The Lake Mulwala Hotel is situated centrally in the township of Mulwala, surrounded by beautiful scenery and lakeside views. This waterside oasis lies on the border of New South Wales and Victoria at the western shore of the Murray River. From water activities to hiking, biking and sampling local wine and produce; there is something for everyone when you visit the twin towns of Yarrawonga and Mulwala.
The motel offers three simple and convenient accommodation configurations to choose from. Double Rooms feature one queen size bed and one sofa bed (sleeping 2+ guests), Twin Rooms with one queen bed and one single bed (sleeping up to 3 guests) and for larger groups or families the Family Room has one queen bed and three single beds sleeping up to 5 guests.
A range of extras exist to get excited about. The adjoining bar and café share a beautiful decking area looking out across Lake Mulwala and offer lunch, dinner, drinks and light meals from the café bistro. The bar’s casual setting offers patrons a substantial selection of beers, wine and spirits, also showcasing the latest sporting action on large flat screen TV’s.
These features coupled with a family friendly children’s playground and attractive packages and discount rates on rooms make this an appealing choice for your next stay in Mulwala.
Offering stunning scenery and lakeside views, allow yourself to relax at our newly renovated bar, bistro and deck, enjoy one of our delicious meals, relax with a drink from the region’s local wineries and let the kids play in our playground, or take in some live entertainment.
The twin towns of Yarrawonga and Mulwala lie within what is colloquially referred to as the Sun Country region and make the perfect destination for a holiday with plenty of waterside attractions, bush walks, camping and adventure tourism. The Lake Mulwala Hotel is excellent value-for-money accommodation in the heart of town with spectacular views and the added convenience of a quality bar and bistro at your fingertips.
Consider a day trip to the neighbouring townships of Cobram Barooga, Numurkah, Nathalia, Barmah, Tocumwal, Finley and Berrigan. Experience the beautiful wide open spaces of farmland and riverscapes, a rich and unique local history and waterfront areas with loads of recreational activities to choose from. And, be sure to sample the sumptuous local produce by collecting a Farm Gate Trail brochure from your nearest visitor information centre.
Many wonderful points of interest are available within the Yarrawonga and Mulwala township and outlying region. Discover something new every day!
Take your pick from an overabundance of water based activities. A guided kayak tour with Action Bike and Ski is guaranteed fun, or hire other equipment such as water-skis, wakeboards and ski tubes for a solo trip through the surrounding waters of Lake Mulwala and the Murray River.
Fishing enthusiasts will enjoy the annual Yamaha Cod Classic, Australia’s most successful freshwater fishing tournament, where an anticipated 3,000 anglers and a staggering 1,400 boats converge on Lake Mulwala to compete for an amazing range of prizes. Tune in to expert talks, casting competitions and the accompanying fishing and outdoors expo.
The Yarrawonga Mulwala Golf Club Resort boasts an incredible golfing experience amongst immaculate greens and in full view of the striking Murray River. The club is home to Australia’s most extensive public access golf resort with an impressive 45 holes to challenge you on your visit. The resort has a number of superior features including 500 acres of manicured lawns, 3 golf courses, quality pro shop, driving range and practice facilities. A range of excellent dining options are available, such as the Border Bistro, Greenside Terrace and modern bar and clubhouse, with additional recreational facilities such as lawn bowls, croquet lawns, tennis courts, solar heated swimming pool, gym, massage and beauty therapy business. There is truly something for everyone at the Yarrawonga Mulwala Golf Club Resort.
Indulge in the region’s finest food and wine experiences by exploring a few of the best local wineries and produce businesses. Treat yourself to high tea, ploughman’s lunch or dinner at the historic Byramine Homestead and Brewery, or meander around the estate’s beautiful gardens and find the perfect spot to enjoy a tasty cheese plate and locally made wine.
Sample the artisanal farmhouse cheeses of Boosey Creek, or take the Bubbles Winery Tour with Woods Winery Walkabout and visit Pfeiffer Wines, Cofields, Warrabilla Wines, Campbells, Stanton & Killeen and Bullers Winery. Delight in a mouth-watering lunch in Rutherglen and enjoy the added convenience of being picked up and dropped off to the door of your nominated accommodation.
Entertain the children with a trip to Tunzafun in Mulwala. The complex has a range of activities for a rowdy clan of children or group of friends, including 18 hole mini golf course, dodgem cars, merry-go-round, mini train and trampolines. BBQ facilities are available onsite for groups or parties and a kiosk is available with a range of refreshments. The Lake Mulwala foreshore is another popular local destination with picnic and BBQ facilities, walking tracks, waterslides, playgrounds, skate park, swimming pools and splash park.
Engross yourself in the rich history of Yarrawonga and Mulwala by visiting the nearby Pioneer Museum. The facility has a great many exhibits that transport you into Australia’s early pioneering days, with memorabilia and displays that cover a range of different topics, from farming, aviation, vintage cars and fashion.
The historic pastoral estate of Silversnake Station has over 400 hectares of native forest that is home to rare Aboriginal cultural sites, wetlands and a homestead from 1886 which now presents as a museum with 20 rooms depicting an authentic example of pioneer and rural life in country Victoria.
Relax and unwind on the majestic Murray River by taking a paddlesteam ride or cruise on one of Mulwala’s local fleet. The MV Paradise Queen is an all-weather luxury cruise boat with fully licensed bar, enclosed decking areas, kiosk, music, commentary and a variety of cruise options for selection. Those seeking a ride with historical flair will love the great range of Paddlesteam tours on offer that depart from a range of ports and towns along the Murray River.