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If you prefer a fully catered stay, the region has some wonderful hotels and motels, many located close to the river and town services. On site, you’ll often have facilities like a pool, bar and restaurant. These are an easy and affordable option for short stays, or a stopover when travelling through the Murray River, Lakes & Coorong.

Adelaide Road Motor Lodge

From $99 to $160

Adelaide Road Motor Lodge in Murray Bridge offers 36 rooms of ground floor quality spacious accommodation. The complex offers a large function room and outdoor entertaining area overlooking the large swimming pool.

The motel is centrally located, fully licensed and offers reverse cycle air-conditioning, conference facilities, swimming pool, child wading pool, barbecue, queen size beds, Microwave, toaster, kettle, free tea & coffee, hair dryers, iron and ironing board, breakfasrt, guest laundry, internet, coach and trailer parking. Free shuttle to Murray Bridge Hotel subject to availability.

Balcony on Sixth Lodge

From $89 to $259

Balcony on Sixth Lodge is situated in the main shopping centre of Murray Bridge, and offers personal attention at an economical rate. Just 300 metres from the River Murray and the famous Murray Bridge itself. Luxury and budget style rooms are available with light breakfast included on our shady balcony.

The Balcony is an ideal base for an overnight or week away. Just one hour from Adelaide and close to South Australia's premier tourist attractions such as Victor Harbor, Mannum and the Barossa Valley.

We offer accommodation to suit all budgets from our Queen Standard Rooms through to our 3 Bedroom Executive Spa Suite.

Bridgeport Hotel

From $159 to $250

Proudly overlooking the famous Murray River, the newly developed Bridgeport Hotel in Murray Bridge is the place for visitors and locals to eat, drink, play & stay, located in the heart of the Murray River, Lakes and Coorong tourism region.

Our friendly expert team presents a wide range of high-quality accommodation, outstanding South Australian food & drink, vibrant entertainment, diverse spaces for functions, conferences & weddings, inviting leisure facilities ... and so much more.

The Bridgeport has recently undergone an amazing $45 million transformation, retaining its local identity, whilst completing an extensive and stylish new development, placing it amongst the very best hotels in South Australia.

This is a complete 'destination' hotel, with a range of attractions and facilities for visitors, including: - 100 high quality guest rooms, with king beds and contemporary amenities - Rivergum Restaurant, Terrace, & Lounge - CODS Sports Bar - Infinity swimming pool & bar - Conference & meeting rooms - Private function spaces - Drive-through bottle shop - Gaming - On-site parking, undercover and open-air

Situated just 1 hour from Adelaide, in the heart of the picturesque Murraylands Region, Murray Bridge is renowned for wild lagoons, riverside cliffs, giant red gums, diverse wildlife, and fantastic produce. Major attractions including Monarto Safari Park, The Bend Motorsport Park, and the Murray Princess paddle steamer are close by.

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Coonalpyn Hotel

From $65 to $100

Coonalpyn Hotel is a warm and inviting Country Pub situated right on the Dukes Highway halfway between Murray Bridge and Keith. (200 kilometers south-east of Adelaide)

The Coonalpyn Silos Mural is just a quick walk across the road which features five local junior primary school children in various poses - painted by Artist Guido van Helten in 2017

Coonalpyn Hotel offers delicious homemade meals which are served 7 days a week with the option to eat in the front bar, the dining area or outside. Takeaway is also available and you can call ahead to place your order. (Function room available for hire - call for details.)

The hotel has 14 Rooms containing en-suits, air-conditioners (heating and cooling), colour television and complimentary tea or coffee is available on request. Each room is different, accommodating a variety of beds - single, double and Queen.

A large flat grassed area at the rear of the hotel can accommodate the self contained traveler from swags to five star caravans with drive through access so reversing is not an issue

Cozy wood fires for Winter and crisp cold air conditioners for Summer with nice cold beer on tap all year round!

Come and check us out!

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Lake Albert Motel

From $105 to $140

Lake Albert Motel, in the centre of Meningie, provides guests with 14 clean 3½ star en-suite units.

Room Features:

8 Deluxe double rooms with a Queen bed
3 Triple rooms with a Queen bed plus one Single bed
1 Family room with a Queen bed, 3 Single beds & handicapped bathroom
1 Deluxe unit with Queen bed plus lounge & kitchenette
1 Deluxe Suite with lounge area, King bed & Spa bathroom with separate toilet

All units have en-suite bathroom, television & DVD, air conditioning, tea & coffee making facilities, microwave, mini fridge, complimentary WIFI, hair dryers, irons, & ironing boards. Free DVD hire is available. Our Motel has all the little extras you expect from a family run motel.

