Barhams only motel over looking the Murray river. All 23 suites feature: Queen size beds, reverse cycle air conditioning, digital televisions, refrigerator and microwaves, tea & coffee facilities, toaster and cutlery.
Family and kitchen suites available, in ground solar heated pool, guest BBQ and court yard.
Situated opposite the bowling club and only a short work to the Services Club.
Barham's quietest motel, 150 metres from Barham Lakes, 500 metres from Services Club and CBD. All ground floor units in courtyard settings. All of the facilities you need for a comfortable stay are provided - such as toaster, tea/coffee making facilities, iron and ironing board, electric blankets, new flat screen TV's, fax and copying available. Off road parking for trucks. Sorry - no pets.
Barham Lakes Caravan Park offers the perfect place to stay on the river. Positioned in a natural bush setting, enjoy the peace and tranquillity beside the magnificent red gums.
We offer great walking and bike tracks, superb fishing in the river or the Barham Lakes Complex located next door. Golf, bowls and tennis are also well catered for in Barham.
Only 1.5 kilometres from CBD including shops, post office, bank, supermarkets, visitor information centre and more. Barham Lakes "Murrayview" Caravan Park is only three hours from Melbourne.
The Barham Club Motor Inn is a modern, quiet motel set in a lovely courtyard setting. Centrally located in Barham close to the Murray River and opposite the Services Club.
You're close to shops, tennis, bowls and a fine golf course. A short drive away are historic homesteads, rice growing areas, nature reserves, vineyards and the famous Swan Hill Pioneer Settlement.
Barham Caravan and Tourist Park is centrally located on the banks of the mighty Murray River. Enjoy the lush surrounds, relax under the shady gums, or take a dip in the river at the sand bar.
The Park is located next door to CluBarham and is a mere block from the shopping centre.
Come and enjoy the peace and tranquillity the beautiful park has to offer.
Anytime is a good time for a break.
Bridges are not just functional, they can also be scenic and engineering attractions. Spare a few minutes to admire Barham Bridge over Murray Creek.
The Murray around Barham was settled by graziers, mainly from Victoria, in the 1840s. By 1850 all the really desirable water-frontages on both sides of the Murray had been taken up as far upstream as Barham while the open plain to the north in New South Wales was only notionally divided into undeveloped backblocks. Barham station itself had a 32 kilometre frontage on the Murray, carrying a modest head of cattle in the mid Victorian period under a series of owners. With similar developments on the Loddon River, which converges with the Murray north of Barham, a crossing of the Murray was needed and a ferry was provided for stock and people.
Barham Golden Rivers Holiday Apartments are self-contained one and two bedroom apartments, and a four bedroom townhouse, located in the heart of Golden Rivers Country.
The apartments include modern furnishings with a full kitchen and private outdoor paved area. All linen provided including pool towels.
The property has a solar heated salt water swimming pool, barbecue area and children's play area.
Barham sits on the Murray River and forms the commercial centre for the area's rich tourist and agricultural industries. It was once an important river centre for the busy steamer trade that occurred on the great Murray River. Many paddle steamers and barges were built from locally milled Red Gum.
Surrounding Barham is the Barmah Forest Wetlands, internationally recognised as one of the ten most important wetlands in the Murray-Darling Basin....