- The Glenelg River is one of Australia’s most popular fishing destinations.
- The Glenelg estuary provides salt water habitat far upstream for a wide range of fish, including mulloway, bream, mullet, salmon trout and estuary perch.
- Aboriginal people lived in the area for many thousands of years and had an intimate knowledge of its geography, flora and fauna, all of which had great spiritual significance.
- The Glenelg River has carved a spectacular gorge up to 50 metres deep through limestone and river erosion has created a remarkable cave.
People who love and depend on the Glenelg River have many memories and insights to share – of canoeing across the paddocks, of cockatoos screeching overhead, and of caring for country.