Products & Experiences
112 Olive Holiday Corporate Apartments
Style, seclusion and sophistication with comfort and convenience. Brand new and recently renovated, 112 Olive Holiday Corporate Apartments are two bedroom fully self-contained apartments with courtyards and off-street parking. Easy walk to the al fresco dining precinct, wave pool, central mall and retail strip and only a short stroll to the river or the tennis courts. Enjoy the peace of leaving the car parked, whilst you walk around sunny Sunraysia to the river, the retail strip, recreational activities or the al fresco dining precincts. The region is famous for its bright sunny days and clear blue skies, which generally allows you to partake and enjoy any activity all year round.
Australian Inland Botanic Gardens
- Category: Buronga-Attraction
Australia?s most unique Botanic Gardens, a prime example of what community spirit can achieve is on display at the Australian Inland Botanic Gardens. As the first semi-arid botanical gardens in the southern hemisphere, this is where the desert really comes into bloom. The plantings showcase a wide variety of Australian and exotic species, the centrepiece of which may be the rose garden featuring over 1600 colour co-ordinated bushes. On the last Sunday of each month visitors can enjoy a tractor/train tour through the gardens complemented by a light luncheon at the historic Garnpang homestead. Garnpang is open on weekends when visitors can relax over a coffee, tea or cool drink and browse through a selection of handcrafted gifts and cards. Entry to the gardens is free, donation appreciated.
Central Motor Inn Wentworth
The Central Motor Inn Wentworth is in a quiet location and is within walking distance to all facilities, major historic sites and the beautiful Darling and Murray Rivers. Enjoy a great meal or coffee in the cottage garden and the art displays from local artists. 150 years ago Captain Sturt was in Wentworth, and this is the site that he aptly named the Murray River. See what Captain Sturt discovered 150 years ago. Enjoy your stay at the Central with 25 well appointed rooms, swimming pool, spa, barbecue facilities and beautiful garden surrounds. The motel is close to town and 40 metres to Wentworth Services Club for night time entertainment. The river is a short stroll with cafes and galleries and regional craft works to see. As licensed travel agents, they are specialists for group bookings, coach accommodation packages and provide a fully licensed function area.
Coomealla Club Motel and Caravan Park Resort
Quiet country motel on two acres of lawns and gardens. Coomealla Club boasts a beautifully landscaped Motel and Caravan Park situated a short and picturesque walk from the Club and Golf Complex. Coomealla Club Motel and Caravan Park is a great place to relax and enjoy the sights with everything you need just a short walk away. The resort offers 27 motel rooms with both quality and deluxe rooms with an additional eight self-contained cabins with en suite. Continental or cooked breakfasts are available. In the caravan/camping section, we have eight powered caravan sites with en suite and 13 drive through caravan sites (no permanents). Relax or play on the large grassed area or in our swimming pool or cook up a feast in our shaded barbecue areas. For a more leisurely meal, both lunch and dinner is available at the Club.
Coomealla Golf Club
Coomealla Golf Club is the picturesque golf club on the banks of the Murray River. Situated right on the banks of the Murray River, the Coomealla Golf Club is arguably one of the country?s finest. The Golf Club offers a comprehensive range of facilities including a comfortable, air-conditioned clubhouse. Light snacks and meals are available, complemented by a well stocked bar. There is the welcoming Pro-Shop with a comprehensive range of equipment for sale and hire. There is also the popular outdoor barbecue area.
Coomealla Holiday Villas
Overlooking the mighty Murray River, you will discover the peace and tranquillity of our luxurious modern, fully self-contained villas, in a beautiful garden setting. Features 5 spacious 2 bedroom Villas, with separate lounge and dining room and fully equipped kitchen and laundry, are all tastefully decorated with style and ambience. Enjoy Golf, BBQ's, Fishing, Bowls, Boating, Pokies and Dining. Golf Packages and Family Reunions are our specialty. Just a short drive to Mildura, the centre of Sunraysia and the Historical town of Wentworth and surrounding National Parks.
Coomealla Holiday Villas
Overlooking the mighty Murray River, you will discover the peace and tranquillity of the luxurious modern villas, in a beautiful garden setting, backing onto the Coomealla Golf Course. Coomealla Holiday Villas consist of five fully self-contained two bedroom villas. Each villa has an undercover carport, and a free gas barbecue is situated in the garden. All villas have a fully equipped kitchen and laundry, and are pleasantly situated within walking distance to golf, bowls and the Murray River. See the Coomealla Holiday Villas website for current specials. Golf packages can be designed to suit individuals, couples or groups.
