Where to stay in Jerilderie

Jerilderie has a marvellous range of accommodation.

Whether you're looking for a hotel or motel, a cosy little B&B, a caravan park and or backpacker accommodation, you'll find it in Jerilderie.

The accommodation is located in various locations either near the lake, in the centre of town or adjacent to the Golf Club. An accommodation listing including a map of accommodation locations can be downloaded here.

Colony Inn Hotel Motel  
26 Jerilderie Street
T: 03 5886 1220
E: colonyinnhotel@hotmail.com

Do Book Inn (B&B)  
21 Powell Street
T: 03 5886 1513 or 0428 861 513
E: horseshoebendjerilderie@bigpond.com

Jerilderie Motel & Caravan Park  
121 Jerilderie Street
T: 03 5886 1366
E: enquiries@jmcpark.com.au
W: www.jmcpark.com.au

Jerilderie Accommodation Centre (Backpackers)
71 Jerilderie Street
T: 0415 741 294

Jerilderie Motor Inn  
4 Jerilderie Street
T: 03 5886 1360
E: info@jerilderiemotorinn.com.au

Pet Friendly - 2 Bedroom House
69 Nowranie Street
W: https://www.airbnb.com.au/rooms/751078801528935689

Ned's Studio Apartment
40 Jerilderie Street
Phone 0428 344 747 or 0429 861 560

Royal Mail Hotel
16-20 Jerilderie Street
Jerilderie NSW 2716
T: 03 5886 0066

The Old Surgery Bnb
94 Jerilderie Street
Jerilderie NSW 2716
W: http://www.theoldsurgerybnb.com.au/

Wendy and Rob would be pleased to welcome couples, singles, children under 2 and small dogs to our boutique 1 bedroom, ensuite cottage in the grounds of our home. The cottage is equipped with a full kitchen and loungeroom, plus an outdoor sitting area and exclusive use of our front garden. Small well behaved dogs are permitted. You can find us on Airbnb/jerilderie or call 0424 701 038.

Free camping options for self-contained campers 

Billabong Creek East
Bolton Street
Caravan turning area and camping on the south side of the Billabong Creek

Billabong Creek West
Ashton Street
Picnic table and access to Horgan walk with a footbridge across the Billabong Creek, caravan turning circle


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Visiting Jerilderie

Heritage walks, tree-lined streetscape, and the cleanest toilets in NSW await visitors to the historic township of Jerilderie. Established in 1859, Jerilderie is nestled on the banks of Australia’s, and reputedly the world’s, longest creek. Billabong Creek winds its way through Jerilderie and 321 kms of quintessentially Australian landscape.

Where to dine in Jerilderie

You'll find a great range of eateries and food outlets in Jerilderie. There's cafes, a bakery, great pub and club food, restaurants and roadhouse and service station facilities.

Settlement of the Jerilderie District

Sir John Monash