58-60 Wyndham Street
Courtyard Motor Inn in Shepparton is a member of the Budget Motel Chain which means our standards are to provide clean, comfortable and affordable accommodation to our guests. Brendan & Kerry have spent most of their lives in the Shepparton, and love sharing their knowledge with guests. Their warm and inviting style, and their attention to detail is the foundation of Courtyard Motor Inn.
Whether you are travelling for business or leisure, Courtyard Motor Inn is your home away from home in Shepparton. We are strategically located at the heart of the Murray and Goulburn region and in close proximity to the CBD, restaurants, medical centres, sporting facilities, TAFE College, DECA Training, Eastbank Centre, and the RSL Club.
The Shepparton Aboriginal Street Art Project Murals were painted by well-known artist Adnate, and depict the late William Cooper and the late Pastor Sir Douglas Nicholls KCVO OBE MBE, two significant past local elders Aunty Margaret Tucker (MBE), one of Australia’s first female Aboriginal rights activists, and Nora “Nanny” Charles, one of the earliest and best known local Aboriginal midwives. The Aboriginal Street Art Project has been named by locals as ‘Dana Djirrungana Dunguludja Yenbena-l’ which means ‘Proud, Strong Aboriginal People’ in Yorta Yorta language.
Moooving Art is a unique and ever-changing public art revolution. Scattered across Greater Shepparton’s parks, gardens, riverbanks and public spaces is an array of colourful, ever-changing fibreglass cows that make up the Moooving Art herd.