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Sonbern Lodge Motel, Wallaroo

Historic Sonbern Lodge is located in the heart of Wallaroo only a short stroll from the beautiful beach and jetty. Built in 1912, Sonbern Lodge is a stately motel boasting the charm of turn of the century architecture with modern refurbishment’s and all the comforts and conveniences of today. Sonbern Lodge makes an ideal base to discover the Copper Coast and explore the Yorke Peninsula. Quality lodge or motel style accommodation is available from the basic rate with shared facilities to the comfort of self contained units with all modern conveniences. So when next deciding where to stay consider this – at Sonbern Lodge you can enjoy a time long forgotten when life was a lot simpler. Our cooked country breakfast will complete your old world experience.

Accommodation Options


One double or one queen size and one single bed.


One double or queensize bed and one or two single beds.


One double and two single beds.

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