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Personalised, attentive service and a sense of tranquil relaxation are among the hallmarks of a stay at The Riversleigh where you’ll enjoy the warmth of a country hotel combined with the luxury you expect from contemporary boutique accommodation. 

Located in the heart of Bairnsdale’s central business district on a quiet street over-looking the Mitchell River, The Riversleigh features elegant period fittings with tastefully-appointed modern rooms, providing a unique accommodation experience to our guests. We provide a relaxing environment with a Modern Victorian era feel, accommodating Business and Leisure.

If you are planning a visit to the unforgettable Gippsland region, be sure to build in some time to explore Bairnsdale and its surrounding areas along the way. With its complex history and rich Victorian heritage, Bairnsdale offers a one-of-a-kind window to the past that is sure to inspire your imagination. Plus, the convenient location of the Riversleigh in Bairnsdale makes it the perfect base from which to spend a leisurely day exploring town and drinking in the atmosphere of this distinctive and often overlooked gem near Gippsland.

Paynesville is a tourist/holiday resort town in the Gippsland region of Victoria, Australia.

The town is located 293 kilometres east of the state capital, Melbourne. It is known as the boating capital of Victoria.

Paynesville was originally called Toonalook, which is an aboriginal name for "place of many fish". The post office opened on 8 November 1879 as Toonalook and was renamed Paynesville in 1886 by the Dickson family, who still reside in the area.

Paynesville is a thriving town well served by a range of shops, cafes, a bank and a newly built community centre and library. Much of the town's recent growth has stemmed from the development of a network of canals and prestige homes which have created two artificial islands within the township. Burrabogie Island is north of the waterfront shopping district, and Fort King Island is a residential area north of Burrabogie Island. Although Burrabogie and Fort King Island are separated only by an approximate 45-metre-wide man-made canal, they are the most distant points in Paynesville by road.

Looking to move to the area?

Visit www.kingheath.com.au for more information on the development of Paynesville Park.

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