Should you ever find yourself in the picturesque and friendly little town of Coonamble, there are two folks in particular who’d love to make your acquaintance. They’re Bob and Jean Ware, and they run the local Artesian Motor Inn. Bob and Jean have been fond names in the business since 1986, which means they’ve been taking care of weary travelers and happy holidaymakers for nearly 30 years.
The Artesian Motor Inn is their pride and joy, and it’s easy to see why. The Artesian Motor Inn is a member of the Budget Motel Chain which means their standards are to provide clean, comfortable and affordable accommodation to our guests in a spacious and well-furnished motel, providing the perfect spot for anybody looking to stay a few nights in town.
Whether you’re just passing through or looking to experience the beauty and goings-on in and around Coonamble, Bob and Jean will work their hardest to make sure every moment of your stay is just right.
Coonamble is home to Australia’s biggest rodeo and campdraft and near three natural wonders, the Warrumbungle National Park, the Macquarie Marshes and the Pilliga Forest. The small country town of art deco buildings, classic country pubs and rural hospitality is Australia’s nickname capital, too.
By the beautiful Castlereagh River, Coonamble is halfway between Dubbo and Lightning Ridge. The scenic drive north from Dubbo, on the Newell and Castlereagh highways via the charming towns of Gilgandra and Gulargambone.