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Roma Inland Motor Inn - Roma Hotels

Roma Inland Motor Inn

12 Northern Road, Roma - Map
"Clean, comfortable and convenient."
The motel is perfectly located. We were able to walk to local points of interest and were on the right side of town to continue on our trip to Carnarvon Gorge. The room was immaculately clean, spacious and very comfortable.
Traveller from Beerwah
Best Western Bungil Creek Motel - Roma Hotels

Best Western Bungil Creek Motel

5-7 Bowen Street, Roma - Map
"Easy to find hotel on the main road"
Amazing food! This was the best meal I have had while staying away for years - exceptional. Lovely room with all amenities and friendly staff.
Traveller from Gold Coast
Stay at this award-winning, four-star Roma motel, close to Carnarvon Gorge National Park and only a short walk to the town …More
Motel Carnarvon - Roma Hotels

Motel Carnarvon

18 Northern Road, Roma - Map
"Roomy, comfortable room. Up to date decor."
We just stayed one night enroute on our way home. The service was friendly when we booked in. The room was roomy and decor was modern. Good value accomodation.
A Traveller
Queens Arms Hotel - Roma Hotels

Queens Arms Hotel

88 McDowall Street, Roma - Map
"Good honest Aussie pub"
Staff really helpful rooms clean and for an Aussie outback hotel above average. Share baths and toilets were clean and kept that way. Pub has a great dining room and really buzzes till around midnight when noise stopped.
Traveller from sydney
Roma Aussie Tourist Park - Roma Hotels

Roma Aussie Tourist Park

6 Bowen Street, Roma - Map
"Basic - but comfy bed."
This room had everything we needed for a single night stop over. It was right next to the highway, which we weren't expecting, but the bed was quite comfy. Our boys enjoyed the bunk beds and slept well. Despite the traffic noise we all slept well actually! The key was left out handy for us as we checked in late which was very handy. The room was basic (and bathroom tiny) but it was good value for a single night stop over.
Traveller from Emerald, QLD
Kings Motor Inn & Steakhouse - Roma Hotels

Kings Motor Inn & Steakhouse

77 Quintin Street, Roma - Map
"Perfect for what we wanted"
We stayed overnight on the way through town. The room was very clean with everything we needed of this stay. Beds were comfortable and shower was hot, small kitchenette was perfect for a quick breakfast before taking off.
Traveller from Brisbane
Quality Inn Overlander Homestead - Roma Hotels

Quality Inn Overlander Homestead

Warrego Highway, Roma - Map
Roma is a beautiful country town and this motel adds to that reputation!
A Traveller
Set in six acres of beautiful gardens and surrounded by Roma's famous bottle trees and many Australian native plants, the …More
Roma Explorer's Inn - Roma Hotels

Roma Explorer's Inn

44778 Warrego Highway, Roma - Map
"Comfortable, Convivial, Overnight Pit Stop"
Father and son roadtrip en route Townsville from Melbourne area. Overnighted after 800 km on the road. Hotel lived up to previous reviews. All good; - plus complimentary schooner each incl premium brands. Nice meal with attentive friendly service. No adverse comments. Would stay again if passing through Roma.
Traveller from Prague
Starlight Motor Inn - Roma Hotels

Starlight Motor Inn

20B Bowen Street (Warrego Hwy), Roma - Map
4.7 out of 5 (40 reviews)
Athena Studio Units - Roma Hotels

Athena Studio Units

71 Quintin St., Roma - Map
"Great motel great position"
Surprised by standard so quiet , large fridge , bench cooktop, spotless just the best country motel we have ever stayed at
A Traveller

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    Pocket Guide: Roma

    Roma lies in the heart of Queensland’s south-west, in high country of the Darling Downs. Six hours west of Brisbane, Roma offers a unique country holiday away from the city lights – and as the second-largest urban centre in the region it still has everything you need! So wot’s stopping you from booking one of our Roma hotels today?

    Named after the wife of the first Governor of Queensland, the Countess Diamantina Roma, Roma was the first official settlement following Queensland’s separation from New South Wales in 1859. Traditionally owned by the Mandandanji Aboriginal people, Roma was appointed by the Queensland Government as an administrative centre for the district in 1862. Today it’s thrives off the oil and gas industries, the production of beef cattle, timber and wheat, and as a strong service centre to the wider region.

    Walking down the streets of Roma, you’ll immediately sense the town’s rich history and rural Australian culture. For a guided tour, follow the plaques to significant landmarks along the Roma Historic Walk. You’ll discover many of Roma’s preserved buildings, including the St Pauls Anglican Church featuring magnificent stained glass windows shipped from England in the 1870s, the School of Arts building that was used as a lookout in World War II, and the heritage Roma Court House. Rebuilt in 1901, the original court house was the scene of the 1973 trial of Harry Redford, whose cattle-stealing antics were immortalised in the novel ‘Robbery Under Arms’. For an entertaining rendition of the story, head to the Harry Redford Show, complete with a camp oven dinner.

    While there’s much more history to explore, including the heritage-listed Avenue of Heroes, the 3D Heritage Mural and Mt Abundance Homestead, that’s not all there is to do in Roma! Get to know the modern Roma by exploring the local industries. Check out The Big Rig complex, set on an old oil derrick, and for a real piece of Australia head to the Roma Saleyards. They’re the largest cattle-selling centre in the Southern Hemisphere!

    If that’s still not enough, take a stroll, ride or run along the Adungadoo Pathway lined with ancient river gums following Bungil Creek, explore the Roma Bush Gardens, or take the Roma Express – a miniature train following a 1.4km circuit through similar scenery. For the finer things in life, see what exhibitions are on at the Roma on Bungil Gallery & Community Arts Centre, or head to Romaville Winery, considered the oldest winery in Queensland. And if you happen to be here in November, don’t miss the XXXX Gold Roma Cup – the largest and most exciting meet west of Brisbane!

    Thinking about how on earth to get here? It’s easy! Perched at the intersection of the Great Inland Way and the Warrego Highway, whether you’re taking the inland route along Australia’s east coast, or coming straight from Brisbane, the signs will show the way. Coming from the North, highways also lead from Emerald and Rockhampton. If you hit St George, Charleville or Chinchilla, trust that you’re getting close! Alternatively, you can fly with Qantas from Brisbane with our flights to Roma. Keen for a rural Aussie experience that won’t leave you stranded in the desert? Choose between our range of Roma accommodation options and get packing!