The Ivanhoe Hotel Motel


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Ivanhoe Hotel Motel

The Ivanhoe Hotel Motel offers comfortable pub style food and brand new motel accommodation

Welcome to the Ivanhoe Hotel Motel in the Outback of NSW

The Ivanhoe Hotel Motel is conveniently situated in Ivanhoe’s main street close to shopping, playgrounds, tourist information and easy access to all that Ivanhoe NSW have to offer. Step inside and enjoy the warm hospitality in our charming country surrounds in a fully air-conditioned bar and restaurant serving a classic modern style menu.  The Ivanhoe Hotel Motel offers comfortable pub style motel accommodation, welcoming bars, undercover outdoor area and a restaurant menu not to be missed. We are opened from 3pm till late Monday to Saturday, we are closed on Sundays. 
A great place for summer time enjoyment and an oasis in outback desert. 


Where to find us


Ivanhoe is a delightful village situated on the Cobb Highway 210 kilometers North West of Hay and 182 kilometers South from Wilcannia. The township provides visitors with a pleasant break to their journey in an outback pastoral community. Friendly people, clean amenities, landscaped recreational areas and a self-guided Heritage Trail enables visitors to enjoy a short break and gain an insight into the town’s interesting past.

A fully air-conditioned bar and restaurant with a classic modern style menu, we offer a great place for summer time enjoyment and an oasis in outback desert.

Come and meet our warm team and enjoy warm hospitality in our charming country surrounds.

Key amenities

On-site Parking
Wi-Fi Access
Motel rooms

Ivanhoe’s History


The town was founded in the early 1870s, and was named after Sir Walter Scott’s work of historical fiction, Ivanhoe.  The township was situated on well-used coach and stock routes connecting Wilcannia on the Darling River with Balranald on the Murrumbidgee and Booligal on the Lachlan.

The Ivanhoe self-guided Heritage Trail   provides a good introduction to the town and its history.  At separate sign-posted location along the trail gives detailed descriptions of the arrival of the railway, the Government Tank, Post Office bushrangers, watering holes, industrial trouble the Cobb Highway and the reminiscences.  With the exception of the railway station all sites are located within a block of the main street.  A pamphlet with details of the heritage trail is available from the post office and other retail outlets around the area.

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