The Best Hotels and Places to Stay in Yarrawonga, Victoria

The Sebel Yarrawonga Silverwoods boasts a large, lakeside infinity pool
The Sebel Yarrawonga Silverwoods boasts a large, lakeside infinity pool | © The Sebel Yarrawonga Silverwoods / Expedia
Photo of Claire Turrell
13 December 2021

Yarrawonga knows how to embrace the slow life, from peppery extra virgin olive oils nurtured in 20-year-old farms, to an island nature park with scenic trails. You can also climb aboard a paddle steamer on Lake Mulwala and savour lunch as you watch the world drift by. Take a road trip with a difference and visit Australia’s largest outdoor gallery, the Silo Art Trail. Hotels in Yarrawonga are just as eye-catching, as they include boutique stays or villas you can have all to yourself, all bookable with Culture Trip.

The Sebel Yarrawonga Silverwoods, for a luxury lifestyle

View of luxurious outdoor terrace at Sebel Yarrawonga Silverwoods, with swimming pool, covered bar and outdoor dining area with white sofa seating.
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The Sebel is a designer hotel on the shores of the Murray River. One-, two- or three-bedroom suites are available with king-sized beds and views of the water. The three-bedroom suites feature a designer fireplace, freestanding tub and a furnished wraparound balcony. Order freshly shucked oysters or pizza fresh from the oven in the raw-brick Stock & Barrel restaurant, warmed by a wood burner. Want to indulge? Enjoy a signature cocktail at the pool bar or visit the day spa.

The Orchard, for a private pool

Dining room area at the Orchard with long wooden dining table, and floor-to-ceiling windows looking out onto a swimming pool.
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You’ll have this villa all to yourself. Four bedrooms, with queen-sized beds under cooling ceiling fans, wrap around a pool. Start the day with breakfast overlooking the garden, or take a dip. In the evening, kick back on deep leather sofas in the lounge or spark up the barbecue on the veranda.

Yarrawonga Hotel, for traditional elegance

The white Yarrawonga Hotel has two storeys and a pretty, upper balcony with latticed railing, plus car parking in front.
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Design lovers will want to check into this whitewashed Victorian hotel with its postcard-pretty wrought-iron terrace. Choose from the one-bedroom King suite with claw-foot bath and chic kitchenette, or a queen-sized bed in a Stable Suite. In the bistro-style exposed-brick restaurant, sample Australian vintages and the catch of the day, delivered fresh from the fish market.

The Silver Bull All Abilities, for a homely stay

Open-plan living room and dining area at the Silver Bull All Abilities, with black leather corner sofa, white kitchen units and copper ceiling-mounted lights.
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Looking for a home from home? Choose this five-bedroom villa near the Black Bull Golf Course. Under the vaulted ceiling, you’ll find a lounge, kitchen and dining room that offer open-plan living. The white-tile bathroom with freestanding clawfoot tub is perfect for soaking in. But the outdoor spa is pretty special too, with water jets designed to sooth your muscles after a round or two on the course.

Central Yarrawonga Motor Inn, for great value

Double room at the Central Yarrawonga Motor Inn, with bare-brick walls, grey carpet, warm lighting and large, shuttered floor-to-ceiling window.
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The Motor Inn is a budget motel in the centre of the city, with twin, double, king and family rooms with bunk beds. But just because it’s kind on the wallet doesn’t mean that you have to give up on those little luxuries – in the hotel suites you’ll find premium linens, a smart TV and hairdryer. There’s also a pool in the grounds.

Paradise Waters Yarrawonga, for hammock hangs

Luxurious balcony at Paradise Waters Yarrawonga, with lake view, large canvas hammock, comfy seating and potted tree fern.
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Enjoy luxury lakeside living at Paradise Waters. On the first floor, you’ll find an open lounge with a monochrome kitchen that invites guests to gather on bar stools for a chat, or relax on the comfy sofas around a fireplace. Catch some rays in the lush back garden, or walk up to the first floor and relax in your hammock on the balcony overlooking the water. There are four bedrooms to choose from.

Lakeside Landing – Waterfront, for family-friendly stays

Large open-plan living room area at Lakeside Landing - Waterfront, with expansive grey corner sofa, large wall-mounted TV and wide floor-to-ceiling window with lake view.
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Enjoy uninterrupted views of the lake from this art-filled three-bedroom home overlooking the lake. Everyone will appreciate the open-plan living, with L-shaped sofas in the lounge and barstools under the kitchen units. Kids will love the room filled with bunk beds. Take a seat on the terrace or on the gated lawn next to the water. If you’re a keen golfer, the 18-hole Black Bull Golf Course is just seven minutes’ away.

Burkes Hotel Motel, for complimentary breakfast

Small windowless room at Burkes Hotel Motel, decorated in beige and neutral tones, with double bed, desk, wall-mounted TV and small sofa.
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This motel offers budget accommodation in the heart of town. Rooms come with a flat-screen TV, coffee and tea facilities, and refrigerator. The complimentary continental breakfast of cereal, coffee and juice will power you up for the day, but if you have room for more, the bistro will help quash any hunger pangs. If you are there for business, it offers speedy wifi and a business centre. Or if you just want to relax, try your hand at mini golf or visit the bowling alley nearby.

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