Midway between Melbourne and Adelaide, Nhill is a thriving country town offering a picturesque place to stop, explore, and recharge.
The town was first surveyed in 1879, when Noske’s Flour Mill was built and by 1880 a general store, drapery, and hotel were built. In 1897 a major tornado destroyed most of Nhill but the historic Post Office, built in 1887, is among many buildings that survived and still features in the town. The historic town walk highlights many architectural wonders.
Nhill has attractive parks and gardens within the median strip providing plenty of places to enjoy outdoor dining from the variety of cafes and food outlets. Alternatively you can enjoy the fun of Jaypex Park or explore Nhill Lake. Our wide open spaces provide the perfect spot for photographers and painters alike, with endless sunsets and scenic views of wildflowers, flora, and fauna.
Whether you’re visiting for an afternoon, a weekend or longer, there are many places of interest and things to do in Nhill. Stop, relax, and enjoy our big skies, big lakes, and big deserts.
For information on attractions, places to stay, eat and shop visit: Discover Nhill