Holiday Houses Accommodation Maryborough - QLD Tourism


Holiday Houses Maryborough provides a comprehensive QLD Tourism profile for you to find your business in your local 4650 area. The information presented is the most recent available and updated regularly.

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Cara Motel

196 Walker Street, Maryborough QLD 4650
The Cara Motel in Maryborough offers clean, spacious accommodation, reverse cycle air-conditioned suites, all on ground level, in a quiet environment; the ideal corporate and family motel, with free WiFi broadband internet and free12 channel Foxtel for your convenience. It is minutes from all attractions, including the Brolga Theatre, Conference Centre, shops, golf course, hockey fields and sporting grounds. The Maryborough Show Grounds are two kilometres away. Cara Motel hosts, Rita, Imre and their dog Hamish are known for their exceptionally friendly service delivered in a professional manner, ensuring an enjoyable and comfortable stay. The Cara Motel is the perfect base from which to explore the region close to Fraser Island and Hervey Bay....
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Eco Queenslander Holiday Home

15 Treasure Street, Maryborough QLD 4650
Eco Queenslander is a multi-award winning and sustainable family holiday home located in Maryborough, it accommodates up to five guests and is an ideal base for touring the Fraser Coast region. Eco Queenslander is a classic and quaint, craftsman built home which retains many of its original features: fretwork, polished timber floors, French doors, high moulded ceilings, casement windows with elaborate glass, claw-foot bath....
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Maryborough Motel & Conference Centre

298 Walker St , Maryborough QLD 4650
The Maryborough Motel & Conference Centre is located close to the CBD of Maryborough, QLD, and is the closest motel to the Bruce Highway, but is very quiet and comfortable for a goods nights rest. We have very clean and comfortable rooms with digital TV, coffee/tea making and ensuited bathrooms. We have large carparks at your door, trailer, bus and van parking and a large inground pool to relax in. Free gas BBQ, guests laundry and room service are other services available.
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Mineral Sands Motel

75 Ferry Street, Maryborough QLD 4650
You'll get a warm welcome at the Mineral Sands Motel and Colony Restaurant, your choice for motels in Maryborough, Queensland. The 20 room complex is ideally positioned close to the Central Business District and Station Square Shopping Centre, and opposite the main food strip. Mineral Sands Motel is a pleasant alternative to hotel or apartment accommodation. Just sit back and relax! Let their staff cook your meals, and assist you with your travel bookings. Maryborough motels don't get better than this. The Mineral Sands Motel will provide you a fabulous accommodation experience.
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Eco Queenslander Holiday Home and B&B

15 Treasure Street, Maryborough QLD 4650
Eco Queenslander is a multi-award winning and sustainable family holiday home located in Maryborough, one of Queensland oldest towns on the Fraser Coast. Eco Queenslander accommodates two adults and three children maximum and is an ideal base for touring the Fraser Coast region which is home to three of the top five RACQ's 150 Must Do's in Queensland! Fraser Island, Portside in Maryborough and Whale watching. The Great Barrier Reef is also at their doorstep with day trips to Lady Elliot Island. Day tours and packages which include accommodation and tours can be booked from Eco Queenslander. Eco Queenslander is a classic and quaint, craftsman built home which retains many of its original features: fretwork, polished timber floors, French doors, high moulded ceilings, casement windows with elaborate glass, claw-foot bath, etc. The house was fully restored and refurbished in 2009. Eco Queenslander, located in a quiet street, is tastefully decorated with special attention given to making your stay comfortable and maximising your wellbeing. At Eco Queenslander English, French and Spanish are spoken. French and English languages classes and immersion weekends/weeks organised on request; visit the web site for more information.
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Flora Alba Accommodation

