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We were made feel welcome from the moment we arrived. Our room was lovely & spacious with modern amenities. Lovely Restaurant! Located close to the Qantas Museum & Stockmans Hall of Fame. The hotel staff were only too helpful to drive & drop us at...More
Close to airport, Stockmans Hall of Fame & Qantas Founders Museum.
Staff happy to pick us up from General Aviation part of airport, despite later than expected arrival time on Saturday evening. Certainly no complaints about the room, very comfortable bed & for one night...More
This is my fifth time staying here over the last few years for work and all past visits have been good. This visit was a real disappointment.
I was put in a room out the back (all prior visits where in the road facing rooms)...More
Fabulous find. Friendly helpful staff. Clean and comfortable rooms. Queen size bed air con fridge ensuite nice grounds. Watched the sunset sitting out the front in the motel grounds and if Ihad got up early enough would probably have seen the sub rise over the...More
A welcome rest after a long train trip from Brisbane.
Spread out rooms over quite an area. Various places to go to rooms.
We were quite a way away from the main restaurant and reception, probably as we were part of a large tourist bus...More
US$86 - US$112 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Australian Stockman's Hall of Fame and Outback Heritage Centre
.73 km away
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Hi, coming by train, is 2 nights enough to see the sights and get the outback experience? Not sure what else to see except Hall of Fame. Many thanks.
7 November 2015|
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Response from Jeff G | Reviewed this property |
2 days is not enough time to spend in the beautiful part of the country. But how long is enough time.....well that depends on the individual. The Stockmans Hall of Fame is great and so too is QANTAS. Spend some time at the... More
2 days is not enough time to spend in the beautiful part of the country. But how long is enough time.....well that depends on the individual. The Stockmans Hall of Fame is great and so too is QANTAS. Spend some time at the coffee shops and meet plenty of locals. Ask if they would take you to a cattle station where you will experience the REAL bush. I was in Townsville yesterday and by chance met an old lady sitting on a park bench. She looked lonely so I spoke with her. What a surpirse!! She was not lonely, she was in Townsville with her grangchildren, all the way from Winton (which is near Longreach and worth a visit). These people have some much to tell us "City folk", it will blow your mind to listen to them as they tell teir stories of fun and laughter and sorror. They are the salt of the Earth, the Gems of the Outback, the people all of us need to meet. Please spend some time with the locals. Ask Lloyd at the Stockman's (CEO) to help you meet some locals. Hes a nice friendly fellow, or talk to Sue at the BP. I hope this helps.
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"Ideal location if you're visiting Sockmans Hall of Fame & Qantas museum."