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Centre Point Mid-City Motor Inn

Warwick, Southern Downs Area

Indicative Rate * AU$115 to AU$130

The Centre Point Mid-City Motor Inn has 19 well appointed quiet units built away from the highway. Offering a large salt water pool and two bedroom family rooms, and for those who like a little bit of luxury, there are deluxe rooms with king sized beds. Located within easy walking distance to the Warwick RSL, restaurants and many other food outlets as well as the centre of Warwick's Central Business District. There is ample space provided for off-street parking, including convenient trailer parking which is popular with those visiting Warwick's Morgan Park Raceway.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Office Services/Business Services
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Pay/Satellite TV
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor

Activities

  • Swimming

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
32 Albion Street
Warwick, Southern Downs Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

The family room has a Queen and Single in a Motel room plus a separate bedroom of either two or three Single beds. Sleeps up to six people.

All motel units including Double or Twin rooms have recently been refurbished with modern stylish bathrooms.

Motel executive deluxe rooms at Centre Point are on the first floor and have King size beds with modern stylish bathrooms.

The single room at the Centre Point Mid-City Motor Inn room can sleep up to two people.

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Yarraman

Yarraman, Toowoomba Area
Fringed by hoop pine plantation forests, bunya pines and picturesque grazing countryside, the timber town of Yarraman sits at the junction of the D'Aguilar and New England Highways. Hotel/motel, B&B, caravan park and cabin accommodation is available.

Maidenwell

Maidenwell, South Burnett Area
Maidenwell, around 20 minutes drive south west of Nanango, is a charming village at the gateway to the Bunya Mountains. Stop in at the quaint country pub for a beer or relax over lunch and a coffee at the Maidenwell Trading Post (home to locally grown Yalbury Olive products).

Bunya Mountains National Park

Bunya Mountains, South Burnett Area
Free Entry
The Bunya Mountains National Park is perched 1100 metres high and 200 kilometres north-west of Brisbane and considered Queensland's second-oldest national park being gazetted in 1908. It's there ancient rainforest-clad peaks stand tall and shelter the world's largest formation of bunya pines (Araucaria bidwillii) - once a popular meeting place for Aboriginal folk to gather nuts in the 1800s.

Murgon

Murgon, South Burnett Area
Amid tranquil bushland and diverse farmlands, the historic town of Murgon, settled in 1846, offers a relaxed pace and offers the perfect base to discover the Barambah Wine Trail. The trail takes in the nearby winery area of Moffatdale where you'll find the largest vineyard in Queensland and five vineyards and cellar doors within a 15 kilometre radius of Murgon.

Proston

Proston, South Burnett Area
Once a country locality known for its diary products, Proston, just north of Wondai in the South Burnett, is now a major growing area for duboisia - a native tree valued for its pharmaceutical properties.

Kumbia

Kumbia, South Burnett Area
Kumbia is a small town nestled into the foothills of the Bunya Mountains, on the Bunya Highway, between the Mountains and Kingaroy. This picturesque little town offers a great opportunity to stop and stock up on groceries and fuel before you head up into the Bunyas - note there are only basic supplies available at The Bunyas general store and no fuel or bottle shop on the mountain.

Jimna State Forest

Jimna, Somerset Area
Free Entry
Jimna State Forest has had a colourful history of gold mining and timber milling. The last flurry of mining, in the 1940s, yielded 2.8 kilograms of gold. Attractions include creeks, log bridges and wildlife including platypus and many species of birds.

Bunya Mountains

Bunya Mountains, South Burnett Area
The majestic Bunya Mountains, situated about 150 kilometres from the coast, is a spectacular wilderness range forming an isolated section of the Great Dividing Range. The immense subtropical range of cool, green rainforest, eucalypt forests and woodlands is home to the world's largest forest of bunya pines.

Kaimkillenbun

Kaimkillenbun,
The little town of Kaimkillenbun, has the longest single place name in Queensland and is known to the locals simply as 'The Bun'. Kaimkillenbun's closest major town is Dalby (24 kilometres to the south west) and it is a great place to stop in when driving to the Bunya Mountains.

Bell

Bell,
Bell is a picturesque township nestled in the foothills of the Bunya Mountains and surrounded by panoramic views of rolling farmland. Just 30 minutes drive from the Bunya Mountains National Park, Bell is an ideal spot to take a break and look around.
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