304 - 306 Pallas Street, Maryborough QLD 4650
Flora Alba Cottage is light and bright, with French doors opening from the bedroom and living room on to a sunny verandah that overlooks the pool. Silky oak timber and coloured glass feature in the traditional country style decor of the mini Queenslander which is ideally suited to couples. Families are catered for in Jacaranda on Pallas which is a three bedroom Queenslander home tastefully decorated in 'shabby chic'. A huge deck in the tree tops doubles as outdoor dining and play-pen for your children and four legged family. Both are nestled in the lush tropical gardens where you can enjoy glimpses of the local native birds and butterflies and cool off in the delightful pool. As a Heritage Town, Maryborough is rich in architectural attractions, not to mention streets of Queenslander-style homes of quite exceptional quality. Hervey Bay, with access to seasonal whale watching and magnificent Fraser Island, is just a 30 minute drive from Flora Alba Cottage. Your host, Maureen, can advise guests on the best tours, sights and restaurants in the Fraser Coast region. A few days at Flora Alba and Jacaranda is, indeed, a tonic for the soul.
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Tin Peaks Bed and Breakfast

54 Berallan Drive, Maryborough QLD 4650
Tin Peaks Cottage is award winning accommodation in scenic Maryborough, Queensland. The private open planned, self contained accommodation is generous in proportion, that has a pleasant outlook from its own private veranda overlooking established gardens. Tin Peaks is eco-friendly (sustainable with rain water tanks, solar panels, bio diverse waste water system and the cottage is constructed of many recycled materials) as well as child and pet friendly. Being situated in an exclusive suburb of Maryborough which is also part of a koala habitat that exists in an environmental conservation park allows visitors the opportunity to experience Australian flora and home to the world heritage listed Fraser Island. They pride themselves on providing a more personalised service to guests to ensure their stay is memorable and enjoyable at an affordable rate that represents good value.
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Carriers Arms Hotel Motel

405 Alice Street, Maryborough QLD 4650
The Carriers Arms Hotel Motel is in the heart of Maryborough and boasts 38 motel units, TAB, Keno, Pokies, Carriers Cellars Liquor Barn, family bistro with kids room, function rooms and live entertainment Friday and Saturday evenings. The complex trades seven days a week, 363 days a year. The accommodation is clean, quiet and very comfortable. All rooms have a queen and single bed and also include reverse cycle air-conditioners, wireless broadband access, Foxtel, hairdryers, ironing facilities, as well as a fridge, microwave and tea and coffee making facilities. There is also a swimming pool to relax so the kids can play while parents relax and enjoy their stay....
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Huntsville Caravan Park

23 Gympie Road, Maryborough QLD 4650
Enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of Huntsville Caravan Park, set on the banks of the Mary River in Maryborough. Located just five minutes from the town centre, golf course, bowling greens, RSL Club, and opposite a shopping centre and 500 metres to boat ramp. Huntsville Caravan Park boasts clean amenity blocks and laundry, with washing machines, troughs, dryer, ironing board and separate babies bathroom. The swimming pool, camp kitchen/barbecue, and Free WiFi facilitate your serene stay....
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Wallace Motel and Caravan Park

22 Ferry Street, Maryborough QLD 4650
At the Wallace, they provide an array of accommodation, with options bound to meet your quality and value expectations. Their specialty is to provide self-contained accommodation, whether you are working in Maryborough on a job, visiting family or friends, holidaying in the area, attending an event or simply stopping off on a long journey. They cater for families, groups, pet owners and those travelling with their own caravan or RV. Your stay is enhanced with free wifi, group meeting facilities, a pool, laundries and an adjacent restaurant where you can even put your meals on your tab. With 30 cabins, 10 motel units and a further seven acres of caravan or RV sites, there's a combination to suit your taste and budget. Their philosophy is simple: Good quality, quiet accommodation where you are left alone to enjoy yourself. The longer you stay, the sharper their rates and the bigger the group, the larger the discount. They pride themselves on providing as much or as little information you would like on their Heritage City and the surrounding region to ensure your free time is never dull or your work day is as productive as it can be.
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Blue Shades Motel

