Potter's Oceanside Motel

East Mackay, Mackay Area

Indicative Rate * AU$129 to AU$199

Potter's Oceanside Motel boasts a modern and chic exterior, while above-average furnishings and luxuries can be found within. Every room has the comfort of a king-sized bed to assure a comfortable sleep. Twin bedding configurations are also available. Potter's Oceanside Motel welcomes guests with disabilities, having three disability-friendly rooms.

Each room has modern flat-screen televisions, and is the only motel in Mackay to offer 20 Foxtel channels, including free movie and sports channels. Modern split-system air conditioners allow you to finely tune your own ambience, for a comfortable temperature year-round

As the name eludes, the motel is nestled on Mackay's pristine coastline, only a few minutes' walk to the popular golden sand of Town Beach. Sunrise strolls here are magical, as the sun rises from behind the islands of the Great Barrier Reef.

Potter's Oceanside Motel is less than 10 minutes' drive from Mackay Airport, and only a few minutes' drive from the Mackay Central Business District. This makes their motel the ideal location for the corporate traveller, the holiday maker or for any visitor who values a great night's sleep in an idyllic location.

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Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
2C East Gordon Street
East Mackay, Mackay Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

2 Bedroom Family King Suite

With inter-connecting room options, two of their Executive King or Executive Twin King Single rooms can be inter-connected, to create a suite to cater for families.

Any combination can be achieved, from two Executive Kings, to two Executive Twin King Singles, or mix and match an Executive King with an Executive Twin King Single.

Disability Executive King

Disability Executive King rooms located on their ground floor. Easy wheelchair access through widened entry ways.

The bathroom features a shower bench, sturdy grip bars in the shower area and beside the toilet.

Disability rooms can consist of two king single beds, or one king sized bed. Let them know your preference upon booking. They will accommodate your request.

Inter-connecting room options so a carer or family member is nearby, while still giving you privacy and independence.

Executive King

Modern, stylish and contemporary, their Executive King rooms are tastefully decorated, spacious and comfortable.

Beautifully appointed, their king-sized beds provide ultimate comfort and space, to promote a restful night's sleep.

Executive Twin King

Their Executive Twin King Single rooms feature all the same modern amenities as their Executive King rooms, but feature two king single beds.

Deluxe Executive King

Extra-spacious king room, which has the inclusion of a comfortable sofa bed.

The added spaciousness of this room means it is the ideal location for a bridal party to use while preparing for their wedding day. This room can then become the bride and grooms spacious sanctuary after the wedding, to relax and refresh before embarking on their honeymoon.

Wedding guests are welcome to use their poolside barbecue facilities for a casual, post-wedding celebration.

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