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Langi Oonah Homestead

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Langi Oonah is an old Murray River Homestead located just a few minutes from Cobram/Barooga and Yarrawonga/Mulwala.

The Homestead is triple brick, has wide, shady verandahs and is situated on a high sand bank commanding beautiful views of the Murray River in both directions.

Accommodation in the Homestead comprises four bedrooms each with its own ensuite and private entry/exit to the Gardens.Guests can stroll around the two acres of lawns and gardens viewing a variety of mature trees, native shrubs and hundreds of David Austin roses.

Pavillion Gardens

A large fly wired pavilion is situated at the foot of the gardens on the bank of the Murray River. This pavilion is popular with guests, visitors and groups holding meetings and social activities.

Further accommodation is provided in the fully self contained "School House". This ninety year old building has recently been renovated and comprises two bedrooms, bathroom, lounge, kitchen and verandah. It has its own private garden and overlooks the Murray River, the river flats and majestic river Redgums.

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Boats can be moored at the foot of the garden allowing one to explore the Murray River, discovering many private sandy beaches, and to fish and engage in other water activities.

The tracks through the forests are wonderful for bushwalking and appreciation of the Australian bushland and, in particular, the Murray River environment.

A nearby long golden beach is perfect for hours of relaxation, sunbaking, barbeques, picnics and water activities. Apart from swimming, kayaking is a popular activity allowing one to explore the Murray River and its environs peacefully.



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Langi Oonah Homestead - Bed and Breakfast Accommodation and Function Venue on the Murray River at Cobram/Barooga/Yarrawonga
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