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Birks Of Goolwa, Goolwa

In 1913 Napier Birks, a prominent Adelaide businessman, built his country retreat. Positioned on a rise overlooking the river, historic Birks of Goolwa exudes an aura of character and charm in traditional hosted bed and breakfast accommodation. Relax in the rambling and tranquil garden with its abundance of bird life and a swimming pool screened by majestic trees. Indulge in the ambience and privacy of this historic retreat. Features include two luxuriously appointed guest rooms providing reverse cycle airconditioning, queen size beds, ensuites and televisions. They have a large living room with log fires, magazines, library of compact discs and videos. Upon arrival you will be greeted by your host.

Accommodation Options


Two queen size beds.


Two queen size beds and one double sofa bed.

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