Kaneira Hotel

   Bed & Breakfast & Free Camping  
Trading hours for Bar / Bistro
Tuesday To Sunday 4pm till late.
Monday Bar is closed / Bistro open 6pm to 8pm
Kaneira Hotel Culgoa

Kaneira Hotel

The Kaneira Hotel  Culgoa is Situated along the Calder Highway halfway between Melbourne and Mildura. 


Whether your visiting Lake Tyrrell or the Silo Art Trail the Kaneira Hotel  Culgoa has cheap  accommodation in the Mallee without losing quality as the Hotel has been completely renovated including Bar and Bistro and has all the  modern facilities you would expect including Modern Hot Showers Aircon and heating and Tv as well as free WIFI for all our guest. 


We also have  a Free Camping Next door that’s suitable for Caravaners, Campervans and tents and is completely free to use for anyone.

Our Bistro  presents a wide range of delicious meals to suit everyons taste buds and our Bar has a great selection of spirits as well as  wine and cocktails and is perfect for  family and friends.






 complementary toast with tea and coffee is included with your stay.

The Kaneira Hotel has a beautifull fully licenced bistro that sells a wide range of appitising meals ranging from T bone steaks to a big selection of Pizzas.




Kaneira Hotel Culgoa
Kaneira Hotel Culgoa
Kaneira Hotel Culgoa
Kaneira Hotel Culgoa
35 Minute drive from Culgoa
Welcome to Sea Lake, gateway to Lake Tyrrell. Situated just 7kms north of Sea Lake, the Lake environment is host to Mallee reptiles, kangaroos, emus, white-faced chats, and an inland gullery. 
35 Minute drive from Culgoa

Lake Tyrrell is a unique salt lake located 7kms north of Sea Lake. The Lake environment  is host to Mallee reptiles, kangaroos, emus, white-faced chats, and an inland gullery. 

To get to Lake Tyrrell, which is Victoria's largest salt lake covering 20,860 hectares, head north on the Calder Highway and it's well signposted on your right-hand side. There is a viewing platform and information bay.

35 Minute drive from Culgoa

Lake Tyrrell is a salt lake located approximately 7km's north of the small township of Sea Lake in rural Victoria. The lake itself covers 21,860 hectares and is host to a number of Australian native animals including kangaroos, emus and numerous other species of birds and wildlife.


Lake Tyrrell offers visitors magnificent viewing of sunrise, sunset, and stars as the shallow water becomes mirror-like when the winds drop. The lake itself is known to change colour as the saline levels increase and an algae grows. 

1 Hours drive from Culgoa

John Piccoli welds giant sculptures out of spanners — earning him the nickname the Spanner Man.

His garden is littered with dozens of larger-than-life sculptures of mermaids, marlin, and even a full horse and wagon.

It all started when he leased out his mixed grain and stock farm after running it for three decades, from his wheelchair.

1 h 15 min  drive from Culgoa

The scene depicts Brim residents – three men and one woman.

Brim Active Community Group’s Shane Wardle said the community thought they were pretty lucky to have the mural in their town.

“It looks amazing, everyone is so happy,” he said.

“The standard of work is unbelievable.”

Van Helten, from Brisbane, used a cherrypicker for three weeks to create the mural with spray paint and acrylic house paint.



Kaneira Hotel

Phone 03 5077 2330

Mobile 043 11 88 11 7