Week two of the Murray River Splash Festival has begun

Murray River Splash Festival swings into week two

As week two of the Murray River Splash Festival gets into full swing, more free fun and games by the river are scheduled for the week.

A range of family activities are organised from 10am to 3pm Thursday to Sunday, this week and next, at Sturt Reserve.

Rural City of Murray Bridge Mayor Brenton Lewis said many families who experienced the Festival last week would be back for more this week.

"Murray River Splash Festival is a fantastic and affordable way for families to create fun and lasting memories by the river," he said.

"We've had great feedback from families who came along last week and they are all saying they'll be back for more.

"Many parents are familiar with the challenge of keeping kids busy during school holidays without breaking the bank and the free activities Murray River Splash provides are the perfect antidote to break the boredom without breaking the bank."

Week Two of Murray River Splash runs from Thursday 13 until Sunday 16 January 2022, at Sturt Reserve.

Activities include giant hamster balls, inflatable X-treme fun run obstacle course, laser tag and lawn games, while on Thursday there will be Bunnings activities and a circus school.

Crowds will increase on Saturday with the Wakeboard SA Summer Series Round 4 and Rhyme, Grind and Climb youth event at Sturt Reserve.

Families can unwind on Sunday exploring the magical Eco Maze or cruising the river in style by booking for a free kayaking experience with Canoe the Coorong.

Some activities may be cancelled if Murray Bridge experiences extreme heat or weather conditions, so be sure to check the forecast and keep an eye on the Rural City of Murray Bridge Facebook page for any last minute updates.

Full program and booking details available at www.murraybridge.sa.gov.au/splash

In accordance with current emergency directions all activities will have a COVIDSafe plan - including COVID Marshals, cleaning, food safety handling, attendance numbers monitoring and appropriate signage. Patron safety will be prioritised.

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