35-39 Ferry Street, Maryborough QLD 4650
Blue Shades Motel offers a variety of rooms to suit your requirements, taste and budget. With easy access from the highway, covered car spaces and solid construction, rooms quiet and convenient. There are 35 rooms in total. Choose from standard, business, family or executive rooms. All rooms have complimentary wifi and Foxtel offering three sports channels, three movie channels, and more. There is an outdoor pool with barbecue area and a guest laundry. Their resident Barramundi offers a unique experience for visitors at feeding time too. Extreme pride is taken by the team at The Blue Shades Motel to ensure you have a high standard of comfort, service and cleanliness. Breakfast and Dinner are available for room service or in their Restaurant six days per week. There is a friendly pub across the road from the motel that has meals Monday to Sunday nights. A Blue Shades Motel is a terrific base when visiting The Fraser Coast region, or on route to Hervey Bay and Fraser Island. The historical architecture, Mary Poppins precinct and Military Museum in Maryborough are only a few of the awesome places to see within a few kilometres of the Motel, there is so much more!...
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McNevins Maryborough Motel

188 John Street, Maryborough QLD 4650
McNevins Maryborough Motel is the perfect base for corporate and leisure travellers in the Fraser Coast region. They are located a few minutes walk from Maryborough’s central business district, on the road to popular Hervey Bay and Fraser Island. The Brolga Theatre and beautiful riverside parklands are a short stroll away. The McNevins Maryborough Motel is ideal for groups, holiday makers and business travellers. With 50 spacious suites and rooms, licensed Sails Restaurant, Glasshouse Breakfast Café and conference facilities, they can cater for large leisure and business groups. Their large, comfortable rooms and friendly atmosphere make the Maryborough Motel particularly popular with business travellers. Their in-house restaurant and function room “Sails” provides modern cuisine in an elegant setting, and is an ideal venue for special occasions and celebrations. Meeting and conference facilities are also available. AUSTAR television is provided free-of-charge and high speed wireless broadband is available throughout our property. They have ample space for parking for all cars, coach tours and sporting groups....
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Ned Kellys Motel

150 Gympie Road, Maryborough QLD 4650

We provide a range of rooms and self contained cabins for all guests, families, school groups, sporting clubs, workers and corporate contractors. A single night or longer term as required, with prices to suit.



  • Single $49/night
  • Simple single bed and ensuite bathroom
  • Queen Standard $79/night
  • Luxury Queen $79/night
  • Family $99/night
  • Queen and either one or two singles


  • One Bedroom cabin from $99/night
  • Queen bed, bath and full kitchen facilities
  • Two Bedroom Cabin from $119/night
  • Queen and either one or two singles/bunks and kitchenette facilities

Maryboroughs Bollards

Richmond Street, Maryborough QLD 4650
Maryboroughs Bollards are seven colourful bollards overlooking the Mary River. They represent a sea captain welcoming a family of immigrants landing at the Port of Maryborough in the 1860s. In 1855 approximately 18,000 square metres of decking and warehouses were constructed creating the new wharves that would later become the Port of Maryborough....

Pioneer Country Park

McGregor Street, Maryborough QLD 4650
Pioneer Country Park is an important historical site on the Fraser Coast, with a section of the eastern boundary once part of Eaton Vale Station, the first European occupation in the district. It was also the location for the region's first large scale sugar cane plantation and the main park area was once part of an extensive Chinese Market Garden. Set on 14.5 hectares of reserve land on the banks of the Mary River, Pioneer Country Park has several walking trails, many with river frontage to explore. A walk and cycle path that winds along the banks of the Mary River also provides the chance for leisurely exercise while taking in a key part of history on the Fraser Coast....

Bauer and Wiles Memorial Fountain

Lennox Street, Maryborough QLD 4650
Australia's only outbreak of the pneumonic plague was in Maryborough in 1905. This fountain, situated to the Lennox Street side of City Hall, is a memorial to the two Nurses Cecilia Bauer and Rose Wiles who courageously volunteered to nurse victims of the plague. Whilst looking after their patients both nurses fell ill and died from the deadly disease....

