El Toro Motel, Victoria

El Toro Motel Address:
Corner Melville & Brenion Streets,
Victoria 3636

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El Toro Motel is situated opposite the Numurkah town gardens and a short walk to the shops, hotels and restaurants. El Toro is the ideal place to stay in Numurkah with 14 comfortable units with Queen size beds, each with a view over the rose gardens and park. El Toro Motel is a member of the Budget Motel Chain which means our standards are to provide clean, comfortable and affordable accommodation to our guests. As part of the Budget Motel Chain, El Toro Motel will always offer you the best affordable rates when you book on www.budgetmotels.com.au!
Despite the active street life of this busy rural community, the town exudes a relaxed, friendly vibe. Explore the pretty main street on foot; you’ll be greeted with smiling faces as you pass speciality shops, well-stocked eateries, as well as charming gardens, wide open spaces and historical buildings. Being the centre of a thriving agricultural area, Numurkah is a food lovers’ paradise. On offer are a range of locally made wines, handmade cheeses, cold pressed olive oil, as well as organic honey and almonds. The makers of the Farm Gate Trail will be happy to give you a taste and a tour around their farms and chat about the processes involved. Nestled in the many smaller towns that surround Numurkah, you will find antiques and bric-a-brac, great country pubs and authentic country bakeries. You may even spot a koala, kangaroo or rare bird as you travel the surrounding wetlands and forests such as the Kinnaird’s Wetlands.

High Country

The High Country’s stunning mountains, valleys, rivers and lakes are perfect places for adventure and relaxation, year-round. Hit the slopes at Alpine resorts in winter, and return in the warmer months for inspired bushwalking and cycling action, from dizzying mountain bike challenges to meandering rail trails. Rest your legs and recharge at renowned restaurants and wineries, discover the vibrant craft brewery scene, or fill your basket at provedores and farm gates, all brimming with local delights. Horse riding in the  high mountain trails, icy mountain streams and the sense of peace that comes from bonding with your horse and the land. Feel the exhilaration of cantering through High Country clearings and enjoy the magical swirl of snow gums at sunset. With over 250km of safe, scenic, off-road rail trails in the High Country coupled with some of the most delicious feasts and treats why not get out on your bike knowing that when hunger strikes you can refuel at one of the many cafes, restaurants, farms gates and food producers along the way. Here are some of our favourite foodie rides.