infoKeyneton Info

Set in big gum country on the road to the Murray River, Keyneton is a pretty country village of just a dozen or so buildings - most of them dating from the late 1880s.

The town was named after English pastoralist Joseph Keynes, who had taken up the land in the early 1840s and whose descendents still continue to live and farm in the area.

A wander through the town will take you past a number of interesting buildings, including the former Temperance Hotel and the institute, formerly the Temperance Hall.

Keyneton Accommodation

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