Renmark Hotel

Nestled on the banks of the majestic Murray River in South Australia, the Renmark Hotel is an important landmark in town.

Nestled on the banks of the majestic Murray River in South Australia, the Renmark Hotel is an important landmark in town. Established as the first British Empire community-owned hotel in 1897, its donations were instrumental in establishing the town supporting construction of the hospital, fire station, roads, gardens and more. Today the hotel continues its community-minded legacy returning its profits to the community by way of donations and sponsorships. 

During World War II, the hotel built an Observation Post on the tower at the front of the building that was used as an air-spotters’ post, and had personnel rostered on 24 hours a day. The hotel gained heritage listing in the 1990’s and a small museum celebrating its rich history has been established on site. Rooms are comfortable, some with river views, and facilities include a swimming pool, bistro, bar and beer garden.

Featured Renmark Hotel Journeys

Private7 days, from AU$4,863
Murray River Eco-Experience

​Discover South Australia’s rural Riverland district and the mighty Murray River on an eco-experience like no other.

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