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Smerdon Lodge Motel offers an outdoor pool, a barbecue area and free Wi-Fi access. It is a 3-minute drive from Horsham Regional Art Gallery and a 5-minute drive from the Botanical Gardens. super friendly staff. simple but clean and tidy and comfortable. wine glasses plates and cutlery for late arrivals eating takeaways have stayed twice now and would stay again.
Ploughmans Motor Inn is a 2-minute walk from May Park and a 5-minute walk from the Horshams Shopping District. It offers a seasonal outdoor pool, free parking and free Wi-Fi access. The location was right there on the highway on the edge of town, located near three lots of Fast Food a Pub, and a servo. Perfect! The local shopping centre with Woolworths etc is about 1 km away.
Located in the heart of Horsham, just 2 minutes’ walk from May Park, this motel offers free WiFi, free parking and daily maid service. Room was behind reception therefore blocking road noise. The bed was really comfortable I usually have trouble sleeping in different beds but no trouble here. The location suited us perfectly.
Golden Grain Motor Inn is located in Horsham town center, a minute’s walk from May Park. It offers a heated indoor pool, a games room and free on-site parking. great location plenty of room in family rooms and staff very helpful and friendly fully recommend this place.
Dimboola is a largely unknown gem as a holiday destination. The Wimmera River, Little Desert National Park and Snape Reserve are fantastic areas of bushland habitat for birds, kangaroos and wallabies. The township is in the process of transforming and now has a very nice coffee shop/cafe (Dimboola Store) and the Victoria Hotel provides excellent pub meals. There are some quirky shops like the Dimboola Imaginarium, and interesting historical exhibits (the Nolan Gallery, Dimboola Print Museum and Historical Society museum), although you may need an appointment to get into these. Nearby Jeparit has the amazing Wimmera Mallee Pioneer Museum, a whole historical village!
Fantastic for a walkabout male like me. But if you like to eat out, finding something open apart from the Bakery from Sunday to Wednesday is pretty much impossible. Riverside Caravan Park and Bowling Club both great. Badly needs a non-casual-tourism purpose to exist, especially with the Melb-Adelaide road and the train line. An indigenous tour both around town and into the Desert would be tops. Shops were mainly closed or seemingly abandoned. No way to rent bikes, river craft, fishing gear, or to buy much of a non-Bakery meal Sun to Wed. IGA store is great!
Dimboola, has unfortunately been bypassed by time and is run down like many small country towns in Australia, with little to offer except for the once magnificent Victoria Hotel which is well worth a look and serves great food. The staff are very friendly and helpful.
Dimboola Store is a great place to have breakfast. Nearby Pink Lake is worth a look but otherwise not much to see in Dimboola. Its about half way between Adelaide and Melbourne and ok for a 1 night stay.
Lovely place for an overnight stop if travelling from Adelaide to Melbourne or vice versa. Lovely river in a small town. Good Hotel Victoria for a meal with a lot of old world charm. Motel was ageing but had all of the mod cons required for a good overnight stop with comfy beds, air cond, wifi, TV etc.
Nice enough spot to stop off on the way between ADL & MEL if you wish to break up the trip, & don’t want to stay in Horsham. Hotel Victoria meals were brilliant, amazing pork belly, sensational pasta dishes & very tasty calamari. Dimboola Motel clean but very dated.
The Desert Fox was outstanding value for money. Clean and comfortable with all the comforts of your own home. Dimboola has so much to offer to both single travelers and families. Enjoy the river , sporting facilities and the peace and quiet of this gem of the Wimmera.
I was very happy with the Motel Dimboola and Pool was good