Located on the Parkes side of Dubbo, just off the Newell Highway, this motor inn provides affordable 3 star accommodation. Guests are within easy walking distance of the Macquarie River and other amenities.
Your hosts are committed to providing a high level of customer service and, because they are local people, you will be able to take advantage of their sound knowledge of the area and all its attractions.
There are 19 comfortable ground floor units available, including: standard rooms and 2 bedroom suites. All rooms offer Austar, LCD television, iron and ironing board, tea and coffee making facilities, and air conditioning. Please note that the All Seasons Motor Lodge is unable to accommodate pets.
At the end of a long day sightseeing around the Dubbo area, we recommend taking a dip in the motor inn’s swimming pool or relaxing in the sauna. Both of these facilities are available for guest use at your convenience.
Food & Wine Experience
Take an enjoyable drive in the area to taste the best wines from the cellar door, fresh farm produce at the farmgate or from a market and creative cuisine in cafes, pubs and restaurants.
The lodge is also located next door to Club Dubbo – charge back arrangements are available if you wish to enjoy a meal in the Riverview Bistro. The Club also provides TAB facilities, Keno and other entertainment.
Staying at the Lodge
When staying at the lodge, we hope that you will take the time to explore some of the other nearby towns, including: Narromine, Brocklehurst, Ballimore, Wellington, Tomingley, Wongarbon and Gilgandra.
If you have chosen to stay at the All Seasons Motor Lodge, we’re sure that you are interested in enjoying the many nearby attractions. The Dubbo area has something for everyone, no matter your age or interests.
There are plenty of opportunities to get outside and explore the region that makes Dubbo so unique. Some of the more outdoor activities and attractions that we recommend include: the Dubbo Regional Botanic Gardens (which is comprised of four separate gardens), Terramungamine (which is an Aboriginal reserve containing 150 rock grooves), Wellington Osawano Japanese Gardens, Caloma lookout, and the Burrendong Botanic Garden & Arboretum.
Art & Culture
Whether you’re an art lover or interested in the Aboriginal people of the region (who have been here for around 40,000 years), there are plenty of cultural attractions to enjoy. These include: the Western Plains Cultural Centre (which houses the Regional Art Gallery and Museum), Bill O’Shea Art Gallery, Dubbo Regional Theatre & Convention Centre, Garling Gallery, Aladdin’s Cave Bottlehouse, Cactus Café & Gallery, and the Eris Fleming Gallery.
Each year, a number of events are held in Dubbo and the surrounding region – if you happen to be in town, we definitely recommend checking them out! Some of the more popular events include: the Dubbo Jazz Festival (held across a weekend each August), Dubbo Farmers’ Markets (held on the first and third Saturday of every month), Red Hot Summer Tour (held each summer to showcase Australian music), and the Annual Show (held for one day each May).
We understand that a lot of people coming to the Dubbo area have their children in tow, but you will be pleased to learn that there are plenty of family friendly attractions to enjoy. Check out the Taronga Western Plains Zoo, Dubbo Aquatic Leisure Centre, Dubbo Observatory, Traintasia, Dubbo Sportsworld, Kidzoo Playhouse Café, Elston Park Water Park, Flip Out, Adventure Watersports, Livvi’s Place Playground, and Astro Mini Golf Plus (to name a few).
Believe it or not, the Dubbo area is actually quite old and has ties back to the gold rush. If you are interested in learning more about the history of the city, you should visit the Old Dubbo Gaol, Narromine Aviation Museum, Gilgandra Rural Museum, Dundullimal Homestead, Wellington Caves & Phosphate Mine, the goldfields at Ironbarks, Royal Flying Doctor Base Education Centre, and the Oxley Museum. The Stuart Town Historic Walk is also worth a shot.
If giving the local produce a try sounds more like you’re thing, you won’t be disappointed. Some of the local wineries include the Tombstone Estate Vineyard and the Bell River Estate Winery – pick up a bottle or two for home. You might also like to check out Emu Logic, which is a working farm where you can purchase emu oil, meat, eggs and other products. You might even get to see some eggs hatching if you visit at the right time of year!
As Reviewed on Google...
By Sina Naficy
April 18, 2016
Clean and comfortable.
By Joleen Idle
January 8, 2016
Very clean and comfortable. Close to everything and the owners are very lovely and accommodating
By Lyndsay Packer
October 29, 2015
Friendly staff, simple yet effective accommodation after spending 4 days for a rugby league competition
By Scott Douglas
September 2, 2015
Friendly guys on the phone allowing us to check in at 23:30 after a long drive from Melbourne. Comfortable bed and prefect location. Will be back of we travel that route again.