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BIG4 Goondiwindi Holiday Park - Goondiwindi Hotels

BIG4 Goondiwindi Holiday Park

36 Old Cunningham Road, Goondiwindi - Map
"A comfortable stop over."
A pleasant, and comfortable nights sleep. Close to main road for our morning departure.
Traveller from Rosebud, 3939.
Comfort Inn Goondiwindi - Goondiwindi Hotels

Comfort Inn Goondiwindi

145-147 Marshall Street, Goondiwindi - Map
Good location, very quiet, friendly staff, comfortable beds
Traveller from Millmerran
This 3.5 star property is centrally located and within a comfortable stroll of restaurants, shops, and local points of …More
Goondiwindi Top Tourist Park - Goondiwindi Hotels

Goondiwindi Top Tourist Park

20 Hungerford Street, Goondiwindi - Map
"Good stop off point heading south"
Arrived one day earlier than the day booked, but was accommodated without any fuss.
A Traveller
Border Motel - Goondiwindi Hotels

Border Motel

126 Marshall Street, Goondiwindi - Map
"Great stop over point en-route to Brisbane "
Thoroughly enjoyed stay on way to Brisbane - so much so that we made it a priority to stay on way home
Traveller from Canberra
Goondiwindi Motel - Goondiwindi Hotels

Goondiwindi Motel

16-18 Old Cunningham Highway, Goondiwindi - Map
"Quiet motel"
Motel was conveniently located not on main road so quiet but clearly signposted but may have been noisy in race season. We were travelling from Parkes to Rockhampton so good halfway stopover. Local pub had good beer and the motel's barbeque allowed us to cook our own dinner outside.
Traveller from Melbourne
Book the "E-news Competition (WF)" rate between the 21 September 2006 and 31 October 2006 for stays within the next 3 months …More
Best Western Ascot Lodge Motor Inn - Goondiwindi Hotels

Best Western Ascot Lodge Motor Inn

2 Phar Lap Court, Goondiwindi - Map
Rooms are modern and comfortable. Dinner and breakfasts are very good.
A Traveller
Stay at this 100% non smoking hotel offering the newest accommodations and quiet location in Goondiwindi, Australia.Welcome …More
The Town House Motor Inn - Goondiwindi Hotels

The Town House Motor Inn

110 Marshall Street, Goondiwindi - Map
"Nice place to stay"
In heart of town, very convenient and comfortable.
Traveller from G
The Town House Motor Inn and Restaurant is a 21 Room hotel with a mix of standard, deluxe and family rooms. Ideally situated …More
Macintyre Motor Inn - Goondiwindi Hotels

Macintyre Motor Inn

15 Mclean Street, Goondiwindi - Map
"Close to main street, &food outlets."
Good to above average, will use again when next in town.
Traveller from Gunnedah
The Best Western MacIntyre Motor Inn - center of town - is in a quiet location and has an on-ground swimming pool with a spa …More
Country Roads Motor Inn Goondiwindi - Goondiwindi Hotels

Country Roads Motor Inn Goondiwindi

11-13 Cunningham Highway, Goondiwindi - Map
"Modern motel"
The motel was very comfortable with modern facilities. Checkin was smooth and fast.
Traveller from Australia
Gunsynd Motor Inn - Goondiwindi Hotels

Gunsynd Motor Inn

10 McLean Road, Goondiwindi - Map
"No comment"
My son & I arrived last Sat just after midnight. It was very cold. Airconditioner was on, & room was warm and key was in the door as promised.
A Traveller

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    Pocket Guide: Goondiwindi

    Whether you’re travelling interstate or just looking for a country getaway, make sure to stop by Goondiwindi. This little country town sits on the border of Queensland and New South Wales, making it a popular destination for travellers on a road trip. Stay in one of our Goondiwindi hotels to explore this inviting rural town.

    Goondiwindi’s claim to fame is Gunsynd, an Australian Thoroughbred racehorse that won several Cups and championships in the 60s and 70s. Gunsynd’s legacy lives on in Goondiwindi, with one of the town’s major landmarks being a life-sized statue of the horse and his jockey, located in the middle of town. The Gunsynd Museum was opened in 2007 as part of the Goondiwindi Visitor Centre and you can go there to view Gunsynd’s trophies, photos and other tributes to the horse’s achievements.

    For a step back in time, visit the Custom House Museum. The museum is based in a charming colonial-style cottage built in 1863 and features many treasured personal items loaned by local families. These items, ranging from farming equipment to clothing, gives a glimpse into the lives of the Goondiwindi townsfolk back in the day. The Gardens at the museum are another popular spot for both locals and tourists alike. See if you can spot the ‘trunk’ and ‘ears’ of the Elephant Tree or just relax under the shade of the plants and shrubs, some of which have been in the Gardens since the 1970s!

    Goondiwindi is also known for its cotton production. At Goondiwindi Cotton, you can take a tour of a cotton farm and stand among rows of the fluffy, white blooms while listening to tales and legends of the town. Finish off your tour with a trip to the Fashion House, which sells clothing created at local cotton farms. The offcuts from the cotton grown in Goondiwindi are also used at the Euraba Paper Company, an indigenous group that creates papers and art by hand. See the exhibited works at the art gallery, which are created with techniques such as embossing and weaving. You can even take some of these handmade works home with you at the souvenir shop.

    Each year, hundreds of athletes from around the country visit Goondiwindi to participate in the Hell of the West triathlon. Held since 1989, the triathlon consists of a 1.5km swim, 40km cycle and 10km run – phew! Another major event is Gourmet in Gundy, a community event held in September. Gourmet in Gundy is a hodgepodge of events to please attendees of all ages, such as golf tournaments, a photography exhibition, cooking classes and horse races. Make sure to book your Goondiwindi accommodation early if you’re attending either of these events.

    Explore the rich history of Goondiwindi and all it has to offer with our accommodation in Goondiwindi.

    Image credit Jan Smith under Creative Commons