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El Paso Motel - Coonabarabran Hotels

El Paso Motel

Newell Highway, Coonabarabran - Map
"A friendly welcome."
Welcomed me with a smile and a chat. She has my admiration for running the motel by herself. Col, is unwell and unable to help. Slept well, airconditioning worked well. Overall a good night.
Traveller from Tamworth
Country Gardens Motel - Coonabarabran Hotels

Country Gardens Motel

13 John Street, Coonabarabran - Map
"Very clean and tidy for a traveller to rest in."
very pleasant check in and well organised. Had been travelling all day and very pleased to get a nice room and bed with a very hot shower.
A Traveller
Matthew Flinders Motor Inn - Coonabarabran Hotels

Matthew Flinders Motor Inn

Newell Highway, Coonabarabran - Map
Very comfortable accommodation quite close to town. Staff very helpful.
A Traveller
39 rooms set back from the highway on 2.5 acres. Enjoy the leafy surrounds and watch the abundant bird life. Variety of …More
Amber Court Motel, Coonabarabran - Coonabarabran Hotels

Amber Court Motel, Coonabarabran

512 Oxley Highway, Coonabarabran - Map
"Clean and tidy"
Very friendly staff,,,nice room was an enjoyable stay
A Traveller
Warrumbungles Mountain Motel - Coonabarabran Hotels

Warrumbungles Mountain Motel

Timor Rd, Coonabarabran - Map
"Great for large families"
My family and I had a wonderful stay at Warrumbungles. One of very few places that cater to larger families. Large rooms (sleep up to 8 people), a pool, swings, and heaps of room for the kids to run around. A very welcome stop on our journey.
Traveller from Brisbane, QLD
Barkala Farmstay - Coonabarabran Hotels

Barkala Farmstay

2630 Dandry Road, Coonabarabran - Map
"Tranquil, zen-like setting in the bush."
This was one of the most amazing places to stay at! If you are looking for a peaceful retreat then this is the place where a few days can feel as if you have been gone a week. Staying in the farmhouse was very pleasant especially waking to the sounds of the resident geese! The accomodation is not five star so don't expect it but it is, however, very comfortable. The Blue Wren cafe serves beautifully cooked meals and the pizza is to die for! Sitting on the verandah of the Farmhouse of an afternoon was a pleasurable experience especially watching the many birds which come into feed. The resident horses, cows and calves are an interesting diversion for guests.
Traveller from Sydney, Australia

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    Accommodation In Coonabarabran

    Coonabarabran’s greatness lies in the stars! The "astronomy capital of Australia", this place has such clear skies that Australia’s largest astronomy research centre is here. But you don’t have to just look at the sky to see the wonders of nature. Coonabarabran is the closest town to Warrumbungle National Park and has the best of both heaven and earth. Book your Coonabarabran hotel with us and you’ll love the place, whether you can spell its name or not.

    The stars

    Siding Spring Observatory is on Mount Woorat, 27 km west of Coonabarabran. You can visit the Exploratory Centre, full of interactive activities and fascinating facts about the cosmos. While you’re there, you can view the Anglo-Australian Telescope, Australia’s largest optical telescope, from behind glass on the fourth floor.

    But you don’t have to go up to the Observatory to appreciate the night sky. With its altitude and its distance from the bright lights of the city, Coonabarabran is a place where the stars really shine. While driving around the Coonabarabran region, you might see billboards with 3D models of the planets of the solar system on them. This is the world’s largest solar system drive, a scale model of our universe 38 million times smaller than the real thing. The Observatory represents the sun, while planets can be found all the way in the towns of Tamworth and Dubbo.

    The Warrumbungles

    Visit Warrumbungle National Park, the place that inspired cartoonist Ken Emerson’s comic ‘The Warrum-bunglers’. The region’s volcanic past has led to such unusual formations as ‘The Breadknife’, which came about when lava flowed through a crack in rocks millions of years ago. The park has over 40 km of bushwalking trails, from simple strolls to epic hikes. There are several camps available in the national park, so you can pack your tent and spend a night in the wild.

    The town

    The Diprotodon Exhibition in the Coonabarabran Visitor Information Centre features the skeleton of the largest marsupial who ever lived (it looks kind of like an alarmingly huge, long-snouted wombat). John Street Coonabarabran’s town centre has fair-dinkum Aussie-style hotels for drinking and a diverse mix of restaurants.

    Getting there

    The Warrumbungles are in Central NSW, about six hours from Sydney. Book a flight to Sydney with us if you need that too. You can drive to Coonabarabran or catch a train and bus from Sydney. Book your Coonabarabran accommodation with us, because the night sky has never looked better.