Balranald

  • Balranald is the gateway to Mungo National Park, the new Yanga National Park is on Balranald's doorstep. Balranald is the oldest settlement on the Lower Murrumbidgee River, with records dating back well before 1850. In 1847 and 1848 George James McDonald, the Commissioner for Crown Lands for the lower Darling District came to the small village. McDonald, a Scotsman was from a small town called Balranald in the Outer Hebrides, and perhaps it was natural for him to christen his adopted place of abode Balranald. Bal (Celtic) means abode, township, a village thus Balranald signifies an abode of Ranald. Famous

  • Balranald Capri Motel
    Balranald Capri Motel

    Situated close to the town centre and local attractions, the Capri Motel has rooms for

  • Balranald Colony Inn Motel
    Balranald Colony Inn Motel

    Balranald Colony Inn Motel is a quiet, family owned and operated motel. All units are

  • Balranald Caravan Park
    Balranald Caravan Park

    The Balranald Caravan Park is situated on the banks of the Murrumbidgee River with an

  • Balranald Sturt Motel
    Balranald Sturt Motel

    Hosts Tony and Denise present the privately owned and operated Sturt Motel. The motel consists

  • Balranald Motor Inn
    Balranald Motor Inn

    Balranald Motor Inn is centrally located in Balranald on the Sturt Highway. The motel is

  • Shamrock Motel Balranald
    Shamrock Motel Balranald

    The Shamrock Motel entrance is conveniently located on the Sturt Highway. The motel is just

  • Balranald Club Motel
    Balranald Club Motel

    Balranald Club Motel is a modern motel situated in the centre of Balranald in the

  • The Homebush
    The Homebush

    With kangaroos wandering by, clear views of both sunrise and sunset, the sun on your

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