Quench your thirst at Overland Corner in one of South Australia’s most quirky historic hotels.
Built in 1859, the Overland Corner Hotel was originally an isolated frontier pub, frequented only by cattlemen. Today it’s owned by the National Trust and includes a museum, nearby mines and a cemetery.
Overland Corner sits in the Riverland, where the Murray River weaves its way through some of Australia’s more impressive river scenery. See graceful river red gums, limestone cliffs, and the region’s lush vineyards, orchards and citrus groves.
Overland Corner became famous from 1838 as a river crossing and stopover for overlanders moving from the eastern states to South Australia. You are welcome to use it as your stopover too!