The twin towns of Yarrawonga-Mulwala, separated by the Murray River, is part of a region that is a year-round playground. Known as Sun Country, the area features plenty of sunshine and a wide-open landscape, with so much to interest and amuse you, championship golf courses, top class club and restaurant facilities, lazy river beds and prolific birdlife.
With all water sports, fishing, lake cruises, sailing and canoeing. Enjoy the local markets, museums and galleries, fun parks, parks, walkways or famous local wineries.
The Yarrawonga Border Golf Club located alongside the Murray River with 45 holes is a golfing paradise, while the Peter Thomson-designed Black Bull Golf Course is a modern 18-hole course hugging the banks of Lake Mulwala.
The Murray River flows though the twin townships of Mulwala and Yarrawonga.
It is the perfect place for all water sports, waterskiing, sailing and fishing, take a cruise or just relax and enjoy a picnic on a sandy stretch of beach or one of the many parks. Maybe a leisurely walk around the beautiful foreshore, taking in the bird life that are all happy to share Lake Mulwala.
Yarrawonga Mulwala has an abundant of dining options with bars, bistros, cafes, restaurants and hotels catering to all styles and tastes. Combine a great meal with the many club facilities to make a great night.
You may like to visit the many award winning local wineries and sample the extraordinary local produce.
The area also has a wonderful pioneer past. The enchanting Byramine Homestead, built in 1842 is open to the public. You can enjoy a Devonshire tea or lunch.
Within the grounds is a Brewery, visitors are welcome to sample the boutique range of beer, wine and cider.
The highly acclaimed Pioneer Museum is also a must with one of the largest and most comprehensive exhibits of the early pioneering days of Australia.
At Yarrawonga Mulwala you can enjoy a holiday as tranquil and relaxing as you choose or as exciting as time allows
Murray River Motel
211 Melbourne Street
Mulwala, NSW 2647
Your Hosts; Jane & Allan Widdison