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Castlereagh Lodge Motel

81 Aberford Street, Coonamble NSW 2829
Castlereagh Lodge Motel is situated in the suburb of Coonamble, NSW. Castlereagh features 11 rooms all including a standard telephone, refridgerator, mini bar and internet. Castlereagh's prices from a low $55 a night, and hasa disbaled access and other facilities for your use.

Cypress Motel

147 Castlereagh Highway, Coonamble NSW 2829

Coonamble Motel

86 Castlereagh Street, Coonamble NSW 2829
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Castlereagh Lodge Motel - Coonamble

79 - 81 Aberford Street, (Castlereagh Highway), Coonamble NSW 2829

Kim and Mark welcome you to the Castlereagh Lodge Motel, positioned to make your stay as comfortable as possible. Located opposite the Bowling Club and only a few shops down from the IGA supermarket, leave your car under cover in the parking area and walk to the main shopping strip, clubs, pubs and swimming pool.

Coonamble is the ideal base for exploring the Central West region. Easy day drive to the Dubbo Zoo and Gaol, the Pilliga forest, Macquarie marshes, Warrumbungle National Park, Lightning Ridge, and the small country towns of Gulargambone and Quambone.

Terminus Hotel

25 Railway Street, Coonamble NSW 2829

Sons Of The Soil Hotel

46 castlereagh St, Coonamble NSW 2829

The Commercial Hotel Coonamble

Corner Aberford and Castlereagh Streets, Coonamble NSW 2829

Sons Of The Soil

Castlereagh Street , Coonamble NSW 2829
Located right in the centre of town. Meals available, Video Juke Box, tradtional hotel accommodation upstairs

Club House Hotel

Tooloon Street , Coonamble NSW 2829
Historic pub close to centre of town with Bottleshop and Beer garden.

Terminus Hotel

Railway St, Coonamble NSW 2829
Rustic Pub in quiet area of town, Restaurant, Beer Garden, Restaurant, TAB and entertainment.
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Brolga Downs Guest Houses

Thurn, Coonamble NSW 2829
Brolga Downs Guest House is set on Thurn, an 8,000 acre sheep and cattle property in north west NSW, situated 50 kilometres west of Coonamble on the Quambone Road and 24 kilometres north east of Quambone. The property is renowned for its abundant birdlife (including nesting brolgas) and wetlands. Guests may join in normal farm activities such as mustering sheep and cattle and general stock work, or simply relax. Horse riding is available for experienced riders. A tennis court is available and open fires in winter. Shearing takes place in December with lambing and calving in July.
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The Commercial Hotel Coonamble - Coonamble

Aberford Street, Coonamble NSW 2829
The Commercial Hotel was first built in 1876. It was a single storey building destroyed by the great Coonamble Fire in 1908. The Hotel was rebuilt, this time completely in concrete, in 1912... lending its new name as The Concrete House of the West. The Commercial Hotel's clean and comfortable accommodation caters for singles, couples, families and large group bookings. Local and travelling ers are very welcome.

Outback Arts Gallery

65-67 Castlereagh Street, Coonamble NSW 2829
Outback Arts Gallery is an art gallery located in the main street of Coonamble. Outback Arts Gallery supports and promotes arts and culture in the far west. Displayed in the gallery is art work produced by local and regional artists. Some of the local community's indigenous artists also have their art work on display....


Coonamble, Coonamble NSW 2829
Coonamble lies on the Castlereagh Highway, 160 kilometres north of Dubbo. Coonamble is central to the Warrumbungle National Park, Pilliga State Forest and the Macquarie Marshes. Coonamble is known as a horse town and has a proud agricultural heritage. Home to the largest rodeo and campdraft in the Southern Hemisphere, Coonamble is also the birthplace of Sir Edward Hallstrom, pioneer of refrigeration. Pick up a historic tour brochure from the Visitors Centre in Castlereagh Street and then stroll down the street, almost completely destroyed by fire in 1929 and restored in an art-deco style. Coonamble Shire is a great place to sample the delights of a country pub and the town has four. It is central to a range of tourist destinations including day trip to the Lightning Ridge opal fields in the north, the cotton fields to the west and Western Plains Zoo to the south....

Nickname Hall of Fame

Castlereagh Street, Coonamble NSW 2829
The Nickname is a mystifying tradition and a national phenomenon. Nowhere are nicknames thicker on the ground that across Australia's remote rural regions and Coonamble is the capital. You have entered a realm where the 'real' names of most of the men and many of the women and children have been forgotten, even by their mothers. Nothing and no-one is safe. Anything is fodder for the nicknaming wits of Coonamble - a personal mannerism, a once-mentioned mistake, one mis-pronounced word, an unusual physical characteristic, a fashion faux pas, a sporting slip-up, or a midnight misjudgement. A nickname may last a day, a week on the job ... or many generations. Coonamble is the Nickname Hall of Fame. Take a stroll to see the billboards scattered around the streets and get to know some of their stories. Or stay for a while and get to know the locals. ...