Loxton is a town on the south bank of the River
Murray in the Riverland region of South Australia.
At the 2011 census, Loxton had a population of
3,795. It is a service town for the surrounding
districts. The area near Loxton is a significant citrus
fruit and summer fruit growing area. Loxton is also
the main town for the northern part of the Murray
Mallee which is a dryland farming and grain
Known as the ‘Garden Town of the Riverland’,
Loxton’s beautifully maintained gardens have
been adapted to the changing climatic conditions,
and the town is now a recognised leader in the use
of low-water, sustainable landscapes, and
testament to the proud community spirit that
exists in Loxton.