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Wentworth Grande Resort

61 - 79 Darlling Street, Wentworth NSW 2648
The Wentworth Grande Resort offers 50 fully air-conditioned, spacious rooms on the banks of one of Australia's famous river, The Darling River. Wentworth is located on the junction of Australia's two mighty rivers, the Murray and the Darling Rivers Offering a range of accommodation suites from budget to presidential suites, Wentworth Grande Resort has something for everyone. Enjoy the facilities including licensed restaurant on site or make your way to the tennis courts and golf club, just a short drive down the road. Take a short drive to the World Heritage listed Lake Mungo and the Perry Sand Hills or simply relax by the outdoor heated pool in the Tropical Gardens at the Resort. Sample wines from one of the many wineries in the region or try your luck at the Wentworth Services Club which is located right next door to the Resort. Wentworth Grande Resort is able to cater for conferences, weddings and large group dinners. The resorts chef can cater for your needs, from simple finger food to a three course meal option. Please contact the friendly staff at Wentworth Grande Resort for further information.
Wentworth Grande Resort Logo and Images

Wentworth Grande Resort

61 - 79 Darlling Street, Wentworth NSW 2648
The Wentworth Grande Resort offers 50 fully air-conditioned, spacious rooms on the banks of one of Australia's famous river, The Darling River. Wentworth is located on the junction of Australia's two mighty rivers, the Murray and the Darling Rivers Offering a range of accommodation suites from budget to presidential suites, Wentworth Grande Resort has something for everyone. Enjoy the facilities including licensed restaurant on site or make your way to the tennis courts and golf club, just a short drive down the road. Take a short drive to the World Heritage listed Lake Mungo and the Perry Sand Hills or simply relax by the outdoor heated pool in the Tropical Gardens at the Resort. Sample wines from one of the many wineries in the region or try your luck at the Wentworth Services Club which is located right next door to the Resort. Wentworth Grande Resort is able to cater for conferences, weddings and large group dinners. The resorts chef can cater for your needs, from simple finger food to a three course meal option. Please contact the friendly staff at Wentworth Grande Resort for further information.
Wentworth Grande Resort Logo and Images

Wentworth Grande Resort

61 - 79 Darlling Street, Wentworth NSW 2648
The Wentworth Grande Resort offers 50 fully air-conditioned, spacious rooms on the banks of one of Australia's famous river, The Darling River. Wentworth is located on the junction of Australia's two mighty rivers, the Murray and the Darling Rivers Offering a range of accommodation suites from budget to presidential suites, Wentworth Grande Resort has something for everyone. Enjoy the facilities including licensed restaurant on site or make your way to the tennis courts and golf club, just a short drive down the road. Take a short drive to the World Heritage listed Lake Mungo and the Perry Sand Hills or simply relax by the outdoor heated pool in the Tropical Gardens at the Resort. Sample wines from one of the many wineries in the region or try your luck at the Wentworth Services Club which is located right next door to the Resort. Wentworth Grande Resort is able to cater for conferences, weddings and large group dinners. The resorts chef can cater for your needs, from simple finger food to a three course meal option. Please contact the friendly staff at Wentworth Grande Resort for further information.
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Avoca-on-Darling Hospitality

1122A Low Darling Road, Wentworth NSW 2648
Avoca-on-Darling Hospitality is a heritage listed homestead complex, which was the Head Station of one of the original sheep and cattle stations in Far South Western New South Wales. By the turn of the century 'Avoca Station' covered 1,100 square miles. Although it is located on the edge of the outback it is only 20 minutes from historic Wentworth, 30 tourist attractions, supermarket, service station, hotels, shops and services. Avoca-on-Darling Hospitality is one of the Darling's best kept secrets, offering dinner bed and breakfast or self-contained accommodation in the historic buildings constructed in the 1870s of stone and pine logs. The large rooms and high ceilings are characteristic of the period. During winter wood fires burn brightly and in summer the wide verandas provide shade and views across the lawns sloping down to the shady river gums and cool deep river. Extensive gardens, jacaranda and peppercorn trees and tennis court surround the homestead complex beyond which stand original out-buildings and the fruit and vegetable garden . You are invited to stay or visit for Tea and Tour by appointment, relax and experience the special ambience provided by the property, owned by experienced hosts Ian and Barbara Law since 2000....
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Avoca-on-Darling Hospitality

