Coorong Imaging is both a gallery and a working studio, displaying the works of award winning digital media artist Lindy Downing. Situated in a newly, rustically renovated 150 year old stone hut, the studio displays photographs and digital media featuring local fauna, flora and landscapes. Lessons on digital imaging and software applications are also available by prior arrangement.
The Goolwa Community Arts and Crafts Shop is stocked with goods made by local crafts people. You will also find a range of jams, pickles, biscuits, woodwork, toys, art and china painting, children and adult's clothes, original cards, lead lighting, SteamRanger souvenirs, baby wear, jewellery, bags, unique Manchester, leather work, novelties and gifts.
The Goolwa Golf Course is a nine-hole course of 4,936 metres with a Par 60 and an Australian Course Rating of 64. It has scrapes with two greens in play and others being developed and non-irrigated fairways.
Goolwa Motor Museum exhibits classic cars from all over the world. There are 45 cars on display from the 1920's to the 1970's including some unique one offs. The museum is right in the heart of the beautiful riverport town of Goolwa where you can enjoy attractions such as the cockle train, paddle steamers and the Murray Mouth.
Goolwa Wharf Markets is held on the first and third Sunday of each month, as well as other special event days. You will find a myriad of goods on offer with around 80 stalls. Whether you just want to look around or to have a cappuccino or maybe a massage, there is something to interest just about everyone.
The ever-popular guided penguin walks are a favourite to visitors to this area. The tours commence at dusk every night. Participants are part of a small group and accompany a professionally trained guide to view the penguins as they come ashore after a days fishing. The penguins make their way to their burrows where they can be seen displaying various behaviours, depending on the season.