Located on Lake Hume, Hotel Granya & Granya Store is located just 45 minutes drive from Albury and only minutes from Mt Granya. Featuring a fully licensed bar, bistro, bed & breakfast & backpacker accommodation. Free camping is also available. A range of alcohol, hot food & cold drinks, ice, a gas refill service, local newspapers. It's a very convenient stop to relax and enjoy the surrounds. We also cater for Groups, Motorcycle and Car clubs.
The Hotel is open Monday - Saturday 10am - 10pm & Sundays 11am - 10pm Bistro is open for Lunch Wednesday - Sunday 12.00 pm - 2.00 pm Bistro is open for Dinner Wednesday - Saturday 6.00 pm - 8.00 pm
(Bistro Close Sunday Night and Monday and Tuesday, Meals are available for guest 7 days a week)
Granya is a beautiful location for a trip with Mount Granya nearby and you can enjoy the beautiful drive from Bethanga Bridge. We look forward to welcoming you to the Hotel Granya, come relax and explore.
THINGS TO DO Bush Walking There are numerous walking tracks around Granya and the surrounding area. Cotton tree creek will take you to the old scout hut and further on it will take you to the falls. A much further walk will take you up to Mt Granya summit and a great picnic area there to rest those weary feet. Further on it will take you to Georges creek. Kurrajongs walking track will take you to Flaggy creek Gorge with cascading falls. Further on the track will take you to the summit of Mt Lawson. Not to mention there are many more trails that are available within this area. The hotel can arrange drop of and pickup points from all the trails. Maps are also available at Hotel.
Fishing Fishing on the lake and the upper river is just a must for the keen fisherman and enjoying the quiet peaceful surrounds with abundance of bird life. After a days outing on the lake, with a catch for the day and return back to the Hotel and cook your fish on the BBQ, and enjoy a cold beer. Rod Hire and bait is available at the Hotel
Horse Riding The Hotel can provide accommodation for the enthusiast horse rider, and can provide ample parking for vehicles and floats. A paddock is also provided to bed the horses down over night. Maps are also available at Hotel.
Sight seeing and other places to visit Granya Pioneer Museum The Granya Primary School celebrated its Centenary in 1980, by 1994 though; insufficient pupil numbers saw the School closed down. Members of the community began using the School building and as a way of preserving their heritage, the community researched “And here's to Wallaby Jack” A Social History of Granya, written by Roger Burns and first published in 1997. The Granya Pioneer Museum began shortly after and was opened in 1998 with donations from many local families which now form part of the collection. Collection The Collection includes around 500 items, including around 300 items made up of photos, booklets and family files. The collection includes: Land selection records; Photographic and local history; Granya Mining Register of claims book from 1891 to 1913 (with the name, date of claims and location); Granya Post Office Directories from 1884 to 1900 (including a list of the names of residents and their occupations at that time); Newspaper articles dating from 1885 - 1961 (among these are magisterial inquests into deaths in the area); The Granya Cemetery Register from 1880; Granya's World War 1 soldiers medal and attestation records; Display boards of many families within the district including photos, collections of other information on people and the local area.
Wymah Ferry The Wymah Ferry is located 7km from the Hotel and will take you across the Lake into NSW.
Flyfair wines With sustainable, Low Chemical and low Carbon Wines. Flyfair Wines are nestled within the Woomargama National Park.
Lankeys Creek Wines Lankeys Creek Wine is situated 5 KM East Walwa on the Murray River road on the Murray River.
Wirruna Estate Wirruna Estate fine wines located on the out skirts of Bethanga a historic Gold mining town.
Tallangatta Tallangatta located on the Mitta River on Lake Hume. This town was relocated in 1952 when the Dam wall was raised at the Hume Village. You can still see the remains of the old town township 5 KM further upstream when the Lake is low.
Keotong Trestle Bridge The Trestle Bridge located just before the Keotong Hotel is only one of many along the Murray Valley Hwy. The line was progressively opened between 1889 and 1921. In 1919, the line was used to carry materials for the construction of the Hume Weir and three years later a spur line connecting Ebden to the weir was opened. The line complete journey ended at Cudgewar.