1122A Low Darling Road, Wentworth NSW 2648
Avoca-on-Darling Hospitality is a heritage listed homestead complex, which was the Head Station of one of the original sheep and cattle stations in Far South Western New South Wales. By the turn of the century 'Avoca Station' covered 1,100 square miles. Although it is located on the edge of the outback it is only 20 minutes from historic Wentworth, 30 tourist attractions, supermarket, service station, hotels, shops and services. Avoca-on-Darling Hospitality is one of the Darling's best kept secrets, offering dinner bed and breakfast or self-contained accommodation in the historic buildings constructed in the 1870s of stone and pine logs. The large rooms and high ceilings are characteristic of the period. During winter wood fires burn brightly and in summer the wide verandas provide shade and views across the lawns sloping down to the shady river gums and cool deep river. Extensive gardens, jacaranda and peppercorn trees and tennis court surround the homestead complex beyond which stand original out-buildings and the fruit and vegetable garden . You are invited to stay or visit for Tea and Tour by appointment, relax and experience the special ambience provided by the property, owned by experienced hosts Ian and Barbara Law since 2000....

Junction Views

62 Cadell Street, Wentworth NSW 2648
Junction Views is set in natural bushland which leads to the river with abundant bird life and opportunities for fishing and water sports. The renovated four bedroom house accommodates for up to eight adults. Amenities include a large living area, modern kitchen, bathroom and laundry, outdoor entertaining area, outdoor setting, barbecue, and effective air-conditioning and heating. Bedding, cutlery, appliances, and provision for up to eight persons is supplied. Take a stroll, as it is a short distance to the junction of the Mighty Murray and Darling Rivers, Lock 10 and Weir. ...

Rivertrack Studios and Gallery

127B Darling Street, Wentworth NSW 2648
Rivertrack Studios and Gallery are designers and manufacturers of handmade sterling silver jewellery, wood carving, and fine art. Unique one of a kind jewellery made with sterling silver and incorporating titanium, wood and semi-precious stones. Artist Dee Craig has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Visual Arts and Applied Design. As well as being an accomplished silversmith, Dee carves walking poles from local woods and grows and decorates gourds. Her work is mostly inspired by the local environment and she uses ethically sourced materials where possible....

Pooncarie Field Day

Racecourse Road, Wentworth NSW 2648
Come and see popular favourites such as the Pen of Three Lambs and the Fleece Comp as well as the art and craft events - the Bush Photo Comp and Boot Art. For those wanting to watch the Goat Dog Trails and Sheep Dog Trials are always entertaining. Watch out this year for the Whip Cracking twist to test just how talented they are. Making its return after being a roaring success in its first year in 2011 is the Ladies Trailer Backing Competition. The kids will be occupied all day with colouring competitions, Mothers Day Cup Cake Decorating Competition, Bush Photo Competition, whip cracking, boot art, Well Worn Bush Hat and free jumping castle. Some of the new and returning exhibitors include all major sponsors as well as Koolaman Designs, Think Water, Mildura Native Nursery, Sunrise Ag, Wallers, The Pit Stop and Outback Whips and Leather. Livestock Exhibitors will be attending and there is plenty for the ladies and mums. The Bar and food stalls will be open all day and there is a fantastic line up of entertainment starting in the afternoon and continuing into the evening. As always the community auction is being held raising funds for various community health organisations and for the first time the Pooncarie Field Day will hold their own stand selling some local goods and merchandise to raise funds for the Broken Hill Outback Mobile Resource Unit - affectionately known as Toy Library - who provide a valuable service to preschool aged children from Tibooburra south to Gol Gol....

