Tooleybuc Motel Address:
43 Murray Street,
New South Wales 2736
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Overlooking the Murray River, Budget Motel Tooleybuc Motel boasts a saltwater swimming pool and BBQ facilities. It offers air-conditioned rooms with flat-screen cable TV and a DVD player. Budget Motel Tooleybuc is 10 minutes’ walk from the Tooleybuc Sporting Club and the historic Tooleybuc Bridge. Swan Hill Train Station is a 35-minute drive, and Yanga Lake is a 1-hour drive away.Tooleybuc is located approximately 42km from Swan Hill, on the Murray River and is a popular holiday sport with recreational fishing a renowned past time. There is a public boat ramp located at the end of Lea Street to the Murray River. Tooleybuc Sporting Club offers all the facilities you would expect from a NSW Club, including poker machines, bistro, with the added extra of a 9 hole golf course and putt putt golf.
Pristine riverscapes, renowned wineries and a rich pioneering history await in the sun-kissed region of Swan Hill. Travel up the Murray River and discover this vibrant community on the border between Victoria and New South Wales. Tuck into fine food and wine, explore nature trails, and make the most of endless opportunities for boating, fishing and golf.
Wander through Riverside Park, where the Marraboor River merges with The Murray, and then stop into the nearby Swan Hill Regional Art Gallery to see the comprehensive collection of Australian native art. Take a bush walk through the red gum and box tree forests of Nyah Vinifera State Forest, or explore the waters at your own pace by booking an overnight trip on a houseboat.
Swan Hill earned its name when explorer Major Thomas Mitchell camped here in 1836 and was kept up all night by the noisy swans roaming about.
Explore the Pioneer Settlement, an open-air museum where the whole family can have a glimpse of life as an early settler. The streets, shops, homesteads and community buildings bring to life a nineteenth century port town and take you back in time to Swan Hill’s pioneer heritage. Go on a horse-drawn carriage ride, get dressed up pioneer-style for a family photo, check out the sound and light show, or take a ride on the paddle-steamer P.S. Pyap.
Thanks to its Mediterranean-like climate, Swan Hill is renowned for its stone fruits, wineries, as well as the Swan Hill Food and Wine Festival that takes place annually on the Labour Day long weekend in March. Meanwhile, the river offers an abundance of freshwater fish, including the famed Murray cod.