ï»¿Rooms range from standard doubles, to family rooms and fully self-contained 2-bedroom units. Easy 5-minute walk to shops, hotels, clubs and the business district. Licensed restaurant & bar where dinner and breakfast is served to order. We also provide packed lunches.
15 Ground Floor Units with Undercover Parking, Conference Facilities to cater up to 45 Located in Centre of CBD. Only Motel in the CBD AAA 3 1/2 Star Only 600m to RSL All Rates Quoted are in Australian Dollars All Major Credit Cards and Eftpos Free AUSTAR in all our rooms Be in the chance to win $1000 by staying with us Come try new chef, Damien ickering's culinary delights
The Grevillea Steakhouse attached to the Motel has a reputation for great steaks.
All steaks are Grain Fed and are MSA quality.
The atmosphere is relaxing and a great place to unwind after a hard days work or travel.
Try one of the great steaks in the range to feel completely fulfilled.
This Property is currently under refurbishment
The town's newest motor inn, with attractive modern styling and first class facilities. Business guests will appreciate the well-lit work space and modem points in every room. Fax and photocopy services available. We are the perfect base for daily sightseeing for holiday travellers. Our rooms are bright and spacious with large bathrooms. Whisper quiet, split cycle air conditioning, free Austar channels, swimming pool and guest laundry. Wheelchair access is available, all rooms non smoking. The Palms licensed restaurant and bar (from 6pm Monday to Friday) offers an a-la-carte international menu.
The Countryman Motel has extensive gardens and comfortable facilities to make your time in Biloela a pleasure whether staying one night or one month.
Our accommodation facilities include an in-ground swimming pool and BBQ facilities, a relaxed home-style licensed restaurant & bar with room service available,guests laundry, complimentary cable TV (Austar) and undercover car parking. Additional parking for trailers and larger vehicles is also available. Wireless internet is available.
Discovery Parks - Biloela is rural Australia at its best. Just under two hours from Gladstone and Rockhampton in Central Queensland’s Callide Valley, stay a while at this caravan park: Discovery Parks – Biloela. If the kids love cow counting, Biloela has the largest number of cattle in any Queensland shire! Take them to Kroombit Tops National Park for some frog counting, too; this park is home to the endangered Kroombit Tinker Frog, so you may spot some of these little guys on your visit. Venture to Mount Scoria, a rare 150 metre rock formation that produces a delightfully musical sound when struck with another rock, or relax at Lake Callide, complete with birdlife and fishing....
The Raintree Motel, Rosslea, is renowned for offering affordable accommodation, relaxed dining and friendly service. With the option of 30 rooms and a centralised location, The Raintree Motel is the perfect location for a short stay or longer vacation. It’s also close to major shopping centres and public transport.
25 spacious ground floor units very well appointed with attention to detail split system air-conditioning. Room service breakfasts, dinners licensed restaurant. Takeaway lunch packs available & free wireless internet connection in all rooms.
Sun Valley Motel consists of 28 rooms, including twenty-six 4-star rated rooms with standard deluxe, executive and self-contained units from which to choose, as well as two budget style rooms.
Each unit includes an 80cm TV with Austar, air-conditioning, ensuite, free WiFi, fridge, microwave and tea/coffee facilities. Our motel also has a pool, bbq area, undercover parking for all rooms, off-street parking for boats/trailers, guest laundry, room service breakfast, contractor packed lunches and a fully stocked alcohol, softdrink and snack bar located in reception.
Sun Valley Motel - your home away from home!
The Queensland Heritage Park complex in Biloela, Central Queensland, represents a celebration of our nation's glorious past and the pioneering spirit of Australians.
Through a remarkable range of exhibits the Queensland Heritage Park provides and insight into the past for present and future generations.
The restored vintage church and railway station buildings are a testament to early pioneers and families who settled in the Callide and Dawson Valleys. The walls of these buildings are lined with historical photographs and associated memorabilia from the families who shaped the district's early days. Each photo is like a window back in time.
The Callide Dawson Machinery Preservation Club grounds at the rear of the complex compliment the many exhibits found inside the main display area, housed in the "Silo" structure that was originally built to showcase Australia's rich primary industries at the World Exhibition held in Brisbane in 1988.
