Mayrhof is a municipality in Upper Austria in Schärding district in Innviertel with 292 inhabitants (as of 1 January 2013). The municipality is located in the judicial district Schärding.

  • 5.1 Regular events


Mayrhof situated on 430 m altitude in Innviertel. The expansion is 3.3 kilometers from north to south, from west to east 3.4 km. The total area is 5.4 km ². 9.3% of the area is forested, 81.5 % of the area is used for agriculture.

Quarters are holy tree, Mayrhof, Oberndorf.

Coat of arms

Blazon: In green, a red, two -winged, closed courtyard gate with silver archway. The municipality colors are red, white and green


Since the establishment of the Duchy of Bavaria, the area was Bavarian. The place name seems to Mayrhof in the 14th century for the first time. Mayrhof came after the Peace of Teschen in 1779 with the Innviertel (then ' Innbaiern ') to Austria. During the Napoleonic Wars shortly Bavarian, it belongs since 1814 finally to Upper Austria. After the annexation of Austria to the German Reich on 13 March 1938, the town belonged to the " Upper Danube ". After 1945 the restoration of Upper Austria.


Mayor Johann Blümlinger of the ÖVP.

Population Development

In 1991 the community had 238 inhabitants according to the census, then 2001 257 In the census in 2008 and 2011 already 284 inhabitants 285 inhabitants.

Culture and sights

Regular events

Innviertler Midsummer Night's Dream, Classic Open Air concert in the village square