Wentworth River Cruises

Port of Wentworth, Wentworth NSW 2648
Enjoy a unique and relaxing experience cruising the Murray and Darling Rivers aboard the stunning vessel, 'Wentworth', with your hosts Greg and Julia Evans. Cruise in comfort and style with large windows for panoramic viewing, and air-conditioning for your comfort, with wheelchair access and amenities. The 'Wentworth' is fully licensed, so sit back and relax with a drink, or a 'real' coffee, and take in the natural beauty of the rivers while listening to Greg's interesting and informative commentary. Greg and Julia are professional entertainers, performing as a piano and vocal duo for functions and parties! The Wentworth runs regular weekly cruises and is available for private charter for groups, functions and conferences (featuring the latest audio and visual equipment on board). Enjoy a unique cruising experience, great entertainment, hearty home style food and personal, friendly service!...

Original Aboriginal Creations

148 Darling Street, Wentworth NSW 2648
Clair Bates is a proud traditional owner of Mutawintji National Park and Lake Mungo,and is a direct descendant of Malingappa/Paakantji (Barkindji-Darling River people) of Western New South Wales. Clair has an art gallery and gift shop in Wentworth, with original Aboriginal creations from herself and artists from the surrounding area. Visit her online store or drop in to visit. She looks forward to seeing you....

Lock 10 and Weir

Cadell Street, Wentworth NSW 2648
The weir and lock were completed in 1929. The purpose of the weir is both to maintain a high level of water for irrigation in times of little and to regulate water flow. The lock enables boats to pass from the upper stream to the downstream level of the Murray River and vice versa. To allow the migration of fish species upstream past the weir at anytime, special 'fishways' have been built at the abutments of Lock 10. A series of interconnected pools allow the fish to move from pool to pool as part of their upstream travel. This is an important step in the long term recovery of the River Murray ecology. For visitors to the weir and lock area, numerous picnic tables are available for a pleasant lunch by the water with barbecues across the road for those preferring to cook their own. ...

Wentworth Junction Rally

Cadell Street, Wentworth NSW 2648
The Wentworth Junction Rally will be on again in July 2017. Proudly presented by The Vintage Machinery Society Of Sunraysia and Rivers and Riverboat Historical and Preservation Society, the Junction Rally features vintage engines, paddleboats, steam engines, barges, vintage machinery, steam launches, heritage crafts, classic river boats, vintage tractors, vintage bikes, vintage cars, children's rides, food and drinks. Come and join the Wentworth community for the weekend. There will be plenty of entertainment for people of all ages....

Adelora Houseboats

44 Cadell Street, Wentworth NSW 2648
Wentworth is where the confluence of Australia's two greatest rivers, the mighty Murray and the Darling, and has the best of both rivers. Aboard the classic owner-operated "Adelora Houseboat", a boat of absolute quality and appointment, you, with your family and friends, can cruise in over 200 kilometres of Australia's most famous river playground. The Adelora gives you the chance to escape, relax and enjoy that well deserved holiday in both comfort and style. If you want to enjoy the attractions the Mildura/Wentworth region has to offer, they recommend a trip upstream to Mildura and beyond. If you want to get away from it all, for that stress free adventure holiday, or if fishing and water skiing are your passion, then downstream from Wentworth towards Lock Nine is the place for you. The third option available only from Wentworth, is a leisurely trip up the Darling River....

Old Wentworth Gaol

Beverley Street, Wentworth NSW 2648
The Old Wentworth Gaol offers a self-guided tour that gives you a chance to inspect the inside of a fascinating historical landmark, designed to serve a vast region. The historic Wentworth Gaol now stands as a vivid reminder of those harsh and uncompromising days, when Wentworth stood on the edge of the lonely Australian inland. The gaoler's residence is where you start your tour. It is also where you can purchase souvenirs, gift ware, and a large range of antiques....

