Balranald Caravan Park an oasis on the banks of the Murrumbidgee River. Offers range of Accommodation including caravan and camping sites, budget cabins with and without ensuites through to luxury 2 bedroom river front cabins. We also have a range of pet friendly accommodation. With a leash off area so dogs can have a good run. We also have a great separate disabled toilet and shower room. The park has direct river frontage in a natural bush land setting. Roomy sites suitable for big rigs. We are only 500m to the centre of town, with a great Pub, Club, Bakery, Butcher, 2 Supermarkets & specialty shops. We the closest town to Mungo national Park and only 6km from The New Yanga National Park.
The motel is an enthusiastic operation which is privately owned and operated, offering a crisp environment and assuring our guests the best attention at all times, with 14 clean and cosy ground floor units, situated in a peaceful garden setting located in the heart of Balranald, next to the Murrumbidgee River with friendly country hospitality. We have a BBQ and pool area and our breakfasts are just like Mum's. There is ample parking for cars, trailers, small buses and light trucks. Only 100 metres to restaurant, club and shops. Balranald is the gateway to Mungo National Park and a lovely country town to rest, in between Sydney, Canberra and Adelaide.
With kangaroos wandering by, clear views of both sunrise and sunset, the sun on your back and cold beer on tap, this is the real Australia.
The Homebush opened in 1878 and has tale after tale of life on the land and of families who travelled overland, through the dust, smoke and floods. On site accommodation is available for 26, plus caravan and camping sites.
The pub is one to enjoy for it stands where it was built 134 years ago, and is still the mainstay of the local community. Meet the locals, and enjoy a drink and a darn good meal while you're at it.
Situated close to the town centre and local attractions, the Capri Motel has rooms for singles, double, and most sized families and budgets, with good old fashioned country hospitality. Located on the Sturt Highway between the eastern capitals and Adelaide, it makes Balranald the perfect place to stop.
Your hosts Jo-Anne and Grant invite you to watch the beautiful sunset while cooking a barbecue. Use the communal kitchen, have evening or breakfast room service meals or go to the Ex-Serviceman's Club or one of the many local eateries.
The Capri Motel offers 12 ground floor units with en suites, well equipped with flat screen television and reverse cycle air-conditioning. A microwave, iron and Foxtel are available on request. Off-street private parking is available to accommodate guests with trailers and large vehicles. It is a pet friendly motel.
Jo-Anne and Grant look forward to meeting you and making your stay memorable.
Hosts Tony and Denise present the privately owned and operated Sturt Motel. The motel consists of 14 clean, comfortable, non-smoking, ground floor units (including family units) located in a quiet garden area. Other motel features include a delicious breakfast menu, ample parking, swimming pool, barbecue and entertainment area.
The Sturt Motel is centrally located, off the main highway in a quiet location. 100 metres to restaurants, Ex-Services Club and shops and close to the Murrumbidgee River (morning or evening river walks are recommended). Balranald is the gateway to Mungo National Park and Yanga National Park, with 140 kilometres of river frontage and rich colonial and indigenous heritage. Balranald is a tidy, friendly country town between Sydney, Adelaide, and Canberra.
Bookings for tours and special interest groups welcome with motel room rates negotiable and special room/meal deals available. Senior accommodation discount applies.
The Shamrock Motel entrance is conveniently located on the Sturt Highway. The motel is just a few steps to the central business district of Balranald, ex-services club and the Shamrock Hotel, and just a short walk to the Murrumbidgee River.
The Shamrock Motel has 23 rooms including two interconnecting Family Rooms. All rooms are on the ground floor and breakfast is served to all units.
The Shamrock Hotel, which is right next door, serves lunch and dinner counter meals six days a week....
Various early explorers - including John Oxley in 1817, Charles Sturt in 1830 and Sir Thomas Mitchell in 1836 - visited the area. It was Mitchell's enthusiastic comments about the quality of the land in the region that encouraged settlement, and Balranald was gazetted in 1851. As a crossing point on the Murrumbidgee River, Balranald prospered throughout the second half of the 19th century.
Discover local histories along the Balranald Heritage Trail, which passes sites of historic significance. A map is available from the Balranald Visitor Information Centre....