Overland Corner Hotel
Welcome to the Overland Corner Hotel.
Under new local management from December 2020, the OC - as it is known the locals - is open again and better than ever!
The historic building was built in 1859 by the Brand Brothers for pioneer pastoralist James Chambers of Cogdogla Station to cater for the overland drovers and provide a staging point for the coach route from N.S.W. to Adelaide. It was delicensed in 1898 but continued as a general store and post office for many years.
The Overland Corner Hotel sports free caravan parking and camping at the rear of the venue, so why not stop in for a couple of days, or seven?
With lunch and dinner five days a week, live entertainment every weekend, and the largest craft beer and wine menu in the Riverland, you need to add the Overland Corner to your wishlist!
Bookings are essential - call or Facebook message us today!