Outback Towns

Cadell

Located on the Murray River and steeped with history, Cadell is also famous for the Murray River Giant Pumpkin Competition.

About Cadell

About 165kms north east of Adelaide in the Cadell Valley lies the township of Cadell famous for its striking limestone cliffs that adorn the Murray River.

Home of the Cadell Harvest Festival – Murray River Giant Pumpkin Competition!

The riverfront reserve offers a place to moor your houseboat or take the family camping at the recreation and camping grounds, perhaps do a spot of fishing or just picnic in the great parklands where there free bbq’s and a playground.

If you take The Scenic Riverfront walk you will come across an Aboriginal Canoe tree, the bark was used to make a canoe for crossing the river and fishing.

Cadell wetlands – well known for its prickly bottle brush, abundant birdlife and bird hides.

Known for its beautiful citrus produce such as limes, oranges, grapefruit, tangelos, mandarins and lemons, Cadell Packing Shed offers tours by appointment and purchases can be made at the front office.

Cadell is a great base to explore the other local attractions such as the Cadell Museum, the Old pumping station Chimney and the Old Irrigation office.

Not far away are the wine regions of the Barossa and Clare Valley, the townships of Morgan and Blanchetown and the mining town of Burra.

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