Winton

  • "Once a jolly swagman camped by a billabong..." You'll be forgiven for relentlessly whistling this famous tune while you're in Winton, as it's the very home of Banjo Patterson's 'Waltzing Matilda'. Reputedly inspired by an 1894 shearer's suicide at the nearby Combo Waterhole and first performed in Winton's North Gregory Hotel on 6th April 1895, you can learn all about Banjo and the adopted national anthem at the Waltzing Matilda Centre in Winton. First settled in 1875 and originally called 'Pelican Waterhole', Winton has plenty on offer to keep you busy for at least a day or two. The town

  • Banjos Overnight and Holiday Units
    Banjos Overnight and Holiday Units

    At Banjo's Overnight and Holiday Units, relax in peaceful garden surroundings on the private veranda

  • Winton Outback Motel
    Winton Outback Motel

    The Winton Outback Motel is within walking distance to all the local attractions including the

  • Carisbrooke Station
    Carisbrooke Station

    Situated 85 kilometres southwest of Winton amidst the splendour of Cory's Range fascinating red mesa

  • North Gregory Hotel
    North Gregory Hotel

    The North Gregory Hotel prides itself on providing warm and welcoming accommodation to the discerning

  • Matilda Motel
    Matilda Motel

    The Matilda Motel is situated in the centre of town, opposite the Waltzing Matilda Centre

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