Bordertown Dukes Motor Inn - Bordertown 

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Property Details

Dukes Highway
Bordertown SA 5268
(08) 8752 1177
1800 088 109

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About Us Facilities

The Dukes Motor Inn is a family owned and operated motel located on the main highway in Bordertown, the ideal stopover for those travelling the Limestone Coast between Adelaide and Melbourne.

Many of our guests stay here on their way to Kangaroo Island, Murray River cruises and the Grampians.

Guests can relax in our 34 modern ground floor units, set within spacious grounds. There is an outdoor swimming pool and off-street parking at your door. We provide non-smoking rooms, remote control TV with Austar, wireless internet, air-conditioning, electric blankets, minibar, hair dryer and ironing facilities.

Dukes Restaurant
Our licensed restaurant is open for dinner Monday to Saturday and offers an extensive a la carte menu and specialises in homemade desserts. Our wine list includes a great selection of local regional wines. The Dukes Restaurant caters for locals and patrons and is available for corporate and private dining for up to 120 people.

  • Arrival / Departure Lounge
  • Bar / Lounge
  • Cable TV
  • Conference / Meeting facilities
  • Disabled Facilities
  • Environmentally Friendly
  • Interconnecting rooms
  • Internet access
  • Non-smoking property
  • On-site parking
  • Parking for boats and trailers
  • Restaurant/s
  • Room service - limited service
  • Spa/Hot tub/Jacuzzi
  • Street parking
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wheelchair accessible

Useful Information

Check-in 2.00 PM
Check-out 10.00AM
Getting There Finding Us
Bordertown is 275 kilometres or about three hours and 40 minutes southeast of Adelaide. Dukes Motor Inn is located on the Dukes Highway two kilometres on the Adelaide side of Bordertown.
Parking Ground Floor for all rooms
Things To Do Things to See and Do in Bordertown
Bordertown is part of the Tatiara region near the border between South Australia and Victoria. Known for being the birthplace of our former Prime Minister, Bob Hawke, Bordertown is an ideal place to commence your holiday through the Limestone Coast region. Historicaly Bordertown was once an overnight haven for the armed guards escorting the booty on the gold run from Victoria's Mt Alexander diggings to the banks of Adelaide. Located 275 kilometres south-east of Adelaide it is now the commercial centre for surrounding wool, cereal, beef and vegetable producers. The Bordertown Wildlife Park is a sanctuary for a variety of native birds and animals, including some rare white kangaroos. The heritage-listed Clayton Farm, which is distinguished by thatch-roofed buildings, now houses the records, relics and memorabilia collected over the years by the Bordertown District Museum.Bordertown's Golf Club, located 6 kilometres north of the township, is the last fully watered 18-hole golf course before the Victorian border. The course is gently undulating, well manicured and has excellent greens.
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