Upstairs of the historic building, you will find budget friendly, basic hotel room accommodation with separate communal mens and ladies bathrooms. Guests also enjoy access to a shared tv room.
Very clean and tidy at $60 for a single per night or $80 per double and an additional $15 per person double/single. Discount applies on multi night stays.
Continental breakfast included.
(08) 8570 2003
Swan Reach, aptly named after the large number of black swans that once thrived in the area, was first settled in 1838. By the midst of the next decade, the district was populated by parties of stockman and pastoralists and the rich history of farming in the area begun.
To this day, Swan Reach is primarily a horticulture and broad acre farming district of produce such as almonds, citrus, potatoes, and onions. The picturesque riverside location has become a popular river shack and camping holiday destination for families and travellers alike.
There is plenty to see and do in the local area, or days can be spent relaxing and soaking in the pristine river views.
The nearby Punyelroo Caves, located on the banks of the Murray River, are approximately 3 kilometres in length, and the longest of the several caves located in the Murray Plains area. A must stop attraction for tourists.
Local tour operator, Big Bend by Night, offer nocturnal guided tours to Punyelroo Caves and Big Bend Cliffs where you will see the Southern Hairy Nosed Wombat, bats, owls, kangaroos and even trap door spiders.
In addition to these local attractions, Swan Reach also boasts a 9 hole golf course with greens, caravan park, bowling club, boat ramp and museum. The Len White Reserve is also a popular spot for river activities such as boating, fishing, skiing or simply, a relaxing picnic on the bank.
Housed in the town's original school building, the Swan Reach Museum showcases a collection of local memorabilia including historic indigenous and early settler artifacts, photographs and vintage machinery. The fascinating displays proudly tell the story of the towns early Aboriginal and European history.
Entry by Gold Coin Donation
Wednesday 2pm – 4.30pm
Saturday 10am – 12pm
Sunday 2pm – 4.30pm
Situated only 50 metres from the banks of the beautiful Murray River, this quiet park provides a peaceful getaway in a stunning, natural setting.
The Swan Reach Caravan Park offers powered & un-powered sites and on-site vans available for long or short term hire at affordable prices.
Wood fired BBQ
All grassed sites
Powered sites from $21 per night Unpowered sites from $16 per night