The Sebel Yarrawonga to open its doors on 1 November 2020

The much anticipated The Sebel Yarrawonga located in the picturesque Murray River region adjacent to Silverwoods Golf and Lifestyle Resort, is set to open its doors to customers and guests on 1 November 2020, following the recent relaxation of restrictions for regional Victoria.  

The multi-million dollar development will set a new benchmark in accommodation, dining, conference and events facilities for the Murray River region.

Situated an hours’ drive from Albury town centre, a three hour drive from Melbourne and five hours from Sydney, The Sebel Yarrawonga, will offer 63 stylishly appointed studios rooms and apartments, with a further 54 rooms expected in stage 2 of the development later in 2022/2023.  It will initially open two of its three food and beverage venues – Stock & Barrel bar and casual dining and Sunset Pool Bar – with Elizabeth’s fine dining restaurant and functions set to open in December.

Overlooking Lake Mulwala, on the Murray River, The Sebel Yarrawonga will bring a new prestige level of accommodation and venues for weddings, meetings and events.  Situated next to Black Bull 18 hole Championship Golf Course, highly regarded as the number one golf course on the Murray and ranked 68 in the top 100 courses in Australia by Golfers Digest, it was also the last golf course designed and completed by the late Peter Thomson, one of Australia’s most revered golfing legends.

Lake Mulwala is a popular destination for water skiing in the summer months and the surrounding region offers an abundance of natural produce and a variety of wineries in nearby Rutherglen.

SOURCE: The Sebel Brand

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