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Best Western Central Motel & Apartments - Queanbeyan Hotels

Best Western Central Motel & Apartments

11 Antill Street, Queanbeyan - Map
"Excellent location close to everything"
Have stayed here before and will stay again in the future.Like this hotel for it's central location and it is also nice and quiet.
Traveller from Mildura
Stay at this charming, newly remodeled hotel in Queanbeyan, Australia located 15 kilometers from the capital city of …More
Comfort Inn Airport International - Queanbeyan Hotels

Comfort Inn Airport International

57-73 Yass Road, Queanbeyan - Map
"Good location."
Stayed here for a weekend as part of a trip to Floriade. Being in the middle of school holidays, there were a lot of families there. With the indoor pool not in a separate area from the rooms, there was a lot of noise from children using it. This was only during the afternoon, but overall, it wasn't a problem. (If you travel in school holidays, there will be children around!!)
Traveller from Sydney, Australia
Conveniently located in Queanbeyan, just 15 minutes from Canberra City and Canberra International Airport, this Comfort Inn …More
Aussie Settler Motel - Queanbeyan Hotels

Aussie Settler Motel

5 High St, Queanbeyan - Map
"Basic, Clean, Comfortable"
Arrived late - easy after hours check in process - to a clean well lit room.
A Traveller
Crest Motor Inn - Queanbeyan Hotels

Crest Motor Inn

60 Crawford Street, Queanbeyan - Map
"close enough to Canberra "
room nice and clean beds a little close together but we only needed it to sleep in and the price was good for what we got
Traveller from Wollongong
Grand Manor Motor Inn - Queanbeyan - Queanbeyan Hotels

Grand Manor Motor Inn - Queanbeyan

45 Macquoid Street, Queanbeyan - Map
"Quiet hotel away from highway"
Overall nice. Complementary breakfast thrown in. Site said free wifi but had to be paid for
A Traveller
Rainbow Motel - Queanbeyan Hotels

Rainbow Motel

41 Bungendore Road, Queanbeyan - Map
I only needed cheap accom for 1 night. I've stayed here before and it's clean & comfortable. Nothing flash.
Traveller from Sydney
Hamiltons Townhouse Motel - Queanbeyan Hotels

Hamiltons Townhouse Motel

53 Tharwa Road, Queanbeyan - Map
From the moment we arrived we were made very welcomed with lots of questions answered regarding the area. Highly recommend this business and am planning to book again for next weekend.
Traveller from Sydney
Motel Margeurita - Queanbeyan Hotels

Motel Margeurita

2 Margurita Place, Queanbeyan - Map
The Hotel is easy to find, off main road. Parking provided and staff friendly.
Traveller from sydney
Crestview Tourist Park - Queanbeyan Hotels

Crestview Tourist Park

81 Donald Road, Queanbeyan - Map
This is budget, but rooms and areas are clean, fairly quiet.If you're on a budget, this is a great stay.small pool at front is ok if it's warm enough.not right in town so it's quiet and is a short drive in.rooms clean,but my cabin needed some tlc on some things,but was very tidy and well equipped.bed was comfortable and nice big doona.very handy being able to park car right on doorstep.I would stay again if looking for good priced accom in Queanbeyan/ACT.
Traveller from Sydney
Olympia Motel - Queanbeyan Hotels

Olympia Motel

149 Crawford Street, Queanbeyan - Map
"Clean and convenient."
Hotel was friendly,clean, good showers and close to pub, club and restaurants.
A Traveller

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    Accommodation In Queanbeyan

    Queanbeyan’s claim to fame is its role as Canberra’s big brother. Perched on the Queanbeyan River in country NSW, this lovely city has a more relaxed outlook than the nation’s capital has today – and it’s just 25km from the Canberra CBD. Whether you’re looking for a country getaway or a hotel away from the city hustle, check out our range of Queanbeyan accommodation.

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    A whopping 175 years old, Queanbeyan was the heart of the region up until the 1950s when nearby upcoming Canberra took the reins. Officially declared a township in 1838, some of Queanbeyan’s original buildings are still standing today. Named after the traditional landowners, an Aboriginal tribe called Quinbean, this native word translates to mean ‘clear waters’. From its humble colonial beginnings as a squatter’s run Queanbeyan has transformed into a thriving city of over 40,000 people. Today, many people take advantage of the fact they can live in NSW and still work in the capital.

    Housed in the old police sergeant’s residence, the Queanbeyan Museum is a great place to get to know the city and its place in Australian history. For an artistic take on the significance of the area, head to the Queanbeyan Art Gallery, which runs out of a delightful 19th century brick cottage gracing the banks of the Queanbeyan River. For more outdoor sightseeing, don’t miss the world class gardens and a fantastic waterfall at Tulip Top Gardens, where you can peer out over thousands of blossom trees and tulips from the 70-metre high lookout. If it’s sea views you’re after, then jump in the car and drive to the Googong Foreshore area, perfect for fishing, bushwalking, canoeing and cosy picnics. This is also home to an intriguing limestone formation known as the London Bridge Arch.

    When the belly rumbles, you’ll be surprised at the number of options available in this small city. From typical fast food takeaways to restaurants, cafes and hearty pub fare, you’ll also find Chinese, Malaysian, Thai, Turkish and Indian cuisines thrown into the mix.

    As a gateway city, Queanbeyan has a handful of diverse experiences within easy reach. Take a day trip to the Snowy Mountains for some skiing time and fun in the snow, or flee to the many sunny beaches of the South Coast. For more greenery, explore the nearby nature reserves and National Parks on bike or foot, or wind your way through the pretty towns and villages of the Southern Tablelands. With a number of great scenic drives in the area, there’s something to please every kind of traveller! And if you love your wine, then yes, there are also some cellar doors to knock down.

    Getting around is easiest with a car, but local rental cars are also on hand to make life easier. Don’t want to drive? Don’t fret! You can also get here by train, or even by taxi from the Canberra city centre or airport. So, looking for a country stay that’s got tonnes going for it and all the bonuses of the city? Book your Queanbeyan hotel and flight to Canberra with us today!