Station Hotel Motel, New South Wales

Budget Motel Chain Kurri Kurri New South Wales

Station Hotel Motel Address:

26 Coronation Street,
Kurri Kurri
New South Wales 2327

Here are a few helpful things to know when you stay with us at the Station Hotel Motel in New South Wales

Budget Motel, Station Hotel Motel in Kurri Kurri, is a member of the Budget Motel Chain which means our standards are to provide clean, comfortable and affordable accommodation to our guests.

Station Hotel Motel features an onsite pub, this motel is 5 minutes’ drive from Kurri Kurri District Hospital. Each room is equipped with a flat-screen TV. Each air-conditioned room offers a patio, a microwave and a small refrigerator at Station Hotel Motel Kurri Kurri. An en suite bathroom with a hairdryer is also included. The onsite pub features serves dinner at Kurri Kurri Station Hotel Motel. Dry cleaning services are also available. Meeting facilities are offered. The town centre of Kurri Kurri is 10 minutes’ walk from the hotel. Newcastle is 37 kilometres from Station Hotel Motel Kurri Kurri.

As part of the Budget Motel Chain, the Station Hotel Motel in Kurri Kurri will always offer you the best affordable accommodation rates when you book on!

For over a century Kurri Kurri was a byword for coal mining in the Hunter Valley. It is a town with a late beginning (it didn’t come into existence until October, 1902), a spectacular period when it was rich and prosperous because it was surrounded by hugely productive Hunter Valley mines, and a period when the mines closed and it had to readjust to most-coal mining life. Today it is a charming town with a huge hotel which is an ideal departure point for people wishing to explore the Hunter Valley wine region and discover this important chapter in Australian mining and industrial history.

Hunter Region

Escape to flourishing wine country, where world-famous wineries, acclaimed restaurants, delicious local produce and luxurious hideaways await. Surrounded by magnificent natural beauty, and only two hours from Sydney, the Hunter region is an unrivalled destination that has delighted since vines first thrived in the 1820s. With more cellar doors than any other wine region in Australia, one of the great pleasures of wine tasting here is the incredible breadth of flavour and character. While Hunter Valley semillon and shiraz have long been world-famous, you’ll also sip distinctive and innovative wines, from classic to newer varieties.

The World Heritage wilderness in the Hunter is a wonderful attraction, too. In the Yengo National Park, explore ancient Aboriginal rock art on the Finchley Cultural Walk. Volcanic flows aeons ago shaped the Barrington Tops National Park, which is part of the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia.