103 Wellington Street, Kerang, VIC 3579 Australia [ Map ] Call ARRA on 1800 811 223 to book Call ARRA to book [ More info ]
Kerang is a peaceful rural township upon the Loddon River in northern Victoria. A scattering of lagoons and lakes surround the region and are of international significance due to its environment for precious waterbird populations. Central to town you will find the Loddon River Motel, a pristinely kept accommodation complex within close proximity to the civic centre of Kerang.
Accommodation in Kerang includes Deluxe Double rooms with one queen bed (sleeping 2 guests), the Twin Room consists of two double beds (sleeping up to 4 guests), the Deluxe Family Room has one queen bed and two single beds (sleeping 4 guests) and the Family Rooms are a spacious layout that can accommodate up to 4 guests.
Budget motels in Kerang have a range of pleasant extras including meal chargeback facilities for local hotels and takeaway restaurants, fax facilities available for us and DVD player for hire, free entry to local swimming pool for guests only and seniors discounts or workers packages on offer. Quality play areas, skate park and tennis courts are located opposite.
Visit Kerang and Surrounds:
Kerang is a charming small town, accessed via a leisurely 3 hour drive from Melbourne’s city district. The townships rich agricultural roots will be evident during your visit, with lush farming and grazing land, orchards and vineyards throughout the region. Kerang Wetlands is a notable attraction with 50 lakes, swamps, lagoons and an abundance of vibrant wildlife and water birds.
The Loddon River Motel is a perfect base from which to explore the surrounding towns of Cohuna, Kangaroo Lake, Koondrook, Lalbert, Murrabit and Quambatook. A day trip will uncover goldfield history, fresh produce and lovely local markets, wineries and all the natural wonders of the region’s waterways. A short 45 minute drive will uncover the splendour of Swan Hill, a rich pioneer region along the Swan River with a vibrant community, historical attractions and quality food and wine scene.
Stay and enjoy the township of Kerang and experience some of the best regional attractions of Victoria’s far north.
Gain insight into Kerang’s intriguing history in the beautiful Kerang Museum, a home built in the 1800’s and currently run by the local historical society. The old bones of this lovely building have seen many changes over the centuries; at one time the building was a Bush Nursing Home and Hospital. These days the home is packed with displays of historical memorabilia and collections of historical interest to history enthusiasts and visitors alike.
The Kerang Golf and Bowls Club is a quality club on the edge of town. It’s a great little course with a friendly atmosphere that should guarantee a wonderful day on the green. The course has Santa Ana couch fairways and set amongst native gum trees and bush with a variety of wildlife to enjoy. The establishment also has a bowls club onsite, ideal for a few games with friends and a few quiet drinks.
Parks & Reserves
The Leaghur State Park is just over half an hour from Kerang and, significantly, protects some of the most important Black Box wetland and woodland communities in the state. The park is situated on the Loddon River floodplain and allows visitors to drive through the terrain, enjoy a picnic or take an enjoyable bushwalk through the wetlands.
The vast Kerang Wetlands is a truly spectacular and pristine environment ideal for sight-seeing, bird watching, fishing, swimming and boating. The wetlands are situated on the western edge of the Riverine Plain and are a system of wetlands with freshwater lagoons, lakes and marshes, which are home to thousands of Ibis and waterbirds.
Food & Wine Experience
Kerang has a number of delightful local food experiences including the Exchange Hotel, a quality place to head for a meal with modern bar, beer garden and bistro offering delish pub fare. The historical Royal Hotel is another winner with café style menu and traditional pub meals on offer, and extensive balcony area for private dining and functions.
If a morning bite to eat or picnic snacks are what you’re after, a trip to Grays Bakery in town is the perfect way to start the day with a coffee and a vast menu catering to all appetites with freshly prepared snacks from the salad bar, cheeky fried foods like fish and chips or milkshakes and other chilled drinks.
Active walkers will be pleased that many tracks and trails exist in and around Kerang, including walks through Middle Lake’s Ibis Rookery and Bird Hide featuring nature trails, cultural walking trails and a 350m walk to Bird Hide with telescope to enhance your birdwatching experience.
Gunbower is under 40 minutes from Kerang and has a variety of forest walks and drives. The Koondrook Red Gum Forest Walk in Gunbower is an uncomplicated trail ideal for leisurely walkers with picnic facilities and places to stop along the way to enjoy the natural habitat.
As Reviewed on Google...
By Leslie Boan
July 30, 2016
Great place to stay, recently refurbished from top to bottom, quiet location and always a friendly welcome.
By Diedre Maddigan
March 19, 2016
As we drove on we thought "oh no, not one of those old motels". How wrong we were. The owners immediately made us welcome, very friendly, and showed us to our room.
What a surprise - the room was lovely. Freshly renovated and well appointed. Everything was spot on - especially loved the really soft towels.
Thanks for a great experience and I am sure we will be back.
By Vyfab Sales
October 18, 2015
From the moment of walking in reception, and meeting Garry, the experience of staying here was a pleasure.
The accommodation was superior to many chain hotels I have stayed at (not saying any names, but this place compared to a chain sounding like West Bestern was secont to none).
Breakfast, delivered to my room was perfectly cooked, and at the price was unbelievable.
A great place to stay, and at the price... AAA+++