If you’re looking to spend a night in the outback, Silverton offers some obvious choices.
Surrounded by the quiet heritage of the town, visitors have their pick of places to stay, whether it be a private cottage or a Unit at the local pub.
Large groups can take advantage of dormitory style accommodation, and those looking for a closer connection to the area can pitch their tent or park their caravan.
No matter where you choose to stay, spending time in Silverton is an unforgettable experience.
Seven units are available all with ensuites, situated in the Pub grounds with easy access to all facilities at the Hotel.
Constructed to a Rustic theme they blend within the grounds and are complimented with all services provided at Hotel
Click here to find our more about the Silverton Hotel
Whether you’re after a quiet family picnic, an eventful weekend or a week away from it all, Penrose Park is the place for you.
Powered camping and caravan sites are available, with bunkhouses and a large hall available to rent. Toilet and shower blocks are also available.
Click here to find out more about Penrose park
Silverton’s first District Court was held June 1, 1887 in the Warden’s office.
The Courthouse and attached Warden’s residence were built in 1889.
On April 10, 1948 the building was offically reopened as the Silverton Memorial Youth Camp and is still in use today.
Dormitory accommodation is available for 52 people with all amenities.
Click here to find out more about the Silverton War Memorial youth camp.