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Hotels in Naracoorte, South Australia

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Bushmans Arms Hotel

Bushmans Arms Hotel Formerly the commercial Hotel. Naracoorte's oldest surviving building which has been open since 1861. * Good meals. * Recently (2007)renovated with the new Venus Bar and Gaming Shed and the Bushman's Grill Dining Room....

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20 Robertson Street
Naracoorte
South Australia 5271
Phone:
08 87 622 100
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Kincraig Hotel

The Kincraig Hotel has preserved the name of Naracoorte's original township and was built by the well known wine spirit merchant A.E & F.C Tolley. The licence from the Globe Hotel at Kincraig was transferred to the newly completed building...

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158 Smith Street,
Naracoorte
South Australia 5271
Phone:
08 8762 2200
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Naracoorte Hotel Motel

Naracoorte Hotel Motel "The Naracoorte Hotel dates back to 1847 when the first storey of the main building was constructed. Later, in the early 1900s, a second storey was added. The property then remained mostly unchanged until the late 1900s...

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73 Ormerod St
Naracoorte
South Australia 5271
Phone:
08 8762 2400
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Information on Naracoorte, SA 5271

Centre of the town with the war memorial statue.
Photo 16/01/2009
Photo and information submitted by Gary Pope, Many Thanks

The town is famous for its nearby caves, boasting some of the finest (thin/long) stalagtites.

The original spelling of the town was "Narracoorte". The name was later incorrectly gazetted as "Naracoorte" and that spelling was subsequently accepted.

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