Motel Myall, Queensland

Motel Myall Address:

Corner Drayton & Myall Street,
Queensland 4405

Here are a few helpful things to know when you stay with us at the Motel Myall in Queensland

Motel Myall in Dalby is a member of the Budget Motel Chain which means our standards are to provide clean, comfortable and affordable accommodation to our guests. Recent extensions to the Motel Myall give you the choice of seven luxury Suites to make your stay in Dalby as comfortable as possible. Our roomy air conditioned standard rooms are very clean and well designed for “after hours” work or just relaxation. We have “charge back” arrangements with local restaurants and hotels as well as room service for evening meals. An early breakfast is available for those who have to start early. Motel Myall in Dalby will always offer you the best affordable accommodation rates when you book on!

A taste of life as it used to be is what’s in store when you stay a while in Dalby, an easy 85 kilometres west of Toowoomba along the Warrego Way. Take the Heritage Trail to explore on foot some of Dalby’s historic buildings and discover the old police station dating from the mid-1860s; the Art Centre, which was once the Bath House; and Mary’s Commercial Hotel (1885) – one of the oldest and most legendary pubs on the Western Downs. You can delve further into the local history at Pioneer Park Museum. Exhibits include working farm machinery from the late 1800s and early 1900s, early fashions and household memorabilia and an extensive collection of minerals, rocks and fossils. Of notable interest is the handwritten letter by Ned Kelly asking authorities to allow his mother to visit him in prison.

Darling Downs

Darling Downs region, reaching from Queensland’s premier wine region, the cool-climate Granite Belt in the south, to the sun-drenched South Burnett with its own flourishing wine and food scene in the north. The region extends west in an arc from Goondiwindi to Chinchilla and is haloed by spectacular sunsets reflected in the live-giving network of limpid rivers, dams and creeks. This is the high country at its very best! Get up close and personal with our stunningly beautiful outdoors and wildlife, tackle some of the many spectacular National Parks trails – get your mountain bikes out – or simply kick back and enjoy the peace. Toowoomba is the second largest inland Australian city. Home to a vivid music, café and restaurant scene, many of them in laneways tucked in alongside century-old landmarks, Toowoomba is loaded with theatres, galleries, great shopping and glorious parks and gardens. Explore the First Coat art project – one of Australia’s most prominent regional arts projects. Artists from around the world have created a walkable gallery of street murals in the heart of the city.