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Empire Apartment Hotel - Rockhampton Hotels

Empire Apartment Hotel

1-5 East Street, Rockhampton - Map
Friendly staff Hotel clean and all facilities needed are available either in the building or in a few meters walk. There's a shopping centre on one side and a river and view of mt archer on the other side. Restaurants downstairs make this hotel extremely practical. Will stay again. Thank you
Traveller from QLD
The Edge Apartment Hotel - Rockhampton Hotels

The Edge Apartment Hotel

102 Victoria Parade, Rockhampton - Map
"Weekend away"
Great apartment with view over the river. Very clean and spacious.
A Traveller
Leichhardt Hotel - Rockhampton Hotels

Leichhardt Hotel

Cnr Denham & Bolsover St, Rockhampton - Map
Starting to look old and tired but still a well positioned hotel close to town.
A Traveller
Motel 98 - Rockhampton Hotels

Motel 98

98 Victoria Parade, Rockhampton - Map
We enjoyed our stay here. It was comfortable, well appointed and pleasantly peaceful.
A Traveller
Quest Rockhampton - Rockhampton Hotels

Quest Rockhampton

48 Victoria Parade, Rockhampton - Map
"Fantastic accomodation"
Excellent staff, comfortable bed, reasonably well equipped kitchen, close to some restaurants but parking is somewhat difficult especially if you have a roof rack on a large 4WD, Overall highly recommended
Traveller from brisbane
Quest Rockhampton is scheduled to open July 2013 and will feature 73 brand new studio one and two bedroom serviced …More
Criterion Hotel Motel Rockhampton - Rockhampton Hotels

Criterion Hotel Motel Rockhampton

150 Quay Street, Rockhampton - Map
"Beautiful heritage building, "
Stay in a one bedroom budget room, it was a quaint room, very basis and you get what you pay for.
A Traveller
Ambassador Motel - Rockhampton Hotels

Ambassador Motel

353 Yaamba Road North, Rockhampton - Map
"Great place to stay with your fur babies!"
Older room but motel is obviously under going refurb and because of its location you do get traffic noise. Decent meals at a good price room was clean neat and tidy. If you are looking for a five star resort this isn't it. However if your after a safe space while traveling with animals I highly recommend it.
Traveller from glass house mountains
Discovery Holiday Park - Rockhampton - Rockhampton Hotels

Discovery Holiday Park - Rockhampton

394 Yaamba Rd, Rockhampton - Map
"Friendly Staff"
From the first conversation to the last, all staff were very friendly. Fantastic interpersonal skills that I felt were genuine.
Traveller from Agnes Water, QLD
Take as break at Best Western Tropical Wanderer Resort - on the main highway but nestled quietly in waving palms and tropical …More
Travelodge Rockhampton - Rockhampton Hotels

Travelodge Rockhampton

86 Victoria Parade, Rockhampton - Map
A pleasant overnight stay, with a cordial reception. Convinient parking facilities.
A Traveller
Best Western The Stirling Rockhampton - Rockhampton Hotels

Best Western The Stirling Rockhampton

28-34 Albert Street, Rockhampton - Map
"Very nice motel"
Very nice great staff very professional great food
Traveller from brisbane
Stay at this conveniently located Rockhampton motel, close to the city centre and a short walk or drive to beaches, tourist …More

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    Pocket Guide: Rockhampton

    Escape to Rockhampton, Queensland’s gateway to the Capricorn Coast and the outback. The city is famous for its position on the Tropic of Capricorn and its renown as the Beef Capital of Australia. Choose from our range of Rockhampton hotels to start your adventure in this beautiful coastal region teeming with natural attractions.

    Established in 1858, Rockhampton was originally discovered by Charles and William Archer, Queensland settlers who were looking for grazing land for their livestock. This history has come a long way in establishing Rockhampton as the Beef Capital of Australia. Visitors to the region can discover aspects of the town that reflect its beefy nature, such as the six bull statues representing the main breeds of the area located throughout the city, or the Gracemere Saleyards, the largest stud-selling venue in the Southern Hemisphere. Of course, a juicy steak is a must, with prime cuts of grass- or grain-fed cattle readily available for you to feast on. Pair turf with surf and try seafood caught off the nearby Capricorn Coast, such as mud crabs, prawns and barramundi.

    Beef isn’t all Rockhampton is known for, with its Botanic Gardens regarded as one of the best in Australia. A tropical paradise filled with exotic plants, gorgeous flower arrangements and stunning water features, the Gardens have captured imaginations since 1869. Why not bring a picnic or go for a relaxing stroll? Rockhampton’s zoo is also located within the gardens and is home to over 50 species of animals, including such as koalas, crocodiles, dingoes and wombats. Get even closer to nature with a trip to Mount Archer National Park, just 20 minutes from the Rockhampton CBD. At 604 metres above sea level, the mountain is the highest in the area, and offers spectacular views of the city and surrounds. Slip on your walking shoes and explore one of the many trails for visitors of all fitness levels. Walk through deep valleys and dry rainforests, and keep an eye out for the glossy black cockatoo!

    Rockhampton proves especially popular in spring, with the annual Village Festival of Arts & Music taking place in August. The festival features a diverse range of music, live performances, visual arts, children’s activities and food and market stalls, making it a great family day out. Fans of jazz will want to attend Big River Jazz, an annual three-day program showcasing a variety of jazz bands from all around the country. Not here during spring? Catch a show at the Pilbeam Theatre, which hosts many national and international musicals, comedies and drama performances.

    Getting to Rockhampton is as easy as catching one of our cheap flights, or if you’d like to take in the sights and sounds of Queensland, take an eight hour drive or train ride from Brisbane. No matter how you choose to get here, you’re sure to love Rockhampton and the experiences it has to offer. Book your Rockhampton accommodation today!

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