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Dooleys Tavern and Motel Springsure

Springsure, Central Highlands Area

Indicative Rate * AU$120 to AU$150

Dooleys Springsure Tavern and Motel is located in the main street of Springsure, home to the Virgin Rock and is approximately 60 kilometres south of Emerald in the Central Highlands. The ideal place to relax and unwind, Dooley's Tavern Springsure is fully air-conditioned and full of atmosphere. A piece of Ireland in the heart of Central Queensland.

Dooley's boasts 68 executive rooms, complete with WiFi internet access, Austar, air-conditioning, flat screen televisions, easy access parking, standard, twin, family or disabled rooms with queen or single pillow top mattresses.

Dooley's Springsure is an ideal venue for birthday celebrations', engagement parties, anniversaries, seasonal events, conferences, meetings and other special occasions. Renowned for its family friendly hospitality, Dooley's 'Award Winning' Springsure Tavern' has something for everybody. From a hearty breakfast, lunch and dinner options offered seven days a week, meal packages for groups and take away orders are available.

You will find the tavern has an extensive selection of refreshing drinks, including the choice of nine ice cold beers on tap. The bottle shop is also stocked with a wide range of beers, wines and spirits for you to choose from.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi
  • Broadband Internet Access

Facilities

  • Automatic Teller Machine
  • Bar
  • Car park

Activities

  • Birdwatching

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
85 Eclipse Street
Springsure, Central Highlands Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Standard - Queen

Standard Room encompasses a queen pillow topped bed, with an adjoining ensuite. Large glassed open showers providing ample room for showering without being cramped in a tiny cubicle. Each room comes complete with free WiFi internet access, Austar, air-conditioning and heating, tea and coffee making facilities, toiletries, 32 inch flat screen televisions and your own parking allocation right outside your room.

Twin

They have one queen bed and one king single bed configuration. Facilities include pillow top mattresses, 32 inch television, Foxtel, hair dryer, basic toiletries, iPod dock/alarm clock.

Family

The classic Family room features a queen bed and bunks including trundle. Port-a-cot is available at no extra charge upon request. All rooms include tea and coffee making facilities, 32 inch television, Foxtel, ensuite, basic toiletries, linen, hairdryer, iPod dock/alarm clock.

Disabled Access - Queen Room

Their Disabled access room offers all the Standard Room inclusions - queen pillow topped bed, with an adjoining ensuite. Large glassed open showers providing ample room for showering. Foxtel channels, air-conditioning and heating, tea and coffee making facilities, toiletries, 32 inch flat screen televisions and your own parking allocation for ease of access.

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