Milang's mild winter days and cool summers make it ideal for holidays all year round. It is perfect for sailing, windsurfing and fishing or to just put your feet up and relax. Pack your binoculars as the lake's shores provide excellent bird watching.

The riverport of Milang was established in the early 1850's and soon became one of the busiest inland ports. Though now one of the quietest river towns, this all changes each Australia Day long weekend when Milang becomes the starting point for one of the largest freshwater sailing classics in the world.

It is a spectacular sight with hundreds of yachts of all sizes setting sail for Goolwa.

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Town Highlights

Yesterdays Power Rally

In late January collectors and enthusiasts from around Australia gather at the oval for a weekend of activities, showcasing machinery and equipment from by gone days. Milang Oval.  Click on the following link to see a Youtube clip of Yesterday's Power Rally.

Milang Goolwa Freshwater Classic

The largest freshwater yacht race in the Southern Hemisphere leaves from Milang in late January and crosses Lake Alexandrina making its way to Goolwa.  Around 200 yachts compete and create an excellent atmosphere in the town.

  • Above:  Boats moored at the Milang Pier


  • Above:  Milang Pier

  • Above:  Milang Foreshore

  •  Above: Milang Foreshore

 

 

Local Weather

Goolwa: Mostly Cloudy Today 16°C / 24°C

Strathalbyn: Shower or two. Today 15°C / 25°C

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