spotless new amenities, powered sites, camping grounds and a range of cabins. Excellent sporting facilities include; golf course, tennis courts, walking/cycling trails, public swimming pool and bowling green. Nearby is a beautifully restored Railway Station with an exquisite gallery featuring local artist Robert Hannaford and The Scholz Park Museum has blacksmith and wheelwright shops in original working order. Resident Managers Wayne and Sharon Holloway look forward to hearing from you soon!
Walk or cycle along the Rattler Trail. This nineteen kilometre trail passes vineyards, farms and landmarks. Taste wine at one of the nearby cellar doors and browse through art galleries.
The Rattler Trail is an extension of the Riesling Trail. Opened in 2010, it was built on the former railway line that ran from Auburn to Riverton.
The Rattler Trail forms a loop trail within the Mawson Trail network. Enjoy the scenic views from the hills along the Mawson Trail.
At Riverton, the Rattler Trail starts from the oval. At Auburn, the trail starts at Mount Horrocks Station Café. There are public toilets in local towns and nearby car parking spaces in Riverton, Rhynie and Auburn.
Take your own bike or hire one in Auburn....
Riverton, the largest town in the Gilbert Valley, with a history based around the development of the railway line to Burra in 1869, is set among rolling hills and valleys, in an area growing and developing with a rich culture of hospitality. A town of gentle charm and history, Riverton is only a 90 minute drive from Adelaide.
A town rich in agricultural history, with many of the original buildings and cottages a feature of early architecture evident along tree-lined streets that dominate the township.
This delightful town continues to thrive as the commercial centre of a rich farming district with the local community active in preserving many of its significant heritage buildings....