It’s true; Morgan on the Murray River is one of the Riverland’s best kept secrets.

You’ll really be surprised when you visit us. We can offer you the best of all worlds on the Great Nor’ West Bend of the Murray River…yeap, we’re top of the Murray.

At the height of the paddle-steamer era, Morgan was the busiest river port in South Australia and has preserved its history for you to enjoy and explore.

We don’t live in the past. Morgan knows how to move and shake offering some of the best watersport fun in Australia along with outstanding food and wine from Cadell. You choose what you want. You’ll soon discover Morgan is a great spot to experience the Mighty Murray River.


Morgan is situated approximately 165 kilometres (2 hours) north-east of Adelaide and is an oasis on the banks of the mighty Murray River.

Once a busy river port and rail precinct, Morgan has been preserved to take you back to the bustling days of trains and trade.

A holiday destination with magnificent and extensive river reserve filled with adventures. The original Station Master’s House offers you visitor information and regional produce, the old ticket office is now the ‘Old Wharf Craft Shop’ and the heritage listed Morgan Wharf offers great views over the river.

The business district overlooks the panoramic riverfront and includes two hotels, a caravan park, Carmines Antiques – bric a brac, accommodation, houseboats and Morgan Riverfront Cafe.

Morgan offers daily cruises with the MV Barrangul, or you can enjoy a leisurely walk amongst the living heritage.

Bring the family and enjoy the paddle steamer play structure, the PS Morgan, a life size replica the kids will love steering down the river.

River history is everywhere in Morgan and as you take a leisurely walk amongst the river red gums you will see the PS Canally under restoration.

Make the Port of Morgan your next destination and base to visit the riches of the Riverland.

Full information on these and more local Morgan experiences contact the Morgan Visitor Information Centre.