Budget Motels – Postcards from Bendigo

Budget Motels Postcards from Bendigo
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Like many cities and towns across Australia, Bendigo is getting better at acknowledging and embracing the rich cultural heritage of its first peoples.

Bendigo has long been a must-see destination. When gold was first discovered here in the mid-1800s the world soon cottoned on and the box-ironbark forests and creek flats were overcome by people from around the globe hell bent on striking riches. Many did, and much of the wealth exhumed from the earth was invested back into building the city. That’s why Bendigo boasts some of the country’s most impressive architecture, public sculptures, fountains and gardens. And while Bendigo’s built heritage is certainly historic, it’s far from old hat. Today this place has inspired creativity and innovation on show for all to enjoy.

The land has been home to the Dja Dja Wurrung people for tens of thousands of years and today their stories are shared through cultural festivals and performances, and the city pays homage to their language through the naming of significant places, such as Ulumbarra Theatre and the Gurri Wanyarra Wellbeing Centre.

On European settlement this region was claimed by the pastoralists, until the discovery of gold in the 1850s eclipsed all else. People flocked to Bendigo from all around the globe, fuelled by word of the world’s richest gold fields. The creek flats and forests were soon decimated by a makeshift shanty town of mud and tents. But the boom came fast and much wealth was invested into building a city.

Budget Motels in Bendigo

Bendigo Region has a Gastronomy Guide that allows you to seamlessly explore the Regions food and beverage experiences.  You can custom build your own trails or explore existing trails, navigate to venues via gps integration, search via key word for particular interests, build your own favourites list and also share via Social Media.

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Gold Rush History Central Deborah Gold Mine Courtesy Bendigo Region

Bendigo is proudly built upon on a gold rush legacy stretching back to the 1850s. Mrs Kennedy and Mrs Farrell, the wives of two workers from the Mt Alexander North pastoral property would change the course of history in 1851, discovering alluvial gold nuggets in Bendigo Creek while hand washing clothes.

Discover that history in Bendigo’s authentic attractions, such as the fascinating Central Deborah Gold Mine, once a working mine, now welcomes visitors daily. Choose from a variety of mine tours where you can explore up to 228 metres deep and get first-hand insight into the city’s remarkable story of gold discovery.

Bendigo Art Gallery

Bendigo Art Gallery was founded in 1887 – Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee Year. In the late 1880s, distinguished Bendigo architect WC Vahland supervised the conversion of the former Bendigo Volunteer Rifle’s orderly room in View Street into a new home for the Gallery’s collection.

Bendigo Art Gallery is one of the oldest and largest regional galleries in Australia, established in 1887. Bendigo Art Gallery’s collection is extensive, with an emphasis on 19th century European art and Australian art from the 1800’s, alongside a strong collection of contemporary Australian art.

Their collection includes painting, sculpture, ceramics, decorative arts, photography, works on paper, and Australian art.

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"Thank you Jan for making our stay so comfortable. We didn't realise how many Budget Motels there were in Australia and mostly all are so modern"
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"I hadn't stayed at a Budget Motel for many years. Booking was easy and better still, the full experience from check in, the owners and just generally everything was good"
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"Has Budget Motel had a big facelift or what? The rooms are so well kept and really nice. I am definitely using them as my motel of choice from now on"
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"After watching the Dick Smith video, I always book direct now. It just feels good to know Im helping in a small way"
Joe Watkins, Newcastle
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Budget Motels – Curtain Fig Motel – Yungaburra

28 Gillies Hwy,
Yungaburra
Queensland 4884

 

The Curtain Fig Motel in Yungaburra is a member of the Budget Motel Chain and are a small child and pet friendly accommodation motel situated on the Gillies Highway in Yungaburra on the Atherton Tablelands.

The Atherton Tablelands has ancient rainforest, waterfalls, crystal clear crater lakes, rugged outback, food, history, wildlife and more – a visit to the stunning Atherton Tablelands promises to be one of great contrast, beauty and exploration.

Plan to stay at least five days, as there is so much to see and do and base yourself with us at the Curtain Fig Motel.

