Abajaz Motor Inn

Longreach, Longreach Area

Indicative Rate * AU$122 to AU$160

The Abajaz Motor Inn invite you to enjoy friendly, country hospitality in their quiet, comfortable and clean rooms. The Abajaz is perfectly located midway along the walking track that links the renown Australian Stockman’s Hall of Fame, Qantas Founders Museum and School of the Air with the town centre. Rodd and Liane are happy to help you with information and bookings to ensure you enjoy all there is to see and do in Longreach and the surrounding area.

Amenities include undercover parking, free wireless internet, swimming pool, barbecue, guest laundry, fax and photocopying service, cooked or continental breakfast, chargeback, 56 panel 10 kilowatt Solar System, courtesy transfers. Room facilities include Austar television, reverse cycle air-conditioning, tea and coffee, a fridge, microwave, phone and iron. A cot, hairdryer or toaster are available on request.

11 Wonga Street
Longreach, Longreach Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Double Motel Room

The double motel rooms have a queen bed and either a single bed or a sofa. Like all rooms it has fridge, microwave, tea and coffee, phone, television and ensuite.

Twin Motel Room

The twin motel rooms are for two people in two beds. Rooms may have any configuration of queen, single or double beds.

All rooms have reverse cycle air conditioners, tea/coffee facilities, microwave and fridge.

Family Room

The family rooms have a queen (or double) bed and bunk beds or single beds. All rooms have reverse cycle air conditioners, tea/coffee facilities, fridge and microwave.

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