Yarrawonga Hotel & Accommodation

Whether you're looking for adventure, relaxation or simply some of regional Australia's best food and wine, Yarrawonga is a sun country renowned for its moderate climate and stunning outback scenery.

Yarrawonga rests on the south bank of the Murray River on the border between Victoria and New South Wales, approximately 270 km north of Melbourne. It's also a 5 hour drive from Canberra along the Sydney-Melbourne Heritage Drive.

There are plenty of places to stay in Yarrawonga, whether you're planning to travel on a budget or stay somewhere more up-market. Yarrawonga accommodation ranges from luxury resorts and quality hotels to cosy motels by the riverside. Whether you're staying in the centre of town or on the banks of the nearby Lake Mulwala, the choice is yours.

Lake Mulwala lies between Yarrawonga and its twin town Mulwala and is one of Yarrawonga's most popular spots for camping, hiking, bike riding and all sorts of sports.

With the Murray River and Lake Mulwala so close by, visitors are treated to an exciting array of water sports. The Murray River Regional Park boasts a stretch of enchanting river red gums, secluded white-sand beaches and an impressive variety of wildlife.

With several breweries and gourmet estates, Yarrawonga is home to some of regional Victoria's best vineyards, brew houses and specialty cheese manufacturers, hosting many pub tours, winery walkabouts and tastings throughout the year.

For relaxation and rejuvenation, Yarrawonga has many serene settings for you to unwind in. If you're looking to be pampered, the River Revival Sports & Beauty centre offers a range of beauty treatments and is pure bliss.

For winding walks around some of the most beautiful stretches of land in regional Australia, try the Chinaman's Island Walking Track just two kilometre from the Yarrawonga Yacht Club, or the Tungamah Heritage Walk set on the Boosey Creek.

Don't just picture yourself on the banks of the Murray River. Book yourself Yarrawonga accommodation and stay in one of Victoria's most inviting regional gems.