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Midlander Motor Inn - Emerald Hotels

Midlander Motor Inn

Cnr Hospital Road & School Lane, Emerald - Map
"Clean, comfortable and friendly"
A great overnight spot. Kids loved the pool and Foxtel, kitchenette had all we needed.
Traveller from Sydney
Abode37 - Emerald Hotels


37 Roberts Street, Emerald - Map
"Very quiet motel"
Very happy with this motel. Very comfortable bed and pillows, great facilities only thing lacking was a restaurant attached which would have been wonderful.
Traveller from Central qld
Emerald Maraboon Motor Inn - Emerald Hotels

Emerald Maraboon Motor Inn

5 Esmond Street, Emerald - Map
"Awesome steaks"
Nice and clean, very friendly. Rooms are basic but comfortable. Overall a nice place to stay.
A Traveller
Route 66 Motor Inn - Emerald Hotels

Route 66 Motor Inn

2 Opal Street, Emerald - Map
"city style accommodation in a country town"
Well maintained (quite new) accommodation, everything works and everything comfortable. Really friendly staff in the restaurant that night, and we had a great dinner too - they have a proper chef!
Traveller from QLD
Emerald is located in the Central Highland of Queensland approx 450 kilometers west of Rockhampton. The area is a Beef Cattle …More
Emerald Executive Apartments - Emerald Hotels

Emerald Executive Apartments

160 Egerton Street, Emerald - Map
"Very good apartment next to shopping centre"
We stayed in an apartment with kitchen. The apartment was well appointed and clean and met our needs extremely well. The balcony was a good area and faced the golf course. The room was not noisy considering it was next to the road. The bed was very comfortable.
Traveller from Melbourne
Nogoa Caravan Park - Emerald Hotels

Nogoa Caravan Park

43 Roberts Street, Emerald - Map
Emerald Highlands Motel - Emerald Hotels

Emerald Highlands Motel

5 Cypress Drive, Emerald - Map
"Handy to main road but hard to get to going south"
Nice place to stay at. Fast food close by - walking distance.
Traveller from Sydney
Direct Hotels- Villas on Rivergum - Emerald Hotels

Direct Hotels- Villas on Rivergum

21 Rivergum Drive, Emerald - Map
Own private garage and security brilliant. Gorgeous courtyard with own clothes line and outdoor setting and garden. Give it 10 out of 10
Traveller from Bairnsdale Vic
Villas on Rivergum is a newly constructed complex where guests have a choice of 1 and 2 bedroom fully self-contained spacious …More
Emerald Meteor Motel - Emerald Hotels

Emerald Meteor Motel

4 Opal Street, Emerald - Map
"Clean, purposeful, great staff"
Enjoyable experience, great meals at restaurant, would love to stay again.
Traveller from Toowoomba
Discovery Parks - Emerald - Emerald Hotels

Discovery Parks - Emerald

93 Hospital Access Road, Emerald - Map
Historic, budget-friendly, and friendly overall. Great alternative to your monotonous motel!
A Traveller

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    Pocket Guide: Emerald

    Want to go on a holiday that will make your friends green with envy? Then why not head to Emerald? Considered the hub of the Central Highlands in Queensland, this is the perfect place to go if you'd like to experience country charm and hospitality without giving up modern luxury. If fresh air, beautiful sights and a laid-back lifestyle are what you're craving, our range of Emerald hotels will scratch your travel itch.

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    Emerald was named after the Emerald Downs Hill, a lush, green hill located to the north of town. You won't find any green gemstones here, but the region is the gateway to the Gemfields, known for its gem mining areas. No prizes for guessing what kind of gems can be found at the towns of Rubyvale and Sapphire! Take a short drive to these towns from Emerald and spend the day fossicking for a rare stone to call your own – a souvenir you're sure to never forget. Visit in August and you'll be in time for Gemfest, a festival celebrating gems and jewels of all sorts. During this time you can gaze at rare and colourful gemstones, learn how to make jewellery at one of the many workshops and even take some home with you.

    Emerald's importance in the Central Highlands region also led to the construction of Fairbairn Dam and Lake Maraboon in 1972. Today, the lake and dam are popular tourist destinations, with views of the tranquil water stretching for miles. By day, families flock to the lake to cool off in its waters, pack picnics and make use of the barbecues and tables scattered around the area, or bring their fishing gear in the hopes of landing a barramundi or a rare Red Claw Crayfish.

    For something more unusual, head to Morton Park to take a look at the world's biggest Van Gogh sunflower painting – a great landmark for a town that was once famous for being a major sunflower producer! The painting and the easel it sits on measures 25 metres and a whopping 13.6 tonnes of steel was used in its construction. Talk about a great view on a Starry Night! The sunflower festivities continue around Easter, with the Emerald Easter Sunflower Festival held every year and featuring a street parade, food and wine stalls and even a rodeo.

    An easy three hours from Rockhampton by car, or a train ride on the Brisbane to Longreach line, getting to Emerald promises the sights of rich fields, colourful wildflowers, sparkling lakes and rocky gorges. And that's only the start of your holiday! Book our Emerald accommodation and get ready for a country trip with a difference.