Coomealla Memorial Sporting Club
For more than 50 years the Coomealla Memorial Sporting Club has proved to be a popular facility for both locals and visitors alike. Located near the Murray River, the Coomealla Club offers a wide range of dining, accommodation, golf, entertainment, function and sporting facilities. For a relaxing weekend away or a fun night out, come and take part in their exciting promotions with chances to win prizes! A range of live entertainment is offered each week with regular top line circuit entertainers. Are you a sports enthusiast? Then come and try your hand at golf, workout in the gymnasium and sauna, try bowls (indoor and outdoor), darts, eight ball, billiards; or join the angling, cycling, triathlon or cricket clubs. Or for the armchair sports enthusiast there?s always the option of relaxing in front of Sky channel or of utilising the TAB.
Crown Hotel - Wentworth
Your host Peter along with the professional team at the Crown Hotel invite you to enjoy their friendly service and atmosphere. With over 25 years experience in the hospitality trade, the Crown Hotel staff are able to tailor their service to suit individual needs. There is a private function room that caters for 50 people and is suitable for all functions, with its own private bar and facilities. Motel arrangements are available with the convenience of having your meals and drinks charged back to your hotel room. This family friendly hotel offers the comfort of outside dining in the revamped beer garden. When you visit Wentworth be sure to enjoy lunch or dinner with a cold beer at the Crown Hotel, right in the middle of town.
Curlwaa Caravan Park
|Silver City Highway, Curlwaa, 2648||Website||Phone: 03-5027 6210||FreeCall:|
Looking for a peaceful park with large grassy sites away from the hustle and bustle? Then look no further, because the Curlwaa Caravan Park is set in eight acres of beautiful quiet, shady, spacious grounds alongside the Murray close to all the attractions. Facilities include a free gas barbecue, disabled access and facilities, fully fenced swimming pool, STD telephone, kiosk, fully equipped laundry, LPG gas and shaded grassed caravans and tent sites. Pet friendly - pets are allowed on a leash. This is the closest park to both Wentworth and Coomealla Clubs, golf course and bowling greens.
Darling Junction Motor Inn
Darling Junction Motor Inn is the place to stay for quality at affordable prices. They offer quality, modern accommodation 200 metres from Wentworth Services Club and town centre. The rooms are well presented and spacious. There is good off street parking plus a huge block for buses, trucks, campers, caravans and boats. Enquire about their fantastic rates and packages. A mini bus is available for hire - with driver or self drive - and is available for pick-ups from Airports and other locations. Charges do apply. Discount vouchers are available for guests for meals and drinks at the Wentworth Services and Sporting Club. Bookings can be made for Wentworth River Cruises at reception for the Thursday night meal/cruise deal.
Edge Hotel Motel
- Category: Buronga-Accommodation
Come and stay at the Edge Hotel Motel in the extensively facilitated complex. Not only can you enjoy quality accommodation, swimming pool and gas barcecue set in landscaped gardens; all rooms are conveniently located on ground floor and all parking at your doorstep. Simply walk next door to the hotel section of the establishment to enjoy affordable meals at Tutankhamun's Bistro, or relax in the bar and electronic entertainment. The Edge Hotel Motel also offers function rooms for your special occasion and a bottle shop for those wishing a quiet night in. Also at hand for the visitor is fishing, boating or just taking a relaxed look at what Sunraysia has to offer.
Elizabeth Leighton Bed and Breakfast
- Category: Buronga-Accommodation
Elizabeth Leighton Bed and Breakfast is located just four kilometres from Mildura. Experience gracious living at its serene best, in a new home, tastefully decorated and surrounded by extensive gardens. Relax on an upstairs veranda and delight in picturesque views of a tranquil billabong and the mighty Murray River. Waterbirds, including wood ducks, black ducks, teal, cranes, cormorants, pelicans and waterfowl are a special feature of this peaceful lifestyle. Meander through the gardens or enjoy a riverside walk. Be pampered with an indulgent breakfast served in the sunroom or on the veranda. The accommodation is unsuitable for children, pets, smokers and wheelchairs (due to stairs).
Elphicks Island Lodge
Elphicks Island Lodge is situated on the banks of the mighty Murray River 12 kilometres upstream from Lock 7, surrounded by the Lake Victoria State Forest and opposite Murray-Sunset National Park which includes Lindsay Island. Elphicks Island Lodge is an idyllic spot which accommodates between six and eight people on this pristine part of the river where the fishing is renowned. The island has been created by the natural pathway of a Murray River tributary called Coonpoor Creek. They provide a barbecue/party pontoon boat for leisurely cruises. Four canoes and two pedal boats are also available. The house has been originally constructed of native Murray Pine and they have tried not to alter the historical look whilst bringing it up to a very comfortable modern standard. The secluded island location makes this site ideally suited for bird watching, bush walking, or native wildlife spotting, as well as the fishing.
