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Midlands Motel - Taree Hotels

Midlands Motel

42 Victoria Street, Taree - Map
"Nice Place to Stay"
This is a great little hotel right on the river at Taree. I stayed in one of the Riverview Rooms which has a verandah overlooking the river where you can sit and relax. Staff are friendly and helpful and rooms very clean and comfortable.
A Traveller
Boasting a fabulous location backing onto the Manning River, and just a short stroll from the city centre, the Midlands …More
Best Western Taree Motor Inn - Taree Hotels

Best Western Taree Motor Inn

1 Commerce Street, Taree - Map
"Great stop over"
The room was small but neat and clean, it was exactly what we needed for a pit stop on a longer trip.
Traveller from Wollongong
Stay at this centrally located Taree motel, situated on the majestic Manning River and a short walk to Tarees shopping area …More
Comfort Inn Country Plaza Taree - Taree Hotels

Comfort Inn Country Plaza Taree

5 Bligh Street, Taree - Map
"It's ok, but only because I can't drive further."
Place has everything required for a traveller, though it is off the main road a bit. Staff are good, shops close by and rooms a pretty quiet. Probably bit expensive for the price though.
Traveller from Brisbane
The Comfort Inn Country Plaza Taree is the only 4 star motel in Taree, the best appointed rooms in the area. This small …More
A Railway Lodge - Taree Hotels

A Railway Lodge

99B Manning Street, Taree - Map
"Barrack style accomodation in a quiet location. "
The room although compact was clean & tidy with all the necessaries. Continental breakfast was a bonus.
A Traveller
All Seasons Country Lodge - Glenthorne Hotels

All Seasons Country Lodge

110 Manning River Drive, Glenthorne - Map
"Quiet hotel"
Not in the thick of things, but still within walking distance of the main shopping area in Taree. Very comfortable beds and far enough off the main road that you can't hear the traffic going past.
Traveller from Rural NSW
Crescent Motel - Taree Hotels

Crescent Motel

4 Crescent Avenue, Taree - Map
Overall had a great day, clean and tidy room the animals on the bed we a nice jesture (made me feel like when I was on a cruise). Beds were comfortable would recommend it
A Traveller
Central location - Walking Distance to shops and Restaurants. Short Drive to Beautiful Beaches New Garden Cafe just opened …More
Comfort Inn Marco Polo - Taree Hotels

Comfort Inn Marco Polo

30-32 Crescent Avenue, Taree - Map
4.2 out of 5 (98 reviews)
Short Walk to River and Rowing Club. Short Drive to Airport and Town Centre. Front Desk Hours: 7am-9pm. If arriving outside …More
Pacific Motel - Taree Hotels

Pacific Motel

51 Victoria Street, Taree - Map
"Value for money"
Good check-in on arrival. Room was pleasant - air con. worked well. Bathroom was fine. TV was a reasonable size. Bed was comfortable, couldn't get the electric blanket to work - maybe was not operating it correctly. An extra blanket on top kept the bed warm. Iron and ironing board in the room. Quite comfortable. Would recommend - good value for the price. Very good Chinese banquet in the next block towards town.
Traveller from Canberra ACT
Highway Motor Inn - Taree Hotels

Highway Motor Inn

40-42 Crescent Avenue, Taree - Map
Well priced, friendly staff, clean rooms. Will be staying there again on the way back
A Traveller
Blackboy Tree Motel - Taree Hotels

Blackboy Tree Motel

55 Chatham Avenue, Taree - Map
"Very good for a quiet & comfortable overnight stay"
We (2 adults) were in Taree for extended visits with an ill relative at the hospital. As such, we only needed to go back to motel at night for a light snack, sleep and breakfast before back to hospital. The room was small but it met our needs; we were not a family on a holiday! The microwave was perfect for heating our supper (soup) when we got back from hospital late at night.
Traveller from Sydney, NSW

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    Pocket Guide: Taree

    At the centre of the Manning Valley sits charming Taree on the banks of the Manning River. Situated halfway between Coffs Harbour and Newcastle, Taree is a major mid-north coast city that sits sandwiched between the best of both worlds: beautiful rolling hills and superb coastal beaches. Wot more could you want? Book your Taree accommodation with us today!

    Originally occupied by the Biripi Aboriginal people, Taree gets its name from the native word "tareebit", which means ‘tree by the river’, or more specifically refers to the Sandpaper Fig. Despite the first official land grant being made to William Wynter, who settled in the area in 1831, it took a long time for Taree to take off. With Taree’s neighbour Wingham the highest navigable point on the river further upstream, it stole the spotlight as the administrative centre of the region. But like many river towns, the opening of the Martin Bridge across the Manning River in 1940 proved a major turning point for the township to flourish.

    Today, Taree is the major commercial centre of the Manning Valley. A wander through the town, including the CBD, still nods to its historical roots. Many beautiful historic buildings are still standing, including the Taree Public School, St Pauls Church, Taree Court House and St Marys Catholic Church. The Taree Heritage Walk offers a self-guided tour of the highlights of the city, including both man-made and natural places of significance to the town’s existence.

    Taree is also home to the Manning Regional Art Gallery, and the Manning Entertainment Centre – the region’s cultural hub showcasing everything from amateur theatre to national performing arts productions. If you happen to be around on the third Saturday of the month, be sure to wander through The Hub Community Markets, where friendly locals congregate around the 80 stalls offering clothes, fresh produce, artwork and all the unique finds you can expect of a country market.

    One of the best things about Taree is its location and the access it provides to the entire sprawling Manning Valley region. Get a map and discover the tranquil waterside expanses of the Brimbin Nature Reserve, the Coorabakh National Park (home to Ellenborough Falls), and the gorgeous Tapin Tops National Park. For more blue and less green, don’t miss the long glistening shores of Diamond Beach, the coastal villages around Wallabi Point, or Crowdy Head Lighthouse – an ideal lookout for whales and panoramic ocean vistas.

    Of course, to see the best of the region, a set of wheels is a must. If you’d prefer to arrive by bus or rail though, hire cars are available in Taree. Just book your Taree hotel and you’re all set for a wonderful holiday in the peaceful Manning Valley!

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