Every room includes an en-suite shower, a TV, DVD, Coffee Maker, tea making facilities, a fridge and a microwave. For that extra touch of luxury there is a Spa Suite (spa bath). The property is licensed, can provide meals and has an in ground salt water pool. If you are exploring the Tablelands, Book Direct with The Curtain Fig Motel and use our property as your base when you discover the lush farmland, rain forest and Savanah, waterfalls, crater lakes and much in between. Yungaburra is host to a variety of annual events including a Triathlon, a Food Festival and a major 3 day Folk Festival. The Curtain Fig Motel in Yungaburra is clean and affordable and hosts, Jane and Mark look forward to welcoming you.

As part of the Budget Motel Chain, Curtain Fig Motel in Yungaburra will always offer you the best affordable rates when you book on www.budgetmotels.com.au!

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Wow! What happened to Budget?
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John Garner, Morewell
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"After watching the Dick Smith video, I always book direct now. It just feels good to know Im helping in a small way"
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Budget Motels – Coorrabin Motor Inn – Stawell

7 Longfield Street (Western Highway),
Stawell
Victoria 3380

Coorrabin Motor Inn in Stawell is just 5 minutes’ drive from the popular Big Hill Lookout near the Grampians.

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. Coorrabin Motor Inn is a member of the Budget Motel Chain 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!

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.

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.

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"It was good to know you were there looking after us and you helped us with things to see & do in the area we didn't know about."
Ethan Long, Roseville
Yes! The Rooms were all clean
"I am very fussy with the cleanliness of the rooms. I always check out the bathroom first and it was great. Thanks for that. Makes the stay relaxing when you don't need to worry about those types of things!"
Neil James, Engadine
Easier than I thought
"I hadn't stayed at a Budget Motel for many years. Booking was easy and better still, the full experience from check in, the owners and just generally everything was good"
Jackie Goldsmith, Victoria
Wow! What happened to Budget?
"Has Budget Motel had a big facelift or what? The rooms are so well kept and really nice. I am definitely using them as my motel of choice from now on"
John Garner, Morewell
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"Thanks for telling us so much about the places on this site. It's great to know what we can do when we stop over somewhere"
Jay Chowdhury, India
Its good to support local businesses
"After watching the Dick Smith video, I always book direct now. It just feels good to know Im helping in a small way"
Joe Watkins, Newcastle
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Budget Motels – Bororen Motel – Bororen

1 Bruce Highway

Bororen

QLD 4678

Nothing is too much trouble at Bororen Motel. Situated halfway between Brisbane and Mackay on the Bruce Highway, it is the perfect pitstop for the weary traveller. We offer a range of accommodation needs for the single person to a family of four. If you’re working in the areas, we cater to all your needs including short or long stays, meals, laundry facilities and a great communal BBQ area with an outdoor TV.

Bororen Motel is a member of the Budget Motel Chain which means our standards are to provide clean, comfortable and affordable accommodation to our guests. With the friendly service we offer, we’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay.

Back in the war years, Bororen was noted for its pies. Those on active duty almost considered deserting just to get their hands on a Bororen pie. In the 21st century, it’s still worthwhile pulling over for a break. The local pub has a great atmosphere, country to its boots. The architecture is great. The town, approximately 50 kilometres south of Gladstone, is quite well known these days for its cattle and timber industries. If you’re in town on the right day and at the right time, you may even get to see the local woodsmith at work.

As part of the Budget Motel Chain, the Bororen Motel in Bororen will always offer you the best affordable rates when you book on www.budgetmotels.com.au!

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Wow! What happened to Budget?
"Has Budget Motel had a big facelift or what? The rooms are so well kept and really nice. I am definitely using them as my motel of choice from now on"
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"After watching the Dick Smith video, I always book direct now. It just feels good to know Im helping in a small way"
Joe Watkins, Newcastle
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Budget Motels – Loddon River Motel – Kerang

103 Wellington St,
Kerang
Victoria 3579

Loddon River Motel has free WiFi and BBQ facilities, and is just a 15-minute walk from Kerang Train Station. It offers air-conditioned rooms with an iPod dock and a flat-screen TV with cable channels.

All rooms have a toaster, a refrigerator and an electric kettle. Each room has a private bathroom with a hairdryer. Loddon River Motel Kerang is a 3-minute walk from the Kerang Historical Museum. Swan Hill is a 40-minute drive away.

As part of the Budget Motel Chain, the Loddon River Motel is clean and affordable.

