Who are Overland Corner Hotel?
Brad and Nicole Flowers are the faces of this historic pub.
Hailing from inner-city Sydney, they’ve lived and breathed the Overland since late 2020. A trip around Australia, and subsequent lockdown in the Riverland, resulted in Brad and Nicole taking over the pub, with a support team of four other Riverland hospitality and tourism experts.
Creating a space that encapsulated the character of the building, and taking inspiration from the Wilkadene Woolshed Brewery, the team has created a destination, restoring a place for all events and people to enjoy.
It’s common for people on houseboat holidays to pull up their vessels on the banks and walk up for meals and drinks
For the locals, whether they’re eight or 98-years old, this place means something. We get hundreds of people a day. Every day is a good day out here.
Why you’ll love their produce…
The seasonal menu includes produce from more than 30 local growers and 100 different independent wine, beer, and spirit makers.
As the oldest building in South Australia’s Riverland region, the Overland Corner Hotel is far more than just a “pub”. It’s an icon, an experience, and a beautifully restored tribute to the Murray River’s history.
One real hero of the hotel is the and full-of-character beer garden surrounding the historic building. Photos never do this justice, a sprawling beer garden, sheltered by Murray River red gums. Not only is the food delicious, but the approach to championing local drinks and produce is a highlight.
With low food miles influencing their menu, you’ll get a real taste for the Riverland here—on your plate, in your glass, and from your surrounds. The Overland Corner Hotel makes you fall in love with the Australian pub scene all over again. The history, the people, the food, and the fun make the experience unforgettable.