|Court House Hotel &
|2 min walk|
|Gunnedah Bowling and
|2 min walk|
|Gunnedah CBD||2-3 min walk|
|Restaurants||2-3 min walk|
|Gunnedah Post Office||3 min walk|
|MacDonald||4 min walk|
|Armidale||2 hr 30 min|
|Dubbo||2 hr 30 min|
|Mudgee||2 hr 30 min|
|Orange||4 hr 30 min|
Cnr Abbott and Bloomfield Streets
Gunnedah NSW 2380 [map]
Phone: (02) 6742 5116
To Stay With Us
|All rooms are non-smoking|
|All rooms whisper quiet reverse cycle air conditioning|
|Room service Breakfast|
|Free Foxtel; 15 channels (5 movie and 4 sport) and FlatscreenTV|
|Guest laundry Facilities available|
|Comfy sofas and Bedside Reading LED Lamps with USB Port.|
|King Coil pillow-top Queen and King mattresses|
|Two fully certified Disability Rooms|
Gunnedah Rural Museum: One of Australia’s largest collections of early agriculture and transport memorabilia.
Waterways Wildlife Park: Set on 10 acres of bushland dedicated to the care and preservation of Australian wildlife and birds.
Work of Art Community Gallery: Art Gallery showcasing local, Australian and International art, photography, sculpture and ceramics. Selling fine art, handicrafts, jewellery and bric a brac as well as art books and art supplies.
Plains of Plenty: Showcasing locally made Art, Craft and produce.
Poet’s Drive: Travel the path that celebrates Australian poets. Spot the 16 poems mounted on plaques at various locations around town
Pensioner Hill Reserve Heritage Sculptures: The sculpted stones were erected by Rotary Club of Gunnedah West and were created by Carl Merten and Joan Relke to show some aspects of Gunnedah’s rich cultural heritage.
Warrumbungle National Park: A dramatic skyline seen from all directions, the weathered remnants of ancient volcanoes form this most westerly spur of Great Dividing Range. Home of Siding Springs Observatory
Coolah Tops National Park: The park has spectacular views, waterfalls and bushwalking tracks.
Lake Keepit Recreational Reserve: Offers a variety of water activities, including fishing, sailing, water skiing kayaking and swimming.