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Best Western Burke & Wills Motor Inn - Swan Hill Hotels

Best Western Burke & Wills Motor Inn

370 Campbell Street, Swan Hill - Map
"Great Value and Location"
Clean well kept rooms. Serviced daily. Great wifi connection so good to work out of.
Traveller from Bendigo
Stay at this four-star Swan Hill motel, located in the center of town and close to the train station, Murray River cruises …More
Paddle Steamer Motel - Swan Hill Hotels

Paddle Steamer Motel

5563 Murray Valley Highway, Swan Hill - Map
"Nice, very clean & neat."
Excellent service & very helpful & friendly staff.
Traveller from A
ibis Styles Swan Hill - Swan Hill Hotels

ibis Styles Swan Hill

405-415 Campbell Street, Swan Hill - Map
"Good option ... will stay again"
Second time I've stayed, both times good option, great staff, any requests have been accommodated.
A Traveller
All Seasons Swan Hill Resort is located on the Murray Valley Highway, just 10 minutes from Swan Hill city centre and 4.5 …More
Comfort Inn Lady Augusta - Swan Hill Hotels

Comfort Inn Lady Augusta

375 Campbell Street, Swan Hill - Map
4.8 out of 5 (86 reviews)
Centre of town. Walking distance to shops, attractions. Front desk hours: 7:00am-9:00pm. If arriving outside of these hours …More
Best Western Travellers Rest Motor Inn - Swan Hill Hotels

Best Western Travellers Rest Motor Inn

110 Curlewis Street, Swan Hill - Map
4.7 out of 5 (33 reviews)
Stay at this charming Swan Hill motel located in the center of town, 100 meters from the main shopping precinct, and close to …More
Murray Downs Resort - Murray Downs Hotels

Murray Downs Resort

Murray Downs Drive, Murray Downs - Map
"Lovely motel and great course"
Had a great time at Murray downs. Motel was clean and comfortable with great staff. Golf course was fantastic and just 100 metres to the first tee.
Traveller from rye victoria
Comfort Inn Campbell - Swan Hill Hotels

Comfort Inn Campbell

396-398 Campbell Street, Swan Hill - Map
"Convenient location and well maintained rooms"
The hotel is in a great location near the middle of town, the rooms are clean, a good size and well maintained. Staff were friendly and efficient. Very happy with our one night stay here
A Traveller
With renovations now complete, the Comfort Inn Campbell has the newest 4 Star rooms in Swan Hill boasting all the modern …More
Jacaranda Motel & Holiday Units - Swan Hill Hotels

Jacaranda Motel & Holiday Units

179 Curlewis Street, Swan Hill - Map
"Quiet getaway"
Nice clean room in quiet location very close to Main Street will visit again
Traveller from vic
Jane Eliza Motor Inn - Swan Hill Hotels

Jane Eliza Motor Inn

263 Campbell Street, Swan Hill - Map
"Good location "
I booked this motel primarily for the indoor heated swimming pool, but on arrival was told that it was a solar heated pool and not being used currently. I was really disappointed about this. Other than that, the location is great- close to shops, supermarket and various food outlets and restaurants. A good place to base yourself while visiting Swan Hill. Staff friendly and welcoming.
A Traveller
Australian Settlers Motor Inn - Swan Hill Hotels

Australian Settlers Motor Inn

354 Campbell Street, Swan Hill - Map
"Comfortable room for an overnight stop-over"
Found this an ideal room for overnighting given that we arrived late and left quite early.
Traveller from Mildura
At the Best Western Australian Settlers Motor Inn you can relax and enjoy the modern all ground floor deluxe accommodation. …More

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    Pocket Guide: Swan Hill

    Swan Hill is affectionately known as the heart of the Murray. Like other iconic Victorian towns such as Mildura, Echuca and Wodonga, Swan Hill graces the banks of the Murray River which divides Victoria and New South Wales. Wot better place to straddle one foot in each state? Book your Swan Hill accommodation with us today!

    Lying 336km north-west of Melbourne, Swan Hill is a historic town. Discovered by European explorer Major Thomas Mitchell in 1836, the town originally served as a passage town with the only punt crossing within 100km. It wasn’t until Francis Cadell discovered Swan Hill in 1853 – while navigating the Murray River in a paddle steamer from its mouth in South Australia – that the town became a major inland river trading port. Soon after, a pioneer settlement was established in 1963. As railways superseded the river trade, agriculture emerged as the region’s prospering point. Today, citrus farms and vineyards still surround the town.

    Despite its position in Victoria’s ‘food bowl’ region, the Murray River is still a major drawing point for visitors. River cruises, historic paddle steamer voyages, and houseboat holidays are popular pastimes on these Murray waters. Boating and fishing opportunities also abound, with talk of catching fresh Murray Cod rife amongst keen fishermen. But if the fish aren’t biting, you can do the honours. Local restaurants dish up fresh cod and yabbies, as well as avocado, citrus and stone fruits fresh from the picking. If you prefer your grapes in liquid form, award-winning wineries are just a stone’s throw away.

    One of the most popular local attractions for adults and children alike is the Pioneer Settlement. Recreating the atmosphere of a late 19th-century pioneer river port town, it’s home to over 50 original and recreated buildings. Explore the church, a working blacksmith’s shop and a working print shop from pioneering days. There are over 60,000 historical objects throughout the settlement to blur the lines between history and reality. Around town, the journey continues. Seek out the historical clock tower opposite the post office, and the 1935 town hall building.

    Fast forward to now and the Swan Hill Regional Art Gallery is highly regarded as having one of the country’s most complete collections of naïve art. There are also six beautiful golf courses in the area, a number of parks and picnic areas, and bushwalking tracks to traverse in the Vinifera and Nyah State Forests. Lake Boga is also a lovely outing from Swan Hill, just 16km away. Full of camping spots and swimming areas, the natural lake town is home to the Flying Boat Museum, and the site of the RAAF repair depot used in World War II.

    Getting to Swan Hill is easy by car with a network of major highways intersecting here. The Murray Valley Highway, the Calder Highway and the Sunraysia Highway all pass through Swan Hill. Alternatively, buses and trains run daily routes into town. Once you’re here, getting around is possible on foot, but a car (which can be hired locally) is the best way to really explore the region afar.

    Home to a piece of rich Australian pioneering history, with the peaceful Murray River pumping life into its agricultural heart, Swan Hill is a very special destination to unravel. Check out our range of Swan Hill hotels today!

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