Kerang is located in the Murray River region and is loaded with experiences close to nature. With many lakes, rivers or creeks as your destination to relax, fish, waterski, cruise or canoe. Discover beautiful wetlands, national parks and activities, tours and walks, and dining with great local hospitality. Our cafes and restaurants offer mouth watering menus of unique eateries. From a traditional pub, food store with local produce or waffles!

The Lester Smith Lookout Tower is on the Murray Valley Highway. This former water tower, built in 1883, dominates the town. It was converted to a lookout in 1973 and named after Henry Lester Smith, a well-known pioneer of the region and Kerang Shire councillor. Today it is home to the Kerang Lapidary Club which has established an extensive display of minerals, fossils, shells and gemstones on the levels above the ground floor.

The R class was an express passenger steam locomotive that ran on Victorian railways from 1951 to 1974.

707 Operations, which has workshops in Melbourne, aims to preserve heritage trains and the skills associated with maintaining the steam locomotive and other heritage rail stock and to support the tourist industry by running trips to regional Victoria.

Australia’s largest integrated battery and solar farm in Kerang is Tesla’s second biggest battery in Australia, after its 100-megawatt lithium ion battery in South Australia, with the capacity to power 16,000 homes.

 

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"I am very fussy with the cleanliness of the rooms. I always check out the bathroom first and it was great. Thanks for that. Makes the stay relaxing when you don't need to worry about those types of things!"
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Easier than I thought
"I hadn't stayed at a Budget Motel for many years. Booking was easy and better still, the full experience from check in, the owners and just generally everything was good"
Jackie Goldsmith, Victoria
Wow! What happened to Budget?
"Has Budget Motel had a big facelift or what? The rooms are so well kept and really nice. I am definitely using them as my motel of choice from now on"
John Garner, Morewell
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"Thanks for telling us so much about the places on this site. It's great to know what we can do when we stop over somewhere"
Jay Chowdhury, India
Its good to support local businesses
"After watching the Dick Smith video, I always book direct now. It just feels good to know Im helping in a small way"
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Budget Motels – The Menai Motel – Burnie

20 Edwardes Street,
Burnie
Tasmania 7320

The Menai Hotel is a member of the Budget Motel Chain which means our standards are to provide clean, comfortable and affordable accommodation to our guests. As part of the Budget Motel Chain, The Menai Hotel will always offer you the best affordable accommodation rates when you book on www.budgetmotels.com.au!

The Menai Hotel is 15 minutes’ walk from the waterfront boardwalk, where guests can watch penguins returning to their nests at sunset. It is a 5-minute drive from Fern Glade Reserve and a 15-minute drive from Emu Valley Rhododendron Garden.

The Guide Falls Alpaca and Animal Park is a 20-minute drive away. Offering free WiFi, a restaurant and Loi’z Bar which features a fireplace, The Menai Hotel is just a 10-minute walk from Burnie city centre where you can visit The Burnie Arts and Function Centre. Ample free parking is provided on-site.

All rooms offer an LCD TV, refrigerator, tea and coffee, a private bathroom, heaters, a microwave oven, bedside alarm clock radio, writing desk and electric blankets. Some rooms have satellite TV. Toasters and hairdryers are available on request.

Tasmania is a place of wild and beautiful landscapes, friendly people with a relaxed island lifestyle, wonderful food and wine, and a haunting history evoked by world-famous convict ruins.

Tasmania’s well know iconic places are located in or near national parks, like Cradle Mountain in Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, Wineglass Bay in Freycinet National Park and the Franklin River in the Gordon-Franklin Wild Rivers National Park – not to mention the Port Arthur Historic Site near the Tasman National Park. Tasmania also has significant marine reserves where a delicate and beautiful underwater environment is protected.

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Easier than I thought
"I hadn't stayed at a Budget Motel for many years. Booking was easy and better still, the full experience from check in, the owners and just generally everything was good"
Jackie Goldsmith, Victoria
Wow! What happened to Budget?
"Has Budget Motel had a big facelift or what? The rooms are so well kept and really nice. I am definitely using them as my motel of choice from now on"
John Garner, Morewell
Like a Tourist Site
"Thanks for telling us so much about the places on this site. It's great to know what we can do when we stop over somewhere"
Jay Chowdhury, India
Its good to support local businesses
"After watching the Dick Smith video, I always book direct now. It just feels good to know Im helping in a small way"
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Budget Motels – Paruna Motel – Swan Hill

386 Campbell Street,
Swan Hill
Victoria 3585

Paruna Motel Swan Hill is a member of the Budget Motel Chain which means our standards are to provide clean, comfortable and affordable accommodation to our guests. As part of the Budget Motel Chain, the Paruna Motel Swan Hill will always offer you the best affordable accommodation rates when you book on www.budgetmotels.com.au!

