Armidale Motel - 66 Glen Innes Rd Armidale NSW 2350 Australia

 

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66 Glen Innes Rd
Armidale NSW [map]

 

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Phone: 02 6772 8122
Email: enquiries@armidalemotel.com.au

 

Convenient Location

Presbyterian Ladies College 1 min
Armidale CBD 3 min
Ex-Services Club 3 min
Post Office 3 min
Visitor Information Centre 3 min
Woolworths and Big W 3 min
Red Grapevine 3 min
Coles and K-Mart 3 min
MacDonald's 3 min
Hungry Jack's 3 min
KFC 4 min
Domino's Pizza 4 min
New England Hotel 4 min
Council Chambers   5 min
University of New England 5 min
Armidale Hospital 5 min
Swimming Pool 5 min
Bunnings 6 min
Race Course 6 min
Showground 6 min
The Armidale School 6 min
Armidale Blues Rugby Club 7 min
Golf Course 8 min
New England Girls School 8 min
Thunder Ridge Wines 10 min
Whyworry Wines 25 min
Merilba Estate Wines 50 min

 

Towns Nearby

Uralla 25 km
Guyra 35 km
Walcha 67 km
Ebor 80 kim
Glen Innes 95 km
Tamworth 114 km
Inverell 125 km
Gunnedah 182 km
Coffs Harbour 190 km
Stanthorpe 243 km
Moree 265 km
Newcastle 335 km
Brisbane 460 km
Sydney 480 km

 

Great Reason
To Stay With Us

Pet friendly Pet friendly
Close to university Close to university
Next door to Presbyterian Ladies College Next door to Presbyterian Ladies College
Free WiFi Free WiFi
Close to the highway Close to the highway
Large off street parking area Large off street parking area
All rooms are non-smoking All rooms are non-smoking
Tennis Court Tennis Court
Guest BBQ Guest BBQ
Room Service Breakfast Room Service Breakfast
Large Flat Screen TV’s Large Flat Screen TV’s
Guest Laundry Guest Laundry
Family Rooms Family Rooms
Restaurant with room service Restaurant with room service
3 mins to city centre 3 mins to city centre
Close to Hospital Close to Hospital

 

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Things to Do

This picturesque historic city situated on the Northern Tablelands of NSW is home to the University of New England. Armidale has a cosmopolitan feel amid old world grace and a flourishing arts and cultural scene that includes many fine museums and galleries for you to explore.

Heritage buildings, grand cathedrals and tree-lined streets make Armidale a picturesque base for exploring the New England region. Surrounded by the rugged beauty of several national parks including New England National Park, the city has extensive parks and gardens with spectacular deciduous trees.

Armidale Cathedral Armidale Cathedral

During autumn the parks and gardens around Armidale show their beautiful colours. Enjoy a drive along the Waterfall Way, stopping at waterfalls and craggy gorges in the rugged countryside.

The Guided Heritage Tour

The Guided Heritage Tour is a two and a half hour taster of Armidale. You will be taken on an historical journey through Armidale with a lively and personal commentary from one of the tour guides. 

Armidale Heritage Tour

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Saumarez Homestead

Saumarez Homestead, an historic country homestead and ten hectare grazing property, was first inhabited by British settlers led by Henry Dumaresq in the 1830s. Today it includes an elegant, extensive, fully furnished Edwardian homestead, built between 1888 and 1906, and 15 farm and other buildings dating up to 1910, with their collections of early farm equipment.

Saumarez Homestead - Armadale

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The New England Regional Art Museum

The New England Regional Art Museum (NERAM) is a living museum of national significance enjoyed by more than 35,000 visitors annually. NERAM is located in Armidale, New South Wales and makes a sustainable contribution to the cultural, social and economic fabric of the city and region.

Saumarez Homestead - Armadale

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University of New England

Booloominbah was designed for Frederick Robert White in about 1882 by John Horbury Hunt and built by local building contractors William Seabrook and John Brown[1] in 1888. The White family occupied the house until 1933. The property was granted by White's son-in-law Thomas Richmond Foster to the University of Sydney and became the New England University College of the University of Sydney in 1938 and then the University of New England in 1954. The building now houses the offices of the University's senior management, including the Vice-Chancellor's office.

University of New England - Armidale

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The Bi-Centennial Railway Museum

The Bi-Centennial Railway Museum was opened in 1988 to commemorate the men who built the Great Northern Railway. The Armidale Railway Station was built by Edmond Lonsdale in 1882, and welcomed its first train on 1st February 1883. The fine cast iron work was completed at New England Foundry in Uralla by Henry Sheldon Goddard. The ornamental chimneys and mouldings are typical of buildings of this period.

The Bi-Centennial Railway Museum - Armidale

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The Armidale Folk Museum

The Armidale Folk Museum is conducted by Armidale Dumaresq Council and traces its origins back to 1933. It is housed in the magnificent 1863 Armidale Literary Institute and traces the history of this New England city.

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Cathedral Rock National Park

Camp, walk, birdwatch and enjoy scenic views with great picnic spots at Cathedral Rock National Park, just east of Armidale and west of Dorrigo on the New England Tablelands.

Cathedral Rock National Park - Armidale

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Mcdirtys Walking Track

If you like to combine wildlife, waterfalls and birdwatching with an energetic trek, then try the McDirtys walking track.

Mcdirtys Walking Track - Armidale

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Point lookout walking track

Everyone who visits New England National Park should ensure they take a stroll around Point lookout walking track, located 1500m above sea level at the edge of the Great Escarpment. On a clear day, a 180-degree panorama takes in this World Heritage Area right out to Pacific Ocean, 70 kilometres away.

Point lookout walking track - Armidale

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Blue Hole Picnic Area

When it’s time for a day with the family in the great outdoors, pack up the car and head to Blue Hole picnic area for a relaxing day out in the bush. Locals from nearby towns, including Armidale, have been coming to this spot for years and when you pull up, you’ll know why.

Blue Hole Picnic Area - Armidale

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Thunder Ridge's Vineyard and Cellar Door

Thunder Ridge's vineyard and cellar door is situated on Castledoyle Road, just 12 minutes east of Armidale in the New England region of NSW.

Thunder Ridge's Vineyard and Cellar Door - Armidale

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