A & A Motel Proserpine, Queensland

A & A Motel Proserpine Address:

156 Main Street,
Proserpine
Queensland 4800

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Budget Motel A & A Motel Proserpine is your gateway to the Whitsundays, where you will always be greeted with a smile & outstanding hospitality! Budget Motel A & A Motel Proserpine is a member of the Budget Motel Chain which means our standards are to provide clean, comfortable and affordable accommodation to our guests.

The Budget Motel A & A Motel Proserpine consists of 14 rooms, 12 ground level rooms including a disabled room & 2 self-contained units located upstairs with their own balcony. Your friendly managers Leah & Danny Borghero endeavour to make your stay enjoyable. We pride our motel on our clean rooms, comfortable beds & nice home cooked meals. A home away from home! As part of the Budget Motel Chain, A & A Motel Proserpine will always offer you the best affordable rates when you book on www.budgetmotels.com.au!

The Whitsundays

One of Australia’s most iconic destinations, the Whitsundays are a group of 74 jewel-like islands that sit right in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef. Hop from Hamilton to Whitsunday or Long island, relax on Whitehaven Beach – one of the world’s best beaches – or get out on the water in the sailing capital of the country.

Don’t forget about the mainland, though. The Whitsunday Coast has charms of its own, with great beaches, national parks and the buzzing town of Airlie Beach.

Conway National Park is a peaceful coastal park with rainforest-clad hills, secluded beaches and panoramic outlooks over the scenic Whitsunday area. This park includes the rainforest-clad Conway Peninsula and protects the largest area of lowland tropical rainforest in Queensland outside Tropical North Queensland. Hoop pines grow on coastal ridges and in damp gullies, emerging above the rainforest canopy. Rugged, steep, rocky cliffs provide a spectacular 35-kilometre-long backdrop to the Whitsunday Passage and islands.

Proserpine

Proserpine was named by the explorer George Dalrymple, after Persephone the Greek goddess of fertility, recognising the fertile qualities in the region. Since the late 1800s, cattle grazing and sugar cane have been the economic mainstays here. The eerie glow of cane field fires make a spectacular sight at night from late June onwards.

Although it has many modern facilities, the town’s Main Street is a reminder of how life used to be – particularly the ‘art deco’ period evident in the shop architecture which has been well preserved. Old-fashioned courtesies still survive in Proserpine, particularly at many of the charming retail outlets and country-style hotels. You will find an excellent counter lunch at any of the Main Street pubs and soon find yourself yarning with the locals. There are pleasant picnic grounds at Pioneer Park near the town entrance, Mill Street Park and the Cultural Centre. The bus stop for Airlie Beach and Shute Harbour is at the Mill Street Park which has an enormous historical shady fig tree. Rotary Park in Faust Street has a childrens playground.