With an outdoor swimming pool, free Wi-Fi, Guests can enjoy BBQ facilities. Paruna Motel Swan Hill is a 2-minute drive from The Pioneer Settlement and Murray River Cruises. It is a 10-minute walk from Swan Hill Regional Art Gallery. The air-conditioned rooms offer a TV, toaster, fridge and tea and coffee making facilities. Some rooms feature a spa bath.

Guests can arrange activities through the tour desk, and free laundry facilities are provided. Room service and breakfast are available. There is a free shuttle bus to Murray Downs Golf and Country Club.

Swan Hill is a relaxed and friendly riverside town at the heart of a bountiful region of stone-fruit orchards, wineries, top-notch fishing – for Murray cod, of course! And the Swan Hill Regional Art Gallery features a comprehensive collection of Australian Native art.

Swan Hill was a staging port for riverboat traffic in the 19th century, a bygone time you can relive at the nearby Pioneer Settlement. Allow at least a few hours to explore the Pioneer Settlement, where the streets, shops, homesteads and community buildings of a 19th-century port town come to life.

The huge paddlesteamer Gem is parked here, but for a river cruise you’ll need to board the PS Pyap, an 1896 steamer that departs daily from the Pioneer Settlement wharf.

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Ethan Long, Roseville
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"I am very fussy with the cleanliness of the rooms. I always check out the bathroom first and it was great. Thanks for that. Makes the stay relaxing when you don't need to worry about those types of things!"
Neil James, Engadine
Easier than I thought
"I hadn't stayed at a Budget Motel for many years. Booking was easy and better still, the full experience from check in, the owners and just generally everything was good"
Jackie Goldsmith, Victoria
Wow! What happened to Budget?
"Has Budget Motel had a big facelift or what? The rooms are so well kept and really nice. I am definitely using them as my motel of choice from now on"
John Garner, Morewell
Like a Tourist Site
"Thanks for telling us so much about the places on this site. It's great to know what we can do when we stop over somewhere"
Jay Chowdhury, India
Its good to support local businesses
"After watching the Dick Smith video, I always book direct now. It just feels good to know Im helping in a small way"
Joe Watkins, Newcastle
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Budget Motels – West City Motel – Ardeer

610 Ballarat Road,
Ardeer
Victoria 3022

West City Motel is a member of the Budget Motel Chain which means our standards are to provide clean, comfortable and affordable accommodation to our guests. As part of the Budget Motel Chain, the West City Motel will always offer you the best affordable accommodation rates when you book on www.budgetmotels.com.au!

West City Motel is located on Melbourne’s city fringe, a 10-minute walk from Albian Train Station. It offers free Wi-Fi access. Free on-site parking is provided. All guest rooms include air conditioning, tea/coffee making facilities, a microwave and a flat-screen TV. Each features modern and spacious interiors, and comes with an en suite bathroom.

Ardeer West City Motel is a 5-minute drive from Victoria University and a 25-minute drive from central Melbourne. Melbourne Airport is a 30-minute drive away.

Park your car on top of an old volcano and take a walk into the river valley to the awesome stone columns that give this park its name. The Organ Pipes hang on a cliff face over picturesque Jackson Creek. Bring a picnic and enjoy the serenity.

The Organ Pipes National Park is located at the eastern-most edge of one of the world’s largest ancient volcanic lava flows, stretching 350 kilometres from the edge of Melbourne to the western border of Victoria.

Just a short drive from the heart of the city is the Maribyrnong Valley Parklands featuring Brimbank Park and Horseshoe Bend Farm.