Take the time to explore, discover and relive the past as you browse through the machinery sheds and the large array of vintage agricultural machinery. Marvel at the workmanship of these beautifully crafted machines which have been collected, preserved and placed on display for the enjoyment of the travelling public....
Kroombit Tops offers visitors the chance to get back to nature and camp without facilities, away from phones and technology, in small camping areas with fire-rings for a traditional bush cooking experience.
Take a bushwalk and explore forests on four-wheel-drive roads. Open forests dominated by Sydney blue gum, pink bloodwood and rough-barked apple trees flourish on the park's eastern slopes. In the wetter south-eastern sandstone country, blackbutt forests dominate, and subtropical rainforests grow around some of the creeks. Many birds and animals in Kroombit Tops National Park are at the northern or southern limit of their distribution and it is the only known home to the endangered Kroombit tinkerfrog.
See the remains of a WWII Liberator bomber that crashed at Kroombit Tops in 1945 and remained hidden in the forest until it was discovered nearly 50 years later....
Lake Callide is located 12 kilometres from Biloela via sealed road and approximately 90 kilometres south-west of Gladstone via the Dawson Highway.
While compact, the lake provides visitors with rewarding fishing - especially for golden perch (yellowbelly) and has in recent times been well stocked with barramundi. Red-claw is abundant and it's well worth placing (tagged) traps for a catch of the tasty crayfish. A variety of other freshwater species are available to you and anglers report good success from bank fishing though the boat ramps make this an ideal spot for to launch a boat and follow the fish with a sounder.
The lake also attracts a wide variety of birdlife and the local region includes some spectacular scenery at nearby Kroombit Tops National Park. It is a comfortable drive from the major cities of Gladstone, Rockhampton and popular costal areas....
What do coal, gold, cotton, beef and herbs have in common? Biloela.
You truly are in the heart of cattle country in Biloela or "Bilo" as you might hear it called, where a town tells its story best through a 'spirit of the land' mural which connects it's early beginnings to present day history.
If staying a while or just passing through make sure you check out the Queensland Heritage Park which has heaps of different displays from restored machinery, buildings, images, day to day items from the yesteryear - anything which shaped the region from the early days can be found here.
Bilo could be said to be feeding and clothing the nation with cotton fields, sorghum, wheat, herbs, spices, pork and beef all active industries here.
Take some time to explore, discover and relive the past as you browse through the machinery sheds and the large array of vintage agricultural machinery.
If you love Four Wheel Driving and a bit of adventure, then Kroombit Tops National Park is not far away with an awesome range of Four Wheel Drive tracks, walks (including the wreckage of a World War II Liberator Bomber) and authentic Aussie landscape.
Bilo is part of Australia's Country Way (the Burnett Highway) and you will see why when you pay this Central Queensland heartland a visit.
Some travel the world to visit the Giant's Causeway in Ireland, but the Gladstone region's answer to the hexagonal volcanic columns can be found right here at Mount Scoria.
This is a place of great cultural significance to the Gangulu people and a cultural trail with accompanying information will enlighten you on the spiritual sanctity of the area.
This striking mountain rises above plains of grazing land, and features basalt columns, rocky scree slopes, open woodlands, vine thickets and diverse bird life and the park is a great place to set up and have a picnic amongst the bottle trees, Moreton Bay ash, forest red gums, silver-leaved ironbarks featured in the conservation park.
It takes just 30 minutes to experience this amazing landmark which has supported life and culture for millions of years before today....
Kroombit Tops National Park - a spectacular hinterland experience that showcases the regions true beauty. 800 metre high sandstone cliffs, waterfalls, inspiring landscapes, sweeping gorges, peaceful creeks and the only known home of the Kroombit Tinkerfrog, a critically endangered species.
Just 85 kilometres from Gladstone, Kroombit Tops National Park is a 4WD enthusiasts dream, with a number of touring routes available to explore the varying features of the hinterland. Take a day trip, or camp overnight for a more leisurely journey (fees apply).
The rugged terrain of the Kroombit Plateau is the resting place of a World War II B-24D Liberator bomber which crashed on a rainy night in 1945, and all on board lost their lives. Drive the four wheel drive scenic loop and walk 700 metres (return) to the plane's crash site....