skip to content
Nindigully has a population of 6, yet the Pub does a roaring trade thanks to its popularity as an outback destination and events like the 4,000 strong new years eve party.
Gaz's Pub trails, visit a Pub or two

Hotels in Goolwa, South Australia

Towns and suburbs close to Goolwa | Hotels in Goolwa

Australasian Hotel

Australasian Hotel "SHR 13858 – confirmed as a State Heritage Pace 29 June 1989 This two-storey, limestone building is a significant feature in the Goolwa State Heritage Area The Australasian Hotel was built in 1857, with the first licence...

Goolwa Terrace,
Goolwa
South Australia
More Details »

Corio Hotel

Corio Hotel Established 1857 and has since been refurbished. "The historic Corio Hotel was named after the paddle-steamer Corio, which sank on the Murray River in 1857, the same year as the hotel was built. The first licence was granted...

[street view]
Railway Cutting
Goolwa
South Australia 5214
Phone:
08 8555 2011
More Details »

Goolwa Hotel

Goolwa Hotel Established in 1853 as the Goolwa Hotel, renamed Globe Hotel 1860 and Goolwa Hotel in 1861. National Trust listed. - information: Jon, Cheers * Dining - seats up to 200 in the Mozambique Restaurant * Functions * TAB No accommodation...

[street view]
7 Cadell St
Goolwa
South Australia 5214
Phone:
08 8555 2012
More Details »

Rankine's Landing Tavern

Rankine's Landing Tavern The Tavern was established in 1989.

[street view]
Hindmarsh Island,
Goolwa
South Australia 5214
Phone:
08 8555 1122
More Details »

Steam Exchange Brewery

Steam Exchange Brewery The Steam Exchange is located on the Goolwa Wharf and opens daily from 10am until 5pm. Enjoy a quiet ale on the deck or take in the river views. The Encounter Bay Brewing Company began as a concept in 2003 and created...

[street view]
1/ 1 Cutting Rd
Goolwa
South Australia 5214
Phone:
08 8555 3406
More Details »

Think! About your choices. Call Gambling Help 1800 858 858

Information on Goolwa, SA 5214

Goolwa is located at the mouth of the Murray River on Lake Alexandrina.

Home to Australia's first public railway opened in 1854. It was horse drawn rail connecting river traffic at Goolwa with the ocean port of Port Elliot.

< Gday Pubs Homepage