|< 1 min walk|
|Coonamble bowling club||1 min walk|
|IGA||1 min walk|
|Terminus Hotel||5 min walk|
|Town pool/water park||5 min walk|
|Main Street||5-10 min walk|
|- Local Galleries|
|- Nickname Hall of Fame|
|- Coonamble Heritage walk|
|Global village café||1 min drive|
|113 The Cottage||2 min drive|
|RSL Club||2 min drive|
|Coonamble Hospital||3 min drive|
Towns / Attractions
|Maquarie Marshes||75 km|
|Warrumbungle National Park||77 km|
|Pilliga scrub, café, bore baths||85 km|
|Sliding Springs Observatory||90 km|
|Lightning Ridge||193 km|
79-81 Aberford St (Castlereagh Hwy)
Coonamble NSW 2829 [map]
Phone: (02) 6822 1999
Mon - Sat 07:30 - 20:30
Sun 08:00 - 20:30
To Stay With Us
|Best rooms in Coonamble|
|Luxury spa rooms|
|Pool and BBQ area|
|Best star rated motel or hotel in Coonamble|
|Highest Trip Advisor rated motel in Coonamble NSW|
|Reverse Cycle Air conditioners|
|Direct dial phones|
|DVD in every room and free movie hire|
|Coonamble was built on the Castlereagh River after the first land lease – Koonamble Run, was established in 1840. The river is known as the upside down river because most of the time the river runs under the sand, but when it rains it becomes the fastest flowing inland river in the state. The Coonamble Museum, historic graveyard, Coonamble Heritage Walk and the Nickname Hall of Fame tell more of the history of the area.|
The township of 3000 people offers numerous activities/attractions for the visitor. Just over the road is the Coonamble Bowling club, a popular day and night spot for locals AND VISITORS A LIKE, with TAB, pokies, bar and bistro facilities as well as bowling greens.
There are several country pubs and a RSL club, the municipal olympic sized swimming pool, local shops and cafes, all walking distance. There are also gun, golf, greyhound, and horse racing clubs.
Other local activities include browsing the local galleries and country craft shop.
As well as exploring the local area Coonamble is an ideal base to explore the NSW country region
Central location for day trips to Dubbo to see the popular attractions at the Western Plains Zoo and the Old Dubbo Gaol; the Pilliga Forest with its salt caves, Sandstone Caves, Bore Baths, and Sculptures in the Scrub; the Warrumbungle National Park with bush walks, lookouts and the Sliding Springs observatory; the Macquarie Marshes – a 220,000 hectares semi-permanent wetland for bird watching (60 species), canoeing (seasonal), and photography; and opal fossicking in Lightening Ridge.
Of course if you prefer to relax we have all you need at the motel for a great stay – laze by the pool or in your room.