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Yarrawonga Hotel
8.8 Excellent
35 Belmore Street, Yarrawonga, VIC, Australia
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0.7 mi from city centre, Yarrawonga 
ExcellentBased on 447 reviews
8.8

This traditional hotel in Yarrawonga offers complimentary Wi-Fi, as well as meeting rooms and a Jacuzzi. It is conveniently located for those wanting to discover the area's attractions.

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Average price in Yarrawonga:£100/night
Cheapest price found:£48/night
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Most expensive day:Friday
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Yarrawonga Hotel
8.8 Excellent
35 Belmore Street, Yarrawonga, VIC, Australia
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0.7 mi from city centre,  

This traditional hotel in Yarrawonga offers complimentary Wi-Fi, as well as meeting rooms and a Jacuzzi. It is conveniently located for those wanting to discover the area's attractions.

£55
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Yarrawonga Hotel

35 Belmore Street, Yarrawonga, VIC, Australia

8.8. Excellent
£55

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About Yarrawonga

Situated on the southern banks of the iconic Murray River on the border of Victoria and New South Wales, the country town of Yarrawonga is a mecca for watersports, boating and fishing. Its pleasant year-round weather draws visitors from across the state, while farm gates, wineries and breweries keep visitors coming back.

Things to do

Yarrawonga’s most famous attraction is Lake Mulwala, a 439-square-kilometre body of pristine water. Enjoy a picnic in the park or stroll along the attractive foreshore to enjoy views of the majestic river red gums. In summer, take a boat out for a day of water skiing or treat the kids at Aquazone, an inflatable obstacle course on the lake.

For a taste of modern Australian cuisine, enjoy a meal at The Naked Tree situated Yarrawonga's main thoroughfare, Belmore Street. Food enthusiasts should visit Rich Glen Olive Estate, where you can sample an extensive range of gourmet artisan products at the Farmgate Store and Café.

Interested in the history of Yarrawonga? Visit the Yarrawonga-Mulwala Pioneer Museum to see an extensive collection antiques and machinery representing the region’s aviation and agricultural past. If you’re looking to entertain the entire family, head to Tunzafun, a small amusement park with mini golf, dodgem cars and trampolines.

Sample a range of local beer, wine and spirits at the Byramine Homestead and Brewery, a historical estate set amid one of Australia’s largest vegetable farms. The unique 19th-century octagonal building is a National Trust and serves Devonshire tea and light lunches.

Getting around

Yarrawonga is a three-hour drive from Melbourne International Airport and four-hour train ride from Melbourne’s Southern Cross Station. The township of Yarrawonga is small enough to navigate on foot, with local buses, taxis and shuttle buses accessing attractions further afield.

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Situated on the southern banks of the iconic Murray River on the border of Victoria and New South Wales, the country town of Yarrawonga is a mecca for watersports, boating and fishing. Its pleasant year-round weather draws visitors from across the state, while farm gates, wineries and breweries keep visitors coming back.

Things to do in Yarrawonga

Yarrawonga’s most famous attraction is Lake Mulwala, a 439-square-kilometre body of pristine water. Enjoy a picnic in the park or stroll along the attractive foreshore to enjoy views of the majestic river red gums. In summer, take a boat out for a day of water skiing or treat the kids at Aquazone, an inflatable obstacle course on the lake.

For a taste of modern Australian cuisine, enjoy a meal at The Naked Tree situated Yarrawonga's main thoroughfare, Belmore Street. Food enthusiasts should visit Rich Glen Olive Estate, where you can sample an extensive range of gourmet artisan products at the Farmgate Store and Café.

Interested in the history of Yarrawonga? Visit the Yarrawonga-Mulwala Pioneer Museum to see an extensive collection antiques and machinery representing the region’s aviation and agricultural past. If you’re looking to entertain the entire family, head to Tunzafun, a small amusement park with mini golf, dodgem cars and trampolines.

Sample a range of local beer, wine and spirits at the Byramine Homestead and Brewery, a historical estate set amid one of Australia’s largest vegetable farms. The unique 19th-century octagonal building is a National Trust and serves Devonshire tea and light lunches.

Getting around Yarrawonga

Yarrawonga is a three-hour drive from Melbourne International Airport and four-hour train ride from Melbourne’s Southern Cross Station. The township of Yarrawonga is small enough to navigate on foot, with local buses, taxis and shuttle buses accessing attractions further afield.

  • What are the best hotels in Yarrawonga?

    The Sebel Yarrawonga Silverwoods is a very popular hotel in Yarrawonga, with a score of 8.5 from 686 reviews. Lakeview Motel (8.6 from 428 reviews) and Yarrawonga Hotel (8.8 from 447 reviews) are also highly rated Yarrawonga hotels based on recent feedback from HotelsCombined users.