 

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Wow! What happened to Budget?
"Has Budget Motel had a big facelift or what? The rooms are so well kept and really nice. I am definitely using them as my motel of choice from now on"
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"Thanks for telling us so much about the places on this site. It's great to know what we can do when we stop over somewhere"
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"After watching the Dick Smith video, I always book direct now. It just feels good to know Im helping in a small way"
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Budget Motels – Sun Centre Motel – Swan Hill

491 Campbell Street,
Swan Hill
Victoria 3585

Sun Centre Motel has 18 well appointed ground floor units, recently refurbished your hosts Peter and Nicole will ensure your stay is comfortable and affordable.

Sun Centre Motel offers visitors affordability and comfort during their travels at one of Swan Hill’s friendliest motels. Ideally located only 1.6 kilometres from the city centre and close to Swan Hill’s premier tourist attraction, the Pioneer Settlement, Sun Centre Motel is part of the respected Budget Motel Chain.

Sun Centre Motel can also offer fully self contained accommodation in Ivy’s Cottage, situated at the rear of the property. This fully renovated three bedroom home offers the discerning holiday maker or corporate client all the comforts of home at an affordable price. Overlooking the picturesque race course, with car parking in front of each unit, Sun Centre Motel offers clean, quiet, comfortable & quality accommodation in well appointed ground floor units.

Swan Hill is a relaxed and friendly riverside town at the heart of a bountiful region of stone-fruit orchards, wineries, top-notch fishing – for Murray cod, of course! And the Swan Hill Regional Art Gallery features a comprehensive collection of Australian Native art.

Swan Hill was a staging port for riverboat traffic in the 19th century, a bygone time you can relive at the nearby Pioneer Settlement. Allow at least a few hours to explore the Pioneer Settlement, where the streets, shops, homesteads and community buildings of a 19th-century port town come to life.

The huge paddlesteamer Gem is parked here, but for a river cruise you’ll need to board the PS Pyap, an 1896 steamer that departs daily from the Pioneer Settlement wharf.

 

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"It was good to know you were there looking after us and you helped us with things to see & do in the area we didn't know about."
Ethan Long, Roseville
Yes! The Rooms were all clean
"I am very fussy with the cleanliness of the rooms. I always check out the bathroom first and it was great. Thanks for that. Makes the stay relaxing when you don't need to worry about those types of things!"
Neil James, Engadine
Easier than I thought
"I hadn't stayed at a Budget Motel for many years. Booking was easy and better still, the full experience from check in, the owners and just generally everything was good"
Jackie Goldsmith, Victoria
Wow! What happened to Budget?
"Has Budget Motel had a big facelift or what? The rooms are so well kept and really nice. I am definitely using them as my motel of choice from now on"
John Garner, Morewell
Like a Tourist Site
"Thanks for telling us so much about the places on this site. It's great to know what we can do when we stop over somewhere"
Jay Chowdhury, India
Its good to support local businesses
"After watching the Dick Smith video, I always book direct now. It just feels good to know Im helping in a small way"
Joe Watkins, Newcastle
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Budget Motels – Horsham Motel – Horsham

5 Dimboola Road,
Horsham
Victoria 3400

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

Horsham Motel has 5 room styles and features a garden, barbecue grills, and free self parking. WiFi in public areas is free. Situated in Horsham, the Horsham Motel is within 2 km of Horsham Regional Art Gallery and Horsham Aquatic Centre.

Sawyer Park is 3.2 km away. As part of the Budget Motel Chain, the Horsham Motel in Horsham will always offer you the best affordable accommodation rates when you book on www.budgetmotels.com.au!

Located on the banks of the Wimmera River, Horsham is a handy base to explore the region’s nearby natural attractions. Green Lake, on the Western Highway, is the gateway to the region providing a fantastic location for family recreational activity. West of Horsham you will find Natimuk, a picturesque town with historic buildings situated only a short drive from Mount Arapiles, one of the top rock climbing areas in Australia. It is also a great location for bushwalking.

Ranked in the top 50 courses in Australia and boasting superb greens, manicured fairways and fantastic bunkering, the Horsham Golf Club is an experience not to be missed.

In the heart of the Wimmera with the Grampians as the perfect backdrop the new clubhouse is the region’s premier function and entertainment venue with a bistro also offering delicious lunch and dinner menus on certain days.

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Jay Chowdhury, India
Its good to support local businesses
"After watching the Dick Smith video, I always book direct now. It just feels good to know Im helping in a small way"
Joe Watkins, Newcastle
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