Fergie Memorial Statue
The ?little grey? Ferguson tractor wrote itself into the annals of local history through the integral part it played in saving Wentworth from the 1956 floods. Flood waters raced towards Wentworth via both the Darling and Murray rivers, resulting in a third of Wentworth going under water. Wentworth became an island in an inland sea. The tenacious will of the Wentworth people saw them stay and fight to save their town from ruin when all authorities were urging them to evacuate. During the floods the roar of the little Fergies could be heard 24 hours a day as volunteers patched and built crumbling and new levee banks to fortify Wentworth from the rising waters. An earlier monument to the town-saving Fergies was erected at the corner of Adelaide and Darling Streets in Wentworth in 1959 and still remains there to this day.
Fort Courage Caravan Park
Fort Courage consists of 70 acres of Murray River frontage and is the ideal base to fish Frenchman's Creek, Rufus River, Darling Anabranch and Deadmans Creek. It is a great area for fishing with Cod, Golden Perch, Redfin and Yabbies. Facilities include: three acres of assorted shade trees, lush green lawns, two large gas barbecues and gas Webber roasters undercover, shower and toilet block with laundry and public phone, concrete boat ramp and ample tables and chairs undercover. Day Visits - Fort Courage is available for family or group barbecues for a small fee. NSW fishing licences are available. Bait shrimp can be caught. Pet friendly - very small dogs may be allowed with van or tent and they must be on a lead at all times (permission required).
Gallery of China and Ceramics
|11-13 Adelaide Street, Gol Gol, 2739||Website||Phone: 03-5024 8722||FreeCall:|
The Gallery of China and Ceramics provides an outstanding array of traditional and reproduction antique pieces. A great range of individually hand painted Australian, traditional and reproduction antique pieces by local artist, Margaret Ruddick-Parke are on show. Margaret's meticulous work is available for sale in a wide range of designs and prices. Please ring prior to visiting as opening times vary.
Gol Gol Hotel
|Sturt Highway, Gol Gol, 2738||Website||Phone: 03-5024 8492||FreeCall:|
The award winning Gol Gol Hotel is located on the magnificent Murray River at Gol Gol in NSW, only 10 minutes from Mildura. The 'Golly' has a long history of excellent hospitality and entertainment. First licensed in 1877 it is one of the regions oldest venues which serviced the paddle steamers and Cobb and Co runs of yesteryear. A truly excellent and outstanding dining experience awaits you in the a la Carte Bistro with a diverse and authentic cuisine selection accompanied by a wide choice of local and imported wines. A high point of the dining experience is the alfresco facilities under umbrellas on the patio with mighty fine tranquil views across expansive rolling lawns to the river's edge. Adjacent to the patio is a family friendly bar - Lounge Bar 1877 - a new place to refresh with an old favourite menu selection. See you at the 'Golly'.
Harry Nanya Tours
- Category: Wentworth-Tour
Mungo National Park contains the longest continuous record of Aboriginal life in Australia, dating back over 50,000 years ago. Who's better to tell the story of Mungo, than the traditional caretakers of this land? Harry Nanya Tours has experienced Paakantyi Aboriginal guides leading the way. Tours explore Mungo National Park, departing from Wentworth, Mildura, or Mungo. The Mungo tour takes you to the enormous flank of clay and sand that make up the Walls of China, and which surround part of the ancient dried-up Lake Mungo. Harry Nanya Tours is named after Harry Nanya, one of the last Aborigines in NSW to live by traditional hunting techniques. About 1860, Nanya left his camp and vanished into waterless country with two women and a steel axe. He reappeared more than thirty years later, with 27 children. Harry Nanya Tours is an accredited Aboriginal owned and operated multi award-winning business.
Junction Island Nature Reserve and Canoe Tree
The Junction Island Nature Reserve and walking track is the shoal of land between the Darling and Murray Rivers. The junction sandbar is where a large number of Aborigines, armed with spears and weapons, threatened Captain Sturt as he sailed down the Murray on his expedition to find the inland sea. Luckily the Aboriginals were calmed down by four Aboriginals from across the river whom Sturt had befriended earlier and therefore the intruder's presence was accepted. You can visit the Island and stand on the footbridge between both the Darling and Murray Rivers or walk to the point where the rivers meet. Standing right in the middle of Australia's two greatest rivers is a unique Australian experience not to be missed. Flora, fauna, wildlife and birdlife abound within this island reserve. A canoe tree is located at the beginning of the walking track that leads to the point.