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Tooleybuc Motel

43 Murray Street, Tooleybuc, NSW 2736 Australia

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Aug 24-Aug 25, 2Adults,0Children

About Motel

Address

43 Murray Street, Tooleybuc,
NSW 2736 Australia
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Reception hrs

7:30am-9:30pm (Night Bell)

Phone

03 5030 ...

Email

bookings@t...

Hosts

Ron

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Inclusion
  • BBQ Facilities BBQ Facilities
  • Toaster Toaster
  • Free internet access available Free internet access available
  • Satellite/Pay TV available Satellite/Pay TV available
  • Kitchenette/Cooking Facilities Kitchenette/Cooking Facilities
  • Hairdryer Hairdryer
  • Swimming Pool Swimming Pool
  • Disabled Facilities are available Disabled Facilities are available

Location

Located just off the historic Tooleybuc Bridge, this budget motel in Tooleybuc is right by the banks of the Murray River (and the border between Victoria and New South Wales). There is even a pub right next door for your convenience!

Accommodation

There are 16 spacious non-smoking units available, including: deluxe single rooms (sleeping 1), deluxe double rooms (sleeping 2), deluxe twin roons (sleeping 3) and deluxe family rooms (sleeping 4).

Room Features

Each room at the Tooleybuc Motel comes fully equipped with reverse cycle air conditioning, LCD televisions, Foxtel and Austar, DVD players, iron and ironing board, hospitality tray (with a selection of teas and coffees), electric blankets and kitchenette (with microwave).

Property Features

All rooms at the Tooleybuc Motel have been built around our large saltwater swimming pool and barbeque area, perfect for unwinding on a warm summers day. There is also a guest laundry available for your use. Cooked breakfasts can also be delivered to your room each morning of your stay.

Staying at the Motel

When staying at this accommodation in Tooleybuc, take some time out to explore the surrounding area – Balranald, Moulamein and Kyalite in New South Wales, or Nyah, Swan Hill, Robinvale, Manangatang and Ouyen in Victoria.

Attractions

Wondering about the attractions and different things to do in the Tooleybuc area? Fortunately, you will be spoilt for choice when you stay with us! The region is filled with activities to suit every sort of visitor.

Nature

Many people come to the Tooleybuc region to explore the many natural wonders on offer. Lake Boga in nearby Swan Hill is a popular spot in the summer – it is suitable for skiing, sailing, fishing, swimming, canoeing and kayaking. It’s also host to the Easter Regatta. The Nyah-Vinifera State Forests are also worth a visit – with plenty of walking trails, fishing spots and watering holes, the forest is also home to key Aboriginal historical sites from the WadiWadi people.

Murray River

Being located on the beautiful Murray River, no visit to the region would be complete without checking it out for yourself. The third largest navigable river in the country, the Murray runs for more than 2756km. It is fed by the Snowy Mountain and meets the sea at Encounter Bay in South Australia. Take a leisurely stroll along the River Walk, throw in a line and try to catch the might Murray Cod, or take a ride on one of the paddlesteamers that chug along the water.

Heritage

If you want to immerse yourself in the history of the region, we have the attractions for you. Pay a visit to the Lake Boga Flying Boat Museum, where you will found the flying boat repair depot used during World War II. Wander through the Pioneer Settlement, which gives you a taste of life in the rural settlement more than 100 years ago. It’s also home to the amazing Heartbeat of the Murray Laser Show and PS Pyap, an original paddlesteamer.

Art & Culture

If you are more interested in the region’s art and culture, you will not be disappointed. Head to the Swan Hill Regional Art Gallery, which is said to have one of Australia’s best collections of native art. Drop into the Lake Boga Observatory where you can see the stars and planets of our solar system up close using one of the four telescopes. Learn more about the Aboriginal culture of the region by visiting the Story Wall at Lake Boga or the Aboriginal Ring Tree.

Sports

Those interested in mort adventurous and sporting pursuits will find that there are plenty of activities to enjoy. Try your hand at canoeing, kayaking or even waterskiing along the Murray River or on nearby Lake Boga. Discover one of the many cycling and walking trails scattered throughout the region (such as the Riverfront Trail, Rivergum Trail and Murray Downs Track). And play a round or two on one of the local golf courses – there are 4 to choose from.

Local Produce

Want to sample some of the region’s best local produce? Then we recommend heading to the Swan Hill Farmers Market! Held on the first Sunday of the month, it is a treasure trove of delicious fruits, vegetables and other delicacies. If you have the time, we also recommend dropping into nearby Robinvale Wines or Andrew Peace Wines for a tasting. Robinvale even has a number of vegetarian and vegan friendly wines on offer.

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