18 unit motel located in beautiful Corryong. Walk to main street, located 5 houses down from local pub. All rooms contain queen bed, 4 family rooms available. All rooms are very clean and contain tea & coffee facilities with microwaves and crockery, Split systems for heating and cooling, fridge, toaster, flat screen TV, AUSTAR, bathrooms, electric blankets. BBQ and pool available for your use. Parking available .
No smoking in rooms
No animals allowed
Black Sheep is a small, family-run cafe in Corryong. Their food philosophy is simple: food should nurture, reinvigorate, inspire and encourage conversation.
Black Sheep's rural location allows us to indulge our passion for fresh, seasonal and local produce with the menu changing constantly to utilise what is available.
The cafe's passion extends to the quality of teas and coffee, service and to the conversations that unfold in the shop. Views out onto Mount Mittamatite encourage long lunches with good company....
Located an hour and a half from Thredbo Ski Resort, the heart of the famous Man from Snowy River Festival, this beautiful studio apartment is the perfect long weekend retreat or overnight stay for couple wishing to indulge in the ultimate in country comfort.
The accommodation boasts magnificent views and breathtaking scenery. Alpine Edge Accommodation provides the perfect setting for an intimate escape to the Snowy Mountains.
Alpine Edge Accommodation has a one bedroom studio apartment, boasting a spacious fully self-contained kitchen, dining and lounge area, which opens out onto a large outdoor barbecue setting with stunning views looking over Mount Mittamatite.
Alpine Edge also offers a cosy open fireplace, barbecue area and clothes washing facilities. Visit the website for more information. We can also offer an extra two queen bedrooms which then makes the apartment a three bedroom with two bathrooms....
The Corryong Op Shop is a fully stocked, air conditioned second-hand retail shop situated in the heart of the main street of Corryong.
The Shop provides an extensive range of second-hand goods including mens, ladies and children's clothing from vintage to modern day, footwear, jewellery, books, DVDs and videos. Collectable china and crockery, tins, pottery, dolls and spoons are often featured as well as snow gear, swimwear, camping and sporting equipment.
In need of extra linen then a visit to the Corryong Op Shop will ensure you leave supplied with what you require. Children are extensively catered for with toys, dress-up specials, board games and puzzles.
Come in and place your bid on the mystery auction item which is a special feature of this fantastic store.
The Corryong Op Shop has something for everyone. ...
The Man From Snowy River Museum is a volunteer run community museum located in the beautiful Upper Murray region of North East Victoria.
The extensive collection includes a number of nationally significant and locally significant items.
Highlights include the Jim Simpson POW knitted rug, a comprehensive collection of early skiing memorabilia and Jack Riley mementos and stories. ...
Corryong Sporting Complex is a friendly bar serving cold beer, wine and spirits with snacks also available.
The complex has a poker machine room, Chopsticks Chinese Restaurant and nine-hole golf course with sand greens and water hazards.
There are no strangers in this place, only friends you have not met yet. Functions and catering also available.
Corryong Sporting Complex is open seven days a week. Please contact for further information....
The annual Corryong Campdraft is being at the Corryong Recreation Reserve.
With the event incorporating the Brian Scammell Memorial Encouragement draft, Maiden Draft, Ladies Draft, Open Draft for both Novice and Opens, Mick Wheeler Memorial Novice Draft, Col Sheather Memorial Junior Draft, Chum Wheeler Memorial Juvenile Draft and the Smoky Dawson Open Draft, there are plenty of events for all to enjoy.
The Corryong Campdraft is affiliated with the Southern Campdraft Association and is run under the SCA rules.
60 per cent payment on events. $10 cattle levy included in each entry fee.
Camping is available in the Recreation Reserve over the weekend. Office and bar open at 3:30pm on Friday with meals available from 7:00pm. Gold coin donation appreciated for meals.
A kiosk and bar will be open all weekend. ...
Carwen Cottage is a self-contained and dog-friendly cottage located in the serene Nariel Valley, 38 kilometres from Corryong in the Upper Murray.
The property has a double creek frontage, the beautiful Nariel Creek, and Scrubby Creek. There are campsites available and caravans are welcome capacity for two powered sites. There is a shower and toilet block with gas hot water.
Carwen Cottage sleeps up to six people comfortably with one queen bed, a tribunk bed and another single bed. It has easy access to trout fishing, wild dog and deer hunting, four wheel driving, camping, bird watching, bush walking, swimming and gold panning.
For any further information please contact Carwen Cottage....
Boasting a rich history, Corryong is also an adventure lover's dream destination, offering rock climbing, rafting, horse riding, and a breathtaking natural environment for bushwalks, 4WD tours, cycling and fishing.
Corryong is famous as the final resting place of Jack Riley, considered by many to be the inspiration for the hero in Banjo Paterson's poem The Man from Snowy River. Visit Jack Riley's grave at the Corryong Cemetery or learn more about the legend at The Man from Snowy River Folk Museum.
For some unforgettable high country action, visit Corryong in autumn for The Man from Snowy River Bush Festival. Watch a field of riders perform incredible feats in the legendary The Man from Snowy River Challenge then wander through the open-air market listening to storytellers, bands and folk singers.
Corryong's proximity to the Murray River means you can tackle the challenging rapids then relax with something gentler like raft fishing or a 'family float' trip. Spend time fly-fishing for trout, trying your luck at catching the legendary Murray cod at Wawa and Interlard, or embarking on the short walk to the tumbling cascades of Cudgewa Bluff Falls in Burrowa-Pine Mountain National Park.
Call in to the 150-year-old pub at Tintaldra, a favourite stopover for vintage car and motorcycle touring group. Visit the historic Tintaldra Store built in 1864, or stop by the oldest racecourse grandstand in the state, as featured in the film Phar Lap, at the Towong Turf Club....
Sportsview is an early 1900s red brick house, one of the first in Corryong. The house is within easy walking distance of the centre of Corryong and perfectly located for any events taking place at the sports/showground.
Sportsview now beautifully renovated has three bedrooms, two of which are queen sized and the third is a double. All bedrooms have wardrobe space and linen and towels are provided.
The living room has a small television and DVD player. The kitchen is fully equipped for self catering. Continental breakfast, assorted teas, coffee, hot chocolate, milk, sugar and snacks are provided.
The house has reverse cycle heating/air conditioning. There is one main bathroom with shower and toilet and a second toilet outside. The laundry has washer, dryer, iron and board. Outside is a lovely private barbecue and dining area and a kitchen herb garden for the cook.
There is room on the drive for two cars to park, one undercover, there is also parking kerbside outside the house. Sportsview is a charming, peaceful house surrounded by well tended gardens. A lovely place to relax, unwind and enjoy all that Corryong has to offer....
The Croft is a beautifully renovated 1930s cottage offering cosy family accommodation close to the centre of Corryong.
The Croft can accommodate six to eight guests and has three bedrooms in total, two with queen size beds plus a king single sofa bed and one with a queen size bed only.
The kitchen is fully equipped for self catering and always stocked with tea, coffee, milk and sugar
There is one bathroom and toilet and a separate toilet as well.
The laundry has a washer, dryer, iron and board. Washing powder is also provided.
The verandah at the back of the house has an outdoor setting and barbecue overlooking the large private back garden and can be completely enclosed for families with small children or pets.
The Croft is pet friendly and has a large garden that is fenced and gated
Corryong is an hour and half drive from Albury Wodonga on the way to the Snowy Mountains. Nestled in the valley below Mount Mittamatite and Mount Elliot it offers the perfect place to catch some fresh country air and the relaxed pace of life....