Marne River in Flood

Marne Valley – Australian Contrasts

Revisiting an old road trip route provides opportunities to reflect on the contrast between floods and drought in the Marne Valley, South Australia.

The Marne River flows from the hills up near Springton in the Eden Valley and joins the Murray River at Wongulla, not far upstream from Walker Flat. It is mostly dry but does flood on occasion, providing the valley with a much needed boost.

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Michael G

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Adelaide based writer studying a Bachelor of Media. I'm obsessed with media, communications and digital storytelling. My passions are road trips, camping, hiking and my family. I write about things to do and see around South Australia and occasionally about media, design and communications related issues. Find me on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube @outdoorstype.

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