Binalong Motel is a pet friendly motel offering a variety of rooms within walking distance to the Goondiwindi town centre.

Convenient Location

CBD 5 mins walk
Golf Course 5 mins
Racecourse 5 mins
MacIntyre River 5 mins
   

Towns Near By

Texas 113 kms
Moree (NSW) 124 kms
St George 200 kms
Warwick 200 kms
Toowoomba 220 kms
Miles 225 kms
Narrabri (NSW) 225 kms
Brisbane 350 kms
   

Find Us

30 McLean Street
Goondiwindi QLD [map]

 

Call Us

07 4671 1777

Great Reasons
To Stay With Us

Quiet, clean, comfortable and affordable Quiet, clean, comfortable and affordable
Undercover parking Undercover parking
Pool with barbecue area Pool with barbecue area
Room service Breakfast Room service Breakfast
Reverse cycle air-conditioning in all rooms Reverse cycle air-conditioning in all rooms
Queen size beds Queen size beds
Parking available for large vehicles Parking available for large vehicles
Pets allowed (Contact motel prior, guidelines apply.) Pets allowed (Contact motel prior, guidelines apply.)
Free internet Wi-Fi access Free internet Wi-Fi access
Foxtel and free to air TV Foxtel and free to air TV
Close to clubs, Post Office, service stations and CBD Close to clubs, Post Office, service stations and CBD
All rooms on ground floor All rooms on ground floor
Family rooms to suit up to 6 people Family rooms to suit up to 6 people
Flat screen TVs with inbuilt DVD players Flat screen TVs with inbuilt DVD players
Flat screen TVs with inbuilt DVD players Autoclub and Seniors discounts offered

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Local Area

Visit the Goondiwindi Chamber of Commerce website for up to date events and attractions http://www.goondiwindi.qld.au/

Information Centre Goondiwindi QLD

 

Goondiwindi Region Tours

Take a day long tour showcasing our region, stopping at Inglewood and all over the district including Lavender Farm and Olive farm as well as historic Heritage centres and the dam to name a few. $130, morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea included. Phone: Samantha on 0427 878 342
 

Gunsynd Statue and Museum

Gunsynd Statue and Museum
Near the original Border bridge, the statue commemorates the famous ‘Goondiwindi Grey’ who won the hearts of racegoers in the late 60s and early 70s. Across the road in the Library Complex, the Gunsynd & Rodeo Memorabilia Tribute displays a wealth of information. After browsing through it and watching the DVD, check out the Visitor Information Centre in the same building.
 

Customs House Museum

Customs House Museum Customs House Museum
A Border Customs Point before Federation, this authentically restored building and its magnificent cottage garden house a rich and colourful collection of mementos from yesteryear. Also in the grounds is Martha’s Cottage, built in 1875. The Museum is open everyday day except Tuesday from 10 am to 4 pm.
 

River Walk

Macintyre River
The level three kilometre walkway along the majestic, tree-lined Macintyre River features a series of interpretive signs about the environmental, social, economic, historical and cultural aspects of the river. Enjoy the tranquillity and spot dozens of different species of plants, birds and other wildlife.
 

Central Business District

Goondiwindi CDB Goondiwindi CDB
Marshall and Herbert Streets offers a terrific range of shopping experiences. A variety of cafes, restaurants and hotels caters for all tastes in food and drink. A highlight is the eye-catching facade of the historic Victoria Hotel, a fine example of the architecture of its era.
 

Botanic Gardens of the Western Woodlands

Established in 1988, this 25 hectare site with a lake and island features a growing collection of plants that are native to the Darling Basin. Extensive lawns, shelter sheds free gas barbecues and a playground for the kids make this an ideal place to relax and enjoy the great outdoors.
 

Natural Heritage Water Park

Natural Heritage Water Park Natural Heritage Water Park
Natural Heritage Water Park with 210 hectares of parkland featuring a 3.3 kilometre circuit for water skiing and other water sports, this facility has a very attractive two hectare barbeque and picnic area, revegetated woodlands, natural and artificial wetlands, and walking and bird watching trails.
 

Artesian Spa

Enjoy warm, natural mineral-rich waters at the Gundy Star Tourist Park. Open 7 days, the deep underground waters ease the body and soothe the mind. Maintained at 38 degrees C, the thermal waters are said to be used for many years in the treatment of rheumatic and muscular disorders, as well as skin ailments and respiratory problems.
 

Fishing

Goondiwindi and district boasts some of the best inland fishing in Australia
Goondiwindi and district boasts some of the best inland fishing in Australia with catches of Golden Perch (Yellow belly) and Murray Cod firmly on the agenda. A free Camping and Fishing Guide is available at the Visitor’s Information Centre. Be aware that bag, size and seasonal restrictions on catches apply.
 

Bird Trails

Goondiwindi has an amazing array of birdlife and some great spots for bird watching which are outlined in a special brochure available at the Visitor’s Information Centre.
 

Border Bridge

The historic Border Bridge was built in 1914 and is a landmark of Goondiwindi. The bridge spans the Macintyre River and was the main hub for freight crossing the border between New South Wales and Queensland, where duties were collected by Customs.
 

Callandoon Pioneer Cemetery

19km west of Goondiwindi on the Barwon Highway, the Callandoon Pioneer Cemetery contains six graves dating from 1876, with only two head stones now standing. Callandoon once had a Post Office, Police Barracks, Gaol and CPS Office.  In 1848 Aboriginal Police were recruited. In 1859 it was appointed a place for holding Courts of Petty Sessions. Take a short break from your drive, stretch your legs and feel the history that surrounds you.
 

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