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Goolwa Central Motel, Goolwa

Goolwa Central Motel offers quality accommodation and comfort, centrally located with 25 large, modern luxury rooms, including spa rooms and family units, all with queen size beds, air conditioning, heating, colour television, direct dial telephone, mini bar and clock radios.

Other facilities include guest laundry, plunge pool, off street parking, data points for laptop computers. Murphy’s Inn is our licensed Irish restaurant which has a range of great traditional Irish dishes, plus a variety of steak, seafood, chicken and pasta dishes. Most tourist attractions are within walking distance or a short drive away. Adelaide is approximately one hours drive away. A bus service is available from Adelaide, the bus stop is located close to our motel.

Accommodation Options


One queen or one queen, one single and foldaway.


One queen size bed.


One queen bed, two single beds and foldaway bed.


One queen bed, two single beds and foldaway bed.


One queen size bed.


One queen bed, two single beds and foldaway bed.


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