Coorrabin Motor Inn, Victoria

Coorrabin Motor Inn Address:
7 Longfield Street (Western Highway),
Stawell
Victoria 3380
Coorrabin Motor Inn is just 5 minutes’ drive from the popular Big Hill Lookout. All rooms have comfy queen beds with fresh crisp linen and are air conditioned and feature a microwave, refrigerator and toaster. Tea and coffee making facilities and electric blankets are provided. The refurbished en suite bathroom offers free toiletries and a shower. All our rooms are non smoking but for those wishing to smoke we do have a lovely designated grassed area. Coorrabin Motor Inn is 5 minutes’ drive from Stawell town centre. Lake Lonsdale and Grampians National Park are each within a 15-minute drive. City Park Motel & Apartments is a member of the Budget Motel Group which means our standards are to provide clean, comfortable and affordable accommodation to our guests. As part of the Budget Motel Chain, Coorrabin Motor Inn will always offer you the best affordable rates when you book on www.budgetmotels.com.au!
Delve into Stawell’s rich and varied history and sample renowned local wines on your tour of the Grampians. Located just 20-minutes out of Halls Gap in the Grampians National Park, the town is the service centre for the Grampians and features fascinating cultural tours, museums, wineries and golf. Be a part of the excitement as the country’s best runners descend on Stawell for the Stawell Gift foot race, a part of the historic Easter festival since way back in 1878. Check out the Stawell Gift Hall of Fame to learn more about this iconic 120-metre dash. Bunjil Shelter is located in the Black Range Scenic Reserve near Stawell and this is the only rockart painting of Bunjil known. It is widely regarded as one of the most significant cultural sites in south eastern Australia.

Grampians

Welcome to the Grampians. Whether you’re a wine taster, outdoor explorer or food finder, the Grampians has an adventure waiting for you. With four diverse patches that you can uncover, your paths for discovery are endless. In the heart of it all is the magnificent Grampians National Park. For history buffs, you can learn about the history of gold in Ararat, see the picturesque town of St Arnaud, unearth a volcano in Penshurst, visit 150 year old cellars in Great Western or delve into the dark past of Aradale. With delicious wine, food and farm gates found from North to South, and East to West, you can make a meal of the entire mountainous range. In a space this magical, it only makes sense that art has found its way. Galleries, public art, local markets and boutiques let you get up close and personal with the talented craftsman that call the Grampians home.