Barrington River Lodge

Barrington River Lodge

734 Barrington E Rd
Barrington NSW 2422
Australia

Tuesday 8am – 5pm Open today, 8am – 5pm

Wednesday 8am – 5pm

Thursday 8am – 5pm

Friday 8am – 5pm

Saturday Closed

Sunday Closed

Monday 8am – 5pm

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A contemporary mudbrick lodge alongside the Barrington River that's perfect for groups & large families.

Situated 14km north east of Gloucester via tar-sealed road, Barrington River Lodge is a contemporary mudbrick lodge perfect for schools, church groups & large family groups.

The Lodge: Accommodates up to 42 people in 8 rooms (4 family and 4 triple bunk);

Room 1 – Bunk, double bed below, single above

Room 2 – 2 Triple bunks (sleeps 6)

Room 3 – 2 Triple bunks (sleeps 6)

Room 4 – Double bed and double single beds

Room 5 – Queen bed, 1 double bunk, 1 triple bunk

Room 6 – 2 Triple bunks (sleeps 6)

Room 7 – 2 Triple bunks (sleeps 6)

Room 8 – 2 single ensemble beds.

The lounge room is attached to the main building. Hiring of the main building also gives you access to the Outdoor Kitchen

The Cabin: A self contained cabin that can sleep 5 people and includes a kitchenette, small dining area, a queen bed and a triple bunk. Other facilities include a BBQ and outdoor seating. This facility can be hired separately. .

Camping: We have limited camping sites, both powered and unpowered, with shared amenities.

What did others have to say?

Limon Khan

4 months ago

Awesome place to coming with family or a couple. Literally you don’t need to bring anything. The kitchen does have everything for your need. We enjoyed every bit of it, and the kids never forget those 4 days. Happy to come back again. This is

Meg Fortescue

in the last week

Clean, roomy, gorgeous. Would recommend to all medium - large groups in Barrington.

ANGELA MAMFREDAS

7 months ago

They have to add more cabins

Andrew Lingley

2 years ago

Beautiful facility by the water at an affordable price. Perfect for community and family groups in a tranquil environment.

Chris Delaney

4 years ago

A little dated now, but an awesome spot for groups. The paddle from Rocky Crossing back to the Lodge is perfect for beginners.