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Local Tooleybuc Attractions

It's not all about golf! Apart from the the Tooleybuc Club Motor Inns' serene environment, there is a host of entertainment, activities and things to see also close by.

Adjacent to the motel is the renowned Tooleybuc Sporting Club, where sports fans can get their fix of live games on the big screen in a friendly country atmosphere. Guests can also play tennis, lawn bowls or mini golf at the club or have a flutter on the pokies.

Enjoy a traditional country pub meal in the bistro, and if you are in the mood for some music, both local and interstate bands and soloists often feature at the Club.

Many guests enjoy challenging somebody to a game of golf on the renowned course at the adjacent Tooleybuc Golf Club. Golf buggy and equipment hire is available from the Motel at competitive rates.

Fishing enthusiasts are catered for too, offering not only the Murray, but the Murrumbidgee, Edwards and Wakool Rivers close by.

Enjoy a walk along our stretch of the Murray River and enjoy viewing the Natural wildlife that surrounds the area.

Tooleybuc River Walk

Starting from Mensforth Park in Tooleybuc, enjoy this peaceful walk from the Tooleybuc Bridge along the Murray River, finishing at the Tooleybuc Sporting Club.

From here, follow the river along the sealed path and enjoy the glorious river, birdlife, and fresh air. When the path nears Herbert St, turn off and head to the Tooleybuc Sporting Club, home to the enormous Mallee Root – the second-biggest ever found.

Tooleybuc Bridge

The heritage-listed Tooleybuc Bridge is certainly worth stopping and viewing. 

Constructed in 1924 in response to the speedy expansion of the fruit-growing industry in the area, this bridge is a timber truss bridge with a vertical lift span and was the last of engineer Percy Allan’s bridge designs and is one of only two surviving bridges over the Murray River that incorporate Allan truss spans.

Yanga National Park

Yanga National Park, close to Balranald, features lots of great fishing spots along the Murrumbidgee River.

Yanga National Park may be one of the state's newest parks, but the land itself boasts a long and significant history. From Aboriginal families to early explorers, shearers to rabbit trappers, fishermen to campers - people have been visiting the area for millennia. Now it's your turn.

When it comes time to drop in a line, our secluded creeks and rivers boast some of the best inland fishing in Australia. 

Our waterways are a breeding ground for native fish species including one of the most prized trophies, Australia’s largest freshwater fish, the Murray Cod, which is most active in late summer and early autumn, but can be caught throughout the year.

Andrew Peace Wines

Through three generations of Peace family toil the ‘country retreat’ vineyard produced its first vintage in 1995 and a commercial winery was born.

Nurtured from the rich Murray River bank soil, the vineyard was established in the 1960’s. From a humble beginning in 1995 with a grape intake of 1711 tonnes, Andrew Peace Wines has grown to be one of Australia’s largest family owned wineries, crushing over 43,000 tonnes per year.

Tooleybuc Sporting Club

Tooleybuc Sporting Club offers meals seven days a week - Lunch and Dinner - extensive Asian Menu and limited Western Menu.

They have a nine-hole twin tee Golf Course nestled along the Mighty Murray River and two Bowling Greens.

They also have an 18 hole Mini Golf course, half Basketball Court and Enclosed Tennis Court.