Is there a train station in a town close to Murray Bridge? To get from Murray Bridge to Adelaide.

Not a fan of buses, is there a town close by that we could drive to to get a train to Adelaide. I know the Overland comes through Murray Bridge but that is only certain times a week.
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KathieW
KathieW Thank you so much for taking the time to answer my question Bogg, I appreciate it! I was aware of the Overland as we have been through Murray Bridge on that train. Unfortunately you can't just go away for a day and come back on that train so I was wondering if there was a train station not too far to drive to that could take you in the morning and you come back of an evening? Or at the very least the next day?
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Bogg
Bogg Yes now I understand what your asking. I am unsure but I don"t believe there is. Only bus options to Adelaide. There used to be a service by train to Adelaide and return years ago as I once used it but it was a 3-1/2 trip each way. I don"t think there is a train service like this from Murray Bridge and return. Sorry.
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KathieW
KathieW Thank you Bogg. May I ask you another question please? Not knowing South Australia very well, I don't know the bush fire risk areas... would Murray Bridge be in a bush fire area? Also does the town have a flooding problem? thank you for taking some of your time to answer my questions.
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Bogg
Bogg We are not in a high risk area for bushfires but we have had some fires on the outer edges of the town from time to time in Summer but definately nothing that would threaten the town in any major way. As for flooding there would be a small risk at the rivers edge should there ever be a major swelling of the river but this has only occurred about twice in 60 years and would only affect a property near the rivers edge. The majority of the town is well above the river line. I hope this helps.
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KathieW
KathieW Thank you once again Bogg for taking time out of your day to answer our questions..appreciate it.
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Bogg
Bogg My pleasure Kathie.
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