Tiaro Craft Cottage Incorporated and Tourist Information Centre

40-42 Mayne Street, Maryborough QLD 4650
The Tiaro Craft Cottage Inc and Tourist Information Centre is located at Mayne Street on the Park in Tiaro. This accredited visitor information centre offers a one stop shop for travel information including maps, brochures, and itineraries. Staffed by skilled and knowledgeable locals, the Tiaro Craft Cottage Incorporated and Tourist Information Centre can provide advice on the things to see, things to do and where to eat. Discuss with the friendly staff your travel plans or make a booking...

The Kings of Country Rock Tour - Eagles versus Creedence

5 Walker Street, Maryborough QLD 4650
This two-hour stage spectacular captures the sounds and excitement of Americas country rock Icons. Featuring all the timeless rock and roll classics that defined The Eagles and CCR as 1970’s superstars. The Kings of Country Rock Tour is much more than a concert; it’s the ultimate rock experience. The cast of multi-talented & internationally respected musicians bring to life a stage show unlike any other- complete with replica costumes and instruments, backed by state-of-the-art sound, lighting and video special effects....

Mary Poppins Festival

Richmond and Wharf Street, Maryborough QLD 4650
This year’s Festival presents a two week program of storytelling for all ages through all art forms. From music concerts backstage and onstage at the Brolga to pop up performances in the Bond Store Basement. Their artists share their stories through exhibitions and public art installations. Walk the streets and search the rooftops for some very special new surprises as part of the Maryborough Story Trails experience. The signature event is the Mary Poppins Festival Day in the Park where Maryborough's glorious heritage streetscapes are transformed into scenes from the Poppins novels. Nannies race each other pushing prams in the great Nanny Challenge; chimney sweeps compete in the Chimney Sweep Dash while Mary Poppins characters come to life from the pages of books and mingle with the crowd. The entertainment includes professional street theatre performers, sidewalk artists, jugglers, roving Penny Farthing, grand costume parade, kite display, vintage cars, carnival rides and old fashioned games and workshops....

Former Royal Bank of Queensland

297 Kent Street, Maryborough QLD 4650
The Royal Bank of Queensland opened its Maryborough branch in 1888 in this Kent Street building known as Windsor House and in 1922 the Royal Bank of Queensland merged with the Queensland National Bank. The heritage building features the Baroque revival style with broken curved pediments atop the facade and above the entrance. Windsor House is just one of many buildings that showcases the incredible history within Maryborough on the Fraser Coast....

RACQ Technology Challenge Maryborough

Kent Street, Maryborough QLD 4650
Described as the teenage equivalent of Bathurst, thousands of students with a thirst for speed, a bent for technology, and an eye to the future can't be wrong. The RACQ Technology Challenge around Maryborough's inner city streets is a brilliant showcase of the technological skills of Queensland's youth where students design, build and race alternative transport machines of the future. The feature event is the adrenalin-fuelled, action-packed Hour Human Powered Vehicle Queensland Championships where teams pedal aerodynamically designed machines at blistering speeds for 24 hours around an inner-city track. Solar boats and cars, robotics and miniature dragsters powered by carbon dioxide are also part of the RACQ Technology Challenge, which includes five state titles. The 2016 RACQ Maryborough Technology Challenge is set to be bigger and better than ever with more competitors, larger spectator areas and more food and entertainment than ever before! Join them for 24 grueling hours of cycling as teams from around Australia compete against the clock in their high-tech cycles, a year in the preparation....

Maryboroughs Guns

Richmond Street, Maryborough QLD 4650
The Maryborough's Guns represent the rich history of the Fraser Coast region. The beginning of the First World War saw the Royal Australian Navy begin the process of updating its armoury. They presented the three guns, located in Queens Park overlooking the Mary River, as a gift to the City of Maryborough. The three guns were relocated to this position in 1914....

Maryborough Fraser Island Visitor Information Centre

388 Kent Street, Maryborough QLD 4650
The Maryborough Fraser Island Visitor Information Centre is located at City Hall on Kent Street in Maryborough. This accredited visitor information centre offers a one stop shop for travel information including maps, brochures, and itineraries. Staffed by skilled and knowledgeable locals, the Maryborough Fraser Island Visitor Information Centre can provide advice on the things to see, things to do and where to eat. Discuss with the friendly staff your travel plans or make a booking...

