ONCE A KEY PORT FOR GRAZING AND HORTICULTURE IN THIS AREA, TODAY A POPULAR LOCATION FOR WATER ACTIVITIES.
Established in the late 1870s, the town of Gol Gol is historically significant as a vibrant horse drawn coach stop. Coaches were vital for communication, Royal Mail delivery and passenger transport in the Wentworth Shire. Up to six lines operated to and from the area to destinations such as Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide and every change point in between. Gol Gol Inn was one of the pivotal stops and horse changeover locations.
The town hosts a range of accommodation and recreational activities on the picturesque banks of the mighty Murray River. An award winning boutique winery and restaurant can be found at Trentham Cliffs, with tastings and outdoor dining available.