Victory Hotel Motel
Victory Hotel Motel
The Victory Hotel Motel is one of Gympie iconic family hotels. In 2009 we added 19 big spacious ultra modern units to the eastern end of the property, bringing the total units to 26. Guests can stay, relax and rest in the accommodations private bushland setting whilst being just a short 50 metre stroll to the Hotel. Here they can enjoy a quite drink, dine in the 80 seat Belloti's bistro and buy a great bottle of wine and the beer of their choice from the huge range available in the Bottlemart Bottle shop.Full hotel details
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Victory Hotel Motel
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Race the Rattler - An annual fun day where athletes challenge the steam train over 18.5km - June.
The Gold Mining Museum - The Gympie Gold Mining and Historical Museum are set in the beautiful gardens of Lake Alford.
Gympie has over 100 years of Gold mining history. The City was founded on gold mining. With more than 30 displays take a few hours or a full day with the family or a group of friends and discover the region?s past. Great picnic grounds and BBQ areas surround the museum, so you can bring your own lunch and relax by the lake or dine in the caf?s at the park.
The Gympie Regional Art Gallery is housed in the beautiful and original School of Arts Building, built in 1905.
It is a community oriented gallery celebrating its own professional and amateur artists whilst introducing to the community a reasonable range of high quality shows from elsewhere in Australia.
Opening Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10am ? 4pm
Woodworks the Forestry and Timber Museum, is a living historical museum focused on the timber and forestry industries from their colonial beginnings up to the 1950s.
The Museum provides a fascinating insight into the role of forestry and timber in Queensland`s and Gympie region`s colonial beginnings through a significant collection including pioneering hand tools, timber samples, timber getting and forestry equipment and associated transport.
World Heritage listed Fraser Island - Discover the fresh water lakes, rain-forests & beaches. Perfect for swimming, boating, fishing, four wheel driving. The Great sandy Strait is protected by Fraser Island - mangrove lined shores, sandy tidal flat protected beaches, and a designated dugong sanctuary. These majestic animals may be seen as they surface from feeding on the sea grass on the sandy bottom.
Golf - a great 18 hole Gold Course in Town and only one hour from Peter Thompson's twin waters or Hyatt Coolum, home of the Australian PGA.
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