Bushrangers, overlanders, ghosts and a beer! The Historic Overland Corner Hotel is both pub and living museum. This historic hotel was built in 1859 on the site - ''Overland Corner'' - which had become a popular resting place for drovers.
If you would like to stay for a bite to eat, lunch is available Tuesday to Sunday from 12pm to 2pm and dinner on Thursday to Saturday nights from 6pm to 8pm. Dinner available Tuesday and Wednesday evenings for groups of 10 or more by prior arrangement. Due to small size of hotel, bookings are recommended.
Situated 700 metres from the Murray River and 21 kilometres from Barmera off the Goyder Highway, the hotel boasts the biggest beer garden in the Riverland and includes a quaint dining room with two open log fire for those cold winter days, fully licensed venue, no byo, pool table and heaps of memorabilia of yester year. The hotel can cater for any occasion large or small.Visit Website
Access With Assistance for the Disabled, Car park, Catering, Coach Parking, Parking for the Disabled, Public Toilet, Restaurant - Licensed, Shaded Area, Sheltered Area, Tour Desk, Walking Tracks
Birdwatching, Bushwalking, Camping, Self-Guided
Food and Wine, Historic/Heritage, Lakes/Rivers/Dams