Meningie is perfectly located if you are wanting to visit the Coorong National Park (including Chinaman’s Well, Parkna Point and the Pelican observation lookout), Raukkan (home of David Unaipon and the Raukkan church – both of which appear on the Australian $50 Note), the Meningie Cheese Factory Museum and Restaurant, Camp Coorong, the Meningie Lookout, Pelican Path and the Jubilee Lions Park, Birdman of the Coorong, the Pink lake and plenty of great bird watching spots.

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MILANG LAKES MOTEL

From $85 to $125

Budget Motel offering 12 accommodation units. Most rooms have Queen Size Bed plus single (only 3 are without a single).

Standard motel unit with kitchenette, airconditioned. Comfortable, clean and pleasant rooms.

Located on the shore of Lake Alexandrina, in the village of Milang 5256.

Ample parking, Pet Friendly (subject to conditions and booking availability) Easy parking for boat/trailer.

Member of Golden Chain and Linked to Booking.com and Expedia channels.

Mannum Motel

From $100 to $220

Situated alongside the magnificent Murray River in the historic town of Mannum, just 84 kilometres from Adelaide, the Mannum Motel is a family owned and operated property that prides itself on customer service. Offering a range of onsite facilities, including function rooms, licensed café, accommodation and much more, the Mannum Motel is the perfect destination for your next river escape.

Offering comfortable and spacious accommodation, unwind in your choice of guest rooms, with the option to upgrade to a superb River View Room. For those travelling with children, spacious Family Rooms provide a great base for your river adventures.

The fully licensed Café Mannum offers spectacular views of the river through its floor to ceiling windows as you enjoy a casual meal, coffee or refreshing beverage. Also home to a gallery of images by local photographer Dave Hartley, Café Mannum is open to the public for breakfast, saturdays and sundays, dinners wednesday to Saturday night - or drop in from 8am to 5pm sundays to Tuesday, 8-8pm Wednesday to Saturday nights for a beer, wine or coffee.

With town tours by the hosts and traditional country hospitality, the team at the Mannum Motel look forward to making your visit an enjoyable one that will keep you coming back!

Meningie Hotel

From $60 to $75

Just across from Lake Albert and in a town that’s small enough to be a quiet refuge and yet big enough to have all facilities, the Meningie Hotel is a perfect place to base yourself whilst exploring the lower Murray and Coorong.

In one direction it’s just a short, beautiful drive to Raukken, home of David Unaipon and its famous church - both of them are on our $50.00 note - and this country’s only inland lighthouse at Port Malcolm. In another it’s just 20 minutes to the Coorong with its estuarine wonders. For motorsport fans , it’s less than an hour to the new raceway at The Bend.

On the long weekend in June the back-yard is converted into a grass race track for the hosting of the Australian Ride-on Mower championships where highly modified machines reach speeds of up to 80kph!

Inside, where the bar is topped with gleaming red-gum, there is everything you hope to find in a country hotel. The restaurant’s open every night and serves lunch Wednesday to Sunday. The speciality is delicious local Coorong Mullett.

Rooms are comfortable but don't sleep in – you might miss one of the biggest pelican colonies on the river!

Meningie Hotel

From $45

Welcome to the Coorong and the Meningie Hotel. We're all about fresh food and great value with a penchant for live entertainment.

We'd love to pass on our passion for great tasting food and perhaps even share a wine or two with you as you dine on our hand-prepared cuisine with a distinctly Aussie twist. Our locally sourced Coorong Mullet is the star of our delectable menu- its subtle flavour bursts to life with our special blend of native herbs and spices. And our heavenly house-made ice-creams are simply mouth-watering.

We've prepared an elegant space for you to sample some of our local culinary delights while you sip a gorgeous glass of proudly Australian wine. Or perhaps a cup of some of Australia's finest coffee with a house-made sweet treat is more to your taste.

Stay late to enjoy the open fire and our regular live music events in Bar 1867. We even have four rooms upstairs so you can relax and stay the night.

We're a family owned and operated venue. Families are most welcome.

You're officially invited to join us and experience the delights of our fine region, just 90 minutes from Adelaide's central business district.

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Meningie Hotel Restaurant

The Meningie Hotel Restaurant is all about fresh food and great value with a penchant for live entertainment.

We'd love to pass on our passion for great tasting food and perhaps even share a wine or two with you as you dine on our hand-prepared cuisine with a distinctly Aussie twist. Our locally sourced Coorong Mullet is the star of our delectable menu - its subtle flavour bursts to life with our special blend of native herbs and spices. And our heavenly house-made ice-creams are simply mouth watering.

We've prepared an elegant space for you to sample some of our local culinary delights while you sip a gorgeous glass of proudly Australian wine. Or perhaps a cup of some of Australia's finest coffee with a house-made sweet treat is more to your taste.

Stay late to enjoy the open fire and our regular live music events in Bar 1867.

We're a family owned and operated venue. Families are most welcome.

You're officially invited to join us and experience the delights of our fine region, just 90 minutes from Adelaide's central business district.

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