Budget Motel Dubbo Forest Lodge Motor Inn & Restaurant Address:
248 Myall Street,
New South Wales 2830
Budget Motel Dubbo, Forest Lodge Motor Inn is Affordable and Great Location. Budget Motel, Forest Lodge Motor Inn is located at 248 Myall Street, East Dubbo just off the Golden Highway. It is in close proximity to the Western Institute of TAFE, Charles Sturt University, Western College, Orana Mall Shopping Centre, Dubbo Base Hospital, Dubbo City Turf Club and only a short drive to the central business district of Dubbo.
Budget Motel Dubbo, Forest Lodge Motor Inn is a member of the Budget Motel Chain which means our standards are to provide clean, comfortable and affordable accommodation to our guests. We are situated in a quiet residential area offering rooms ideally suited to couples, sales representatives and families travelling through the city as well as students attending courses to further their education. As part of the Budget Motel Chain, Forest Lodge Motor Inn in Dubbo will always offer you the best affordable rates when you book on www.budgetmotels.com.au!
In the heart of the beautiful Macquarie Valley, Dubbo is a vibrant regional city by the majestic Macquarie River. When you stay with Budget Motel Dubbo, Forest Lodge Motor Inn, you’ll discover many wonderful experiences, from the award-winning Taronga Western Plains Zoo to marvellous museums, gorgeous gardens, tasty delights and fun activities. Bring your bicycles or hire them and ride along the riverbank. You can pedal to the open-range zoo on the Tracker Riley Cycleway, a 12.5 km loop. Near the river in the city centre are attractions such as the heritage-listed Old Dubbo Gaol, which has Australia’s largest collection of hangman’s knots.
Some of Australia’s oldest and prettiest towns are in country NSW, where agriculture prospers in fertile soils. Pioneering history, fresh picked produce and fine wines attract visitors. Orange and Mudgee are popular wine regions.In Dubbo, about 90 minutes’ drive from Mudgee, is Taronga Western Plains Zoo where you can camp within a roar of the animals. You can tour the Murray, Australia’s longest river, aboard a paddle-steamer or stay on a houseboat. Wine tasting and visiting farmers markets are two of the many things to do in this vast and diverse region. You’ll find quality restaurants, pubs and cafés, and a range of places to stay. There are walking trails and tours in remote national parks across country NSW.