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Kingaroy Country Motel - Kingaroy Hotels

Kingaroy Country Motel

38 Knight Street, Kingaroy - Map
"Good basic accommodation"
Comfortable bed, reasonable facilities, lovely cooked breakfast. Room rather small. Only disadvantage the restaurant was not open so had to go find a place to dine.
Traveller from Brisbane
Burke and Wills Motor Inn - Kingaroy Hotels

Burke and Wills Motor Inn

95 Kingaroy Street, Kingaroy - Map
The motel staff were very friendly and accommodating. The restaurant meals were very good. The rooms were clean and recently refurbished. As the top priced motel in Kingaroy, a few things were disappointing - no fan or heating in the bathroom (given outside temperatures approach zero degrees C), and soap, shampoo, conditioner dispensers on wall (really?) along with no face washers, which, given the manner in which the product is dispensed, is not satisfactory.
Traveller from Sydney
Room Motels Kingaroy - Kingaroy Hotels

Room Motels Kingaroy

76 YOUNGMAN Street, Kingaroy - Map
We checked in early which wasn't a problem for them. The staff are extra helpful and the rooms clean modern and comfortable. This is the second time we have stayed and will be booking in again next month for our next stay in Kingaroy.
A Traveller
Ascot Lodge Motor Inn Kingaroy - Kingaroy Hotels

Ascot Lodge Motor Inn Kingaroy

69 Kingaroy Street, Kingaroy - Map
Very friendly staff, comfortable warm room. The restaurant food was amazing.... I recommend the prawn bisque and the pork belly. The first motel I've come across with a windscreen washing bucket and shoeshine kit outside the room. Well done owners!
Traveller from Brisbane
Ascot Lodge Motor Inn in Kingaroy is a modern 4 star motel centrally located with all the facilities you would expect for …More
Motel Oasis - Kingaroy Hotels

Motel Oasis

50 Walter Road, Kingaroy - Map
"Convenient Location"
it is a nice stay for us 4. It was close to the shops (short drive), quiet even it is on the main road. Basic facilities but adequate for our needs.
Traveller from brisbane
Carrollee Hotel - Kingaroy Hotels

Carrollee Hotel

4 King Street, Kingaroy - Map
Pepper Tree Cabins - Kingaroy Hotels

Pepper Tree Cabins

7 Evelyn Street, Kingaroy - Map
"Away home comfort"
Loved it, the hole place is so tidy and the lady was so welcoming, helpful, loved my stay would highly recomed to every one pasting though kingaroy.
Traveller from c
Hillview Cottages - Kingaroy Hotels

Hillview Cottages

297 Birt Rd, Kingaroy - Map
"Comfort at a price"
We went up when we had a cold snap and the place was warm and comfortable and it is the first place we stayed at that we didn't run out of wood for the fireplace all the little things matted (chocolates,breakfast cereal the fresh eggs) we will be back for the third time
Traveller from Inala
Big4 Kingaroy Holiday Park - Kingaroy Hotels

Big4 Kingaroy Holiday Park

48 Walter Road (D'Aguilar Highway), Kingaroy - Map
Enjoyed The Pumpkin Rolling at Goomeri. Thanks to I.G.A. Kingaroy for their trading hours.
Traveller from qld
Motel Holliday - Kingaroy Hotels

Motel Holliday

175-179 Youngman Street, Kingaroy - Map
3.4 out of 5 (18 reviews)

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    Pocket Guide: Kingaroy

    Kingaroy lies in the heart of Queensland’s South Burnett region, surrounded by red soil farmlands and low rolling hills. The largest centre in the region, Kingaroy has quite the cosmopolitan buzz and a surprising array of shops and services for a small rural town. Come and soak up the relaxed country vibe, sip some local wine, and explore the intriguing red soil landscapes that make Kingaroy so charming. Forget the city lights and check out our range of Kingaroy accommodation now!

    Traditionally the centre of Australia’s peanut and navy bean industries, you can’t miss the Peanut Company of Australia’s twin peanut silos in the town’s CBD. Today, Kingaroy can also add wine to its repertoire! A rapidly-expanding local wine industry has put Kingaroy on the map. Just outside of town there are several wineries, with more about 55km to the north. There’s also the Booie Range Distillery, the third distillery in Queensland, which creates a range of wine-based flavoured liqueurs, including a Peanut Paso Doble. To really savour the region, join a local tasting tour!

    To get a sight of the lands these flavours come from, head to Kingaroy’s two lookouts: at nearby Mt Wooroolin and Apex Park in town. You’ll get panoramic views all the way to the sea! The distinctive red soils provide quite a dramatic contrast to the green rolling hills. A unique ant species found here adapted to this colour, and Kingaroy was named after the aboriginal word for this red ant, Kingaroori. For a scenic drive through the lands, head to nearby Booie Range or wind your way into the Bunya Mountains National Park, 45 minutes away.

    For more fun that doesn’t involve leaving town, check out the town’s Heritage Precinct, including Carroll’s Cottage, Kingaroy’s first building, and the Carrollee Hotel and the area’s earliest council chambers. To get the lowdown on what you’re seeing, poke around the Kingaroy Heritage Museum – which is right next door to the Kingaroy Visitor Info Centre, so don’t forget to pick up some maps and ideas for your Kingaroy holiday! There’s also a local art gallery and a number of local craft shops for some warm country gifts or new homely decorations.

    Kingaroy is a charming little country town that won’t leave you stranded without a shop in sight. The beautiful rolling hills, the local tipples on offer, and the local heritage on show will make you forget about the busy life, and slow down to enjoy it! Come and see what the thriving heart of South Burnett is all about, just two-and-a-half hours from Brisbane and nearly three from Hervey Bay. Book your Kingaroy hotel with us today!

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