Accommodation

Dining

Welcome to the WA/SA Border Village Hotel

As the name implies, Border Village is located right on the border of Western Australia and South Australia. The highway closely skirts the Great Australia Bight before arriving at Border Village. Nowhere in the world could the term "at worlds end" be more appropriate than where the Nullarbor Plain drops a sheer 40 to 90 metres into the pounding Southern Ocean. Continental Australia ends as if it has been cut by a giant scalpel. This area is known as the Bunda Cliffs, stretching in an unbroken natural rampart from Twin Rocks at the Head of Bight to the Merdayerrah Sandpatch east of Border Village.

Things to see and do in this area
*There are six coastal lookouts in the area.
*Good beaches to enjoy
*Limestone caves to explore
*Good fishing to enjoy
*The Border Village International Signpost
*Restaurant mural - trucking and local history
*Rooey 11 - a 5.5 metre high fibreglass red kangaroo
*Wilsons Bluff Lookout
*The commemorative plaque - 150 years since John Eyre crossed the Nullarbor
*Watch out for the dotted lines for the WA/SA border.

Accommodation on the Border
The Border Village Hotel has 35 clean and cheery motel units contained within a new building, each with its own ensuite, air conditioning and TV. A good carpark is available as is a swimming pool and an air strip if you are considering arriving by plane. Rates are Single $78 and Double $88 per night. See contact details below for bookings.

Dining at the Border
You can enjoy a traditional style counter meal in the Hotel's bar, or a popular grill, seafood or international dish from the menu in the dining room or restaurant. You will find the staff friendly and helpful in these casual country style facilities. Prices are in the medium range and the kitchen is open 24 hours a day.

Enjoy a Drink and a Game on the Border
The thirst quenching beer is ice cold and service is friendly in the air conditioned bar. You can also check your email at the hotel's Internet cafe, or have a flutter on one of the hotel's poker machines in the gaming area.

Fuel Supplies are also available and most credit cards and Mobil and BP cards are accepted.

The WA/SA Border Village Hotel is a great place to break your journey across the continent and is also a great place to stay when you explore this unique part of Australia. For those traveling west over the border to Western Australia you can also stay at the Madura Pass Oasis Motel, the Wegtail Inn at Cocklebiddy, or the John Eyre Motel and Roadhouse, all in Western Australia. If you are travelling east you can also stay at the Nullarbor Hotel Motel at Nullarbor.


Open Times
Dining: 24 hours per day
Bar: 10am till 11pm
Fuel Supplies: 24 hours per day

Contact Us
WA/SA Border Village
Eyre Highway (PMB 44 Ceduna)
Border Village, South Australia, 5690
Phone: 61 (0)8 9039 3474
Fax: 61 (0)8 9039 3473

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