Lyndhurst Hotel
Roadhouse | Motel | Caravan Park | Post Office
(08) 8675 7781
3 Short Street, 5731 Lyndhurst, South Australia
End of the bitumen, start of the outback tracks
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We offer EFTPOS facilities, diesel fuel, Ice, Food all day, open from 6am until around 8-9pm. Pets are welcome as long as they are on a leash.

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Motel Rooms

26 motel rooms, with Queen and/or twin beds. All rooms have tea/coffee making facilities, a fridge, en-suite bathrooms and TV. All rooms are non-smoking. No cooking allowed in rooms. Can cook in camp kitchen in park.

Pub Rooms

Four rooms in the pub, with shared bathroom facilities. These rooms have either three single beds, a double & two singles or a queen and two singles. Would suit a family or friends travelling together. Outside the pub are five single rooms and mens and ladies bathrooms available outside as well.
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Caravan Park

Six powered sites and many unpowered sites. A camp kitchen is available as are toilets and showers and a laundry room.

Pub Information

Join us at the pub for a beverage or two, where you can relax and reflect, upon your day's travels, having a good old chin wag with our friendly locals/publicans. We want you to feel comfortable, after your long drive.
The History of our Lyndhurst Hotel
Lyndhurst Hotel About Us
The outback of South Australia. Lyndhurst is situated on the “Explorers Way”, 596 klms north of Adelaide through Pt. Augusta. It is the start of the Strzelecki Track to the north-east to the Moomba gas and oil fields and then on to Innamincka and Burke & Wills Dig Tree and a lot of history is there. This is a very busy trucking route. The Oodnadatta Track heads north from Lyndhurst, to Marree and then Oodnadatta. Mt. Lyndhurst was named by Samuel Perry in 1858 to honour Lord Lyndhurst (John Singleton Copley), who was Lord High Chancellor of England about 1830. The "Mount Lyndhurst Run” was established by W. Hamilton in 1866, two years prior to the purchase by Thomas Elder who built up a huge land holding in this part of South Australia.

A Post Office opened in 1879 and the town was proclaimed in February 1896. The central Australian railway came through and it became an important freight centre for the camel service to many stations along the Strzelecki Track. The last train on this route of “The Ghan” was in 1980, when the track was moved further west.
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