Artback Australia Gallery and Cafe

8 Adelaide Street, Wentworth NSW 2648
Immerse yourself in the unique environment that is Artback. Artback Australia is set in a stunning heritage building that has to be seen to be believed. As well as views of the Darling River, there is always something new to see in the Artback Gallery which features a variety of paintings, drawings, textiles, jewellery and photography by the wonderfully diverse group of artists that share this creative way of life. Enjoy fresh coffee, homemade cakes, changing lunch menu, quality wines and beer. The wide front veranda, sheltered courtyard and comfortable library corner are great places to chat with friends or read the paper. Book an Artback art class, function or meeting in the beautiful modern and spacious building. Artback is a welcoming place to visit, you will be well taken care of by the friendly staff as you sit and have a drink with friends....

Wentworth Visitor Information Centre

66 Darling Street, Wentworth NSW 2648
Call into the Visitor Information Centre to pick up your Drive Trail Map and discover the attractions that others miss. The friendly and helpful team will guide you around the area and do their absolute best to answer all your travelling queries. Wentworth Shire is a region of great diversity and it offers you the opportunity to experience an introduction to outback Australia. It is a land of rivers, creeks and lagoons; of windmills, bores and waterholes. There are miles of saltbush, acacia, casuarina and mallee, wide flat plains, drifting desert sands, red roads and cobalt blue skies. Magnificent ancient eucalyptus trees that are regal, gnarled and twisted, plentiful wildflowers, kangaroos of grey, blue or red, eagles, hawks, parrots and the beautiful little azure blue finches all make up the unique landscape of this exciting region....

PS Ruby Wentworth

Fotherby Park, Wentworth NSW 2648
Step back in time as you are welcomed onboard the authentic 1907 heritage paddlesteamer PS Ruby, operating from the Murray Darling Junction. Feel a tinge of excitement and adventure as the steam chambers breathe life into the powerful paddles propelling the 205 ton riverboat. Note the lovingly restored woodwork and polished brass fittings and be amazed by the 132 foot nine inch vessel that only dips two and a half feet into the water below. Imagine how the outback opened up through the Murray and Darling rivers. Fuel had to grow out of the surrounding bush to fire up the boiler. Now the billabongs and lagoons are teeming with bird life and the spectacle of cruising on a commercially surveyed New South Wales heritage paddlesteamer is a unique opportunity. Volunteers are thrilled to welcome visitors aboard for guided and self-guided tours on various days....

Drifter Houseboat Holidays

32 Cadell Street, Wentworth NSW 2648
Drifter is an eight berth houseboat, moored near the junction of the Darling and Murray Rivers at the historic Port of Wentworth, 30 kilometres from Mildura. There are three directions that you can choose to travel, all of which offer their own special appeal. Travelling upstream on the Murray toward Mildura will allow you to visit the many attractions accessible by river. These include the Coomealla Club, Coomealla Golf Course, Mildura Winery, Lock 11 and Mildura River Front, Gol Gol Hotel and the Trentham Estate Winery. Alternatively, you might choose to cruise downstream on the Murray through Lock 10 and swim from the sandbars, fish, water-ski, bush walk or just enjoy the seclusion. Exploring the Darling River will allow you to experience the feel of the outback where the narrower channel brings you closer to bird life and wildlife....

Wentworth

Wentworth, Wentworth NSW 2648
The Murray and Darling Rivers meet at the historic port of Wentworth, which has a population of approximately 1,600. Aboriginal history dates back thousands of years, Captain Charles Sturt arrived in 1830, settlement and grazing began in the 1840s, and Wentworth was the nucleus of river trade between New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia. Wentworth retains an 'historic' atmosphere with well maintained buildings, including the Old Wentworth Gaol, Churches, Post Office, and other buildings. The two rivers provide precious water for agriculture, domestic supply and fishing, skiing, bushwalking and bird watching. Wentworth, Dareton, Buronga, Gol Gol and Pooncarie, boast magnificent river frontage. The Wentworth Shire is a unique holiday destination featuring: the Perry Sandhills (ancient, red sand dunes-great family fun); eco-cultural tours to Mungo National Park (World Heritage listed); river cruises; walking tracks, industry showcases such as a fishery, citrus orchard, wineries and viewing the local wildlife....