Band Rotunda and Fairy Fountain

Lennox Street, Maryborough QLD 4650
Miss Janet Melville bequeathed the Fairy Fountain and Band Rotunda in memory of her brother Andrew who was Mayor of Maryborough in 1863. The entire structure was imported from Scotland in 1890 after the Hon. A.H. Wilson MLA saw it at the Glasgow Exhibition and acquired it as a suitable memorial. In 1905, the fountain was moved from under the ornate roof of the rotunda to its present site to allow the use of the rotunda as a performance area. Last Sunday of the Month activities in the park feature live brass bands performing in the rotunda and miniature steam trains....

Excelsior Band Hall

Richmond Street, Maryborough QLD 4650
Maryborough’s modern Excelsior Band Hall replaces the earlier hall destroyed by fire in 1987. It was designed in Victorian Style to compliment the precinct. The design choice also commemorates the length of time to which bands have added to the spirit and vitality of public occasions. Directly in front of the Band Hall is the George Ambrose White Car park, which was the site of the city’s first in-ground public baths opened in 1906. On the last Sunday morning of every month, enjoy live brass band performances alongside the building in the Rotunda in Queens Park....
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Maryborough Caravan and Tourist Park

209 Gympie Road, Maryborough QLD 4650
Located in quiet garden surroundings within 2 kilometres of the Maryborough Central Business District. Adjacent to the Westside Tavern and Shopping Complex is in close proximity to all conveniences and services. The Maryborough Caravan and Tourist Park offers a number of alternative accommodation types including Caravan and Camping Sites, fully self contained Cabins and Units to meet your specific requirements....

Queens Park Waterfall

Walker Street, Maryborough QLD 4650
Enjoy the popular spot for picnics, the Queens Park Waterfall. The waterfall area of Maryborough's Queens Park was originally a quarry, which was later converted into a pond, that is regularly home to several ducks swimming on its surface or even catching some sun on the edges. The waterfall feature was constructed in the 1970s. It is also frequently used as a backdrop for weddings....

Elizabeth Park Rose Gardens

Kent Street, Maryborough QLD 4650
The Elizabeth Park Rose Gardens was the site of Maryborough's second official cemetery, which closed in 1873. As the town expanded the cemetery was deemed a public health risk, and by 1907, moves were made to remove headstones and remains to the new cemetery. In 1921, the land was converted to a public park, and now is full of beautiful rose gardens. In recent years, brand new interpretive signage has also been installed at the gardens. This allows you to enjoy the beautiful surroundings while soaking up some of Maryborough's great history....

Oh What A Night ! A tribute to Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons

5 Walker Street, Maryborough QLD 4650
When you sit down to enjoy the production of Oh What a Night! you will be in for an incredible evening of entertainment. The show features a talented group of performers who look, act and sound just as amazing as Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons did so many years ago. This fully scripted and choreographed production is the perfect way to relive the magic of Frankie Vallie and the Four Seasons, or to enjoy it for the very first time. During the show you will get the chance to re-live hit tunes like Walk Like a Man, Oh What a Night, Can't Take My Eyes Off You, My Eyes Adored You, Sherry, Big Girls Don't Cry, Grease, and so many others. This truly is one action packed production of musical entertainment that you will not want to miss....

Birthplace of PL Travers

Kent Street, Maryborough QLD 4650
Featured on Maryborough's Walk and Drive Tour - this rendered brick building, the Former Australian Joint Stock Bank, was built in 1882 for the Maryborough Branch of the Australian Joint Stock Bank. The Union Bank occupied the building from 1906. The classic revival style includes an arched entrance and upper level Corinthian pillars. In 1899 during the time her father was the manager of the bank, Helen Lyndon Goff was born in the residence above. Later using the pseudonym P.L. Travers, she wrote the Mary Poppins series of books....

Fraser Coast Wildlife Sanctuary Inc.

31 Mungar