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Freshest coffee and delicious foods
Eggs to how you like, focaccias, wraps, lasagne, steak sandwiches, hamburgers, thick shakes, milk shakes, ice coffee, chicken snitzel, parmas, salads
Beautifully rare & unique experience
A place to enjoy a wide range of bird-life, rare & endangered plant species. historical buildings. Unique & rare environment not seen anywhere else.
A tribute to local Karlie McDonald
The Kerang Memorial Clock Tower was built in 1933 in memory of Karlie McDonald a local hero. The tower is 10.35 metres tall, with a 3.75 sqm base.
Western Victorian Highlands
Surrounded by the endless plains and fields, hiking, rock climbing, camping, exploring wilderness of mountain ranges & wetlands, swimming & canoeing
Visitor info for Western Victoria
Providing information on accommodation, attractions and the Southern Grampians region.
Deep depth bowls for maximum fun
Includes a multi-level simple bowl with several additions including elevated walls and sub-boxes with depth of the bowl of 5ft and 7ft for all levels
A garden tribute to Eric Dingle
A garden commemorates Eric Dingle who planted the beautiful gardens in Atkinson Park to the gratitude of the Kerang community.
The shop with the pie on top
Freshly baked bread rolls & large range of assorted cakes & slices baked on the premises daily. Wholesale availabl
Wildlife Reserve Park
Tracks in this park lead to perfect shady sites along the Murray. A great place for camping, swimming, kayaking, fishing and bushwalking.
Fresh Produce - Sonre Farm Family Owned
Italian style cafe offering breakfast, morning & afternoon teas & lunch in a spacious & relaxed atmosphere. Gourmet foods, drinks & licenced.
Magical sunsets over a majestic Lake
Lake Charm has long been a popular holiday destination. Unlimited recreational activities around the lake for all ages for the whole family.
Splendid views of the Kerang township
The tower was built in 1883 as a water storage and offers panoramic views of the area from the viewing area from the top.
Meet me at the Workers!
Largest Sporting TAB Club Complex. All day dining 7am-10pm Bistro or Alfresco. Lounge Sports Bar and Super TAB.
Where the Murray meets the Darling
The junction of Australia’s two longest rivers. The Murray and Darling Rivers form the the fourth largest river system in the world.
822 acres of shifting sands dunes
10 hectares of striking red sandhills that were once part of the huge Willandra Lakes System dating back to an ice age 40,000 years ago.
Casual relaxed dining
Dine in or take away, open 7 days, cooking all day from 11:30am, wood fired pizza, pasta, focaccia, antipasto, salads, cakes, coffee, ice-cream.
A fun park full of family facilities
Riverside Park on Monash Drive which is a popular park with picnic areas, BBQ facilities, a playground and a sound shell. Fun for all the family.
Be a pioneer and step back in time
Set on the banks of the Murray, Swan Hill boasts an enjoyable Mediterranean climate. Enjoy food, wine, country town hospitality and country town fun.
A tribute to local soldiers
A tribute erected to commemorate the Centenaries of The Anglo Boer War of South Africa 1899-1999 and The Federation of Australia 1901-2001.
Swan Hill's Giant Celebrity Fish!
11 metres in length & 6 metres wide, built as a movie prop for a film called ‘Eight Ball’, the giant cod was loved by the locals so much it stayed
One of the world's longest rivers
The mighty Murray River, stretching 2,700 kilometres from the mountains of the Great Dividing Range to Adelaide (Rob Blackburn/2009/The Murray)
Biggest Beer Garden in Town
Perfectly positioned on the famous ‘Feast Street’. Amazing Beer Garden & Bar, entertainment, well-priced, quality pub meals for lunch & dinner.
Olive Oil farm sales, home style food
Extra Virgin Olive oil tastings & farm sales, local food products, olive skin care & giftware. Great coffee & cake, informative tours, groups welcome
Im remembrance of the Great War
The monument is situated on a very prominent corner in the township in memory of those who who enlisted. fought & died in the Great War in 1914-1918
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