Lock 11 is an important lock on the Murray. It is surrounded by a lovely green park with benches, and it's fascinating to watch as the paddle steamers and other boats come chugging round the river bend to approach the lock, then bob about in the lock as the water level changes to allow them to pass to the rest of the river. It's educational for the children to watch, and there is plenty of bird life on the foreshore here. Shade - there are some large trees but there isn't any other shade. It is possible to access Lock Island from here, which makes for a pleasant walk under the trees surrounded by water. There is ample parking, and wheelchair access. It's definitely worth a visit.
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