Places to stay in Austin, Manitoba
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Austin is a town in western Manitoba on the Trans-Canada Highway about 110 km west of Winnipeg. It is part of the Rural Municipality of North Norfolk. It sits at the western edge of the table-flat Portage Plains, but to the south and west is surrounded by miles of low wooded hills known as the Carberry sandhills. The biggest attraction is the annual Rodeo and Threshermen's Reunion held at the Manitoba Agricultural Museum the last four business days of July. Austin received its name in 1881 from the Marquis of Lorne, then Governor General of Canada while he was on a western tour during construction of the Canadian Pacific Railway. Many German immigrants of Mennonite religion moved in to the Austin Manitoba area. Ausin has 1 elementary school, 1 postal office, 1 curling/hockey rink, 2 grocery stores and a Credit Union. The Reeve of Austin is Neil Christoferson. Local restaurants include Memory Lane Cafe, Austin Bake & Coffee Shop, and Hill Top Inn Restaurant.
Wondering where to stay? Lodging options in the town are mainly limited to Bed and Breakfast type accommodations, though there are a few nearby campgrounds and RV parks. If you are travelling in the area, Austin is located close to Boughtons Slough, Rankin Flats, Gaddy Drain, Holland and Blind Channel.
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- Longitude: -98°56'10.896
- Latitude: 49°57'1.3320
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