Westby: Where To Go / Sightseeing
Kerang Sports and Entertainment Venue
Kerang Sports and Entertainment Venue is the Club with something for the whole family, with a great bistro, sports bar, TAB, Keno, kids room and a beautiful beer garden. You will love the country feel of this great little club in the heart of Kerang on Victoria St at the clock tower.
Formerly the Commercial Hotel, Kerang Sports and Entertainment Venue is a great club with a wide variety of entertainment for the whole family. During the summer months there are live bands in the beer garden which is a great family environment. The bistro caters for something for everybody from delicious focaccia's and fresh sandwiches to the club classic's like chicken parma and seafood basket.
Open seven days a week and for only $10 you can become a member of the club to enjoy lots of great discounts and offers throughout the venue. Also by joining the club you can enjoy the benefits of the loyalty program.
There is also a function room to cater for your special occasion.
Bingo is on twice per week on Monday night at 7pm and at 2pm on Thursday afternoon.
Kerang Sports and Entertainment Venue is the place to enjoy your visit in Kerang with friends and family!
25 Victoria Street
Kerang, VIC, 3579
Located 8.6K from Westby
Leaghur State Park
Leaghur State Park protects some of the most significant Black Box wetland and woodland communities in Victoria. The park is on the Loddon River floodplain in the state's north west. Flooding can occur in winter and spring, replenishing the park with rich, stunning wetlands and vigorous growth. Flooding is essential for the health of Black Box communities.
Take a leisurely drive, enjoy a picnic or go for a pleasant bushwalk.
Before you go
Conditions can change in parks for many reasons. For the latest information on changes to local conditions, please visit the relevant park page on the Parks Victoria website.
Be bushfire ready in the great outdoors. Refer to the Bushfire Safety section on the Parks Victoria website for tips on how to stay safe.
Kerang Koondrook Rd
Kerang, VIC, 3579
Located 9.1K from Westby
cluBarham proudly incorporates the Barham and District Services Memorial Club, cluBarham Golf and Sports, the cluBarham Motel and the Barham Golf Resort.
The Barham Services Club offers bistro meals seven days a week for dinner, or try the coffee shop for a light luncheon or afternoon tea open daily.
The Club has live entertainment on Saturday and Sunday evenings with feature shows offered regularly. There are great Country, Jazz and Rock and Roll Music festivals which are well worth a visit. Other activities include modern TAB and full sized billiard tables, darts, tennis, lawn bowls, indoor bowls, line dancing and rock and roll.
cluBarham Golf and Sports has a superb 18 hole, par 73, well established championship course, that features, water hazards, bunkers, driving range and magnificent grass greens. Catering facilities include sports cafe and "Barham Chinese Gardens" restaurant.
In recent years the course has been continually upgraded with the inclusion of new 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 9th holes, plus new 4th, 6th and 7th greens and driving range, designed by Ross C Watson and constructed by Turnpoint Constructions. This course now compares with the best courses along the Murray.
14 lawn tennis courts are also available for hire or if you are into bowls why not have a roll on one of two magnificent greens.
With the purchases of both the Barham Golf Resort and the cluBarham Motel, sporting, golf, entertainment and recreational packages are now offered.
The Golf Resort is located on-course and offers 23 self-contained units, eight caravan ensuite sites, six spacious powered RV sites plus dump site, as well as four new luxury two bedroom, two bathroom units. With the addition of a solar heated salt water pool, wading pool and an undercover barbecue area, Barham Golf Resort can cater for your entire family.
6 Niemur Street
Barham, NSW, 2732
Located 15.8K from Westby
Barham Bridge over Murray River
Bridges are not just functional, they can also be scenic and engineering attractions. Spare a few minutes to admire Barham Bridge over Murray Creek.
The Murray around Barham was settled by graziers, mainly from Victoria, in the 1840s. By 1850 all the really desirable water-frontages on both sides of the Murray had been taken up as far upstream as Barham while the open plain to the north in New South Wales was only notionally divided into undeveloped backblocks. Barham station itself had a 32 kilometre frontage on the Murray, carrying a modest head of cattle in the mid Victorian period under a series of owners. With similar developments on the Loddon River, which converges with the Murray north of Barham, a crossing of the Murray was needed and a ferry was provided for stock and people.
Main Road 319
Barham, NSW, 2732
Located 15.9K from Westby
cluBarham Golf and Sports is known as one of the major golfing destinations along the Murray River. The golf club, in conjunction with noted golf course architect Ross Watson's master plan, continually work to improve and redefine the existing layout of this Murray River course. The complex is nestled amid natural bush surrounds that make it an ideal destination for a sporting holiday, and at the end of the day you can take full advantage of the Complex's outstanding facilities.
Located only two kilometres from the Murray River and the town centre the complex is nestled amid natural bush surrounds that make it an ideal destination for a sporting holiday, and at the end of the day you can take full advantage of the Complex's outstanding facilities including the Pro Shop, Spike Bar, Gaming and Keno Room, Sports Cafe, Barham Chinese Garden Restaurant, Barham Sports Bowling Club, and Function Room.
cluBarham Golf and Sports,
Barham, NSW, 2732
Located 17.0K from Westby
Murrabit Country Market
The Murrabit Country Market is reputedly the largest market in regional Australia. From its small beginnings in 1977, the market has continued to grow. The first Saturday of every month (and Easter Saturday and the third Saturday in December) an astonishing transformation takes place when over 200 stalls open for business. Wares from fresh home grown produce, carefully crafted glass and woodenware, recycled iron, plants, craft, bric-a-brac, hardware, tools, fishing gear and clothing are there to delight the purchaser.
Aromas of freshly cooked barbecues and hot food fill the air and morning tea at the hall, consisting of cappuccinos, scones, sandwiches and sumptuous cakes is not to be missed. Live entertainment adds to the relaxed atmosphere and popular entertainers perform at each of the markets.
After the market, enjoy a two minute drive to the Murray River and try some fishing for the much sought after Murray Cod. Or view the Murrabit bridge, the first all-steel bridge to be built over the Murray River between Victoria and New South Wales back in 1926.
Murrabit, VIC, 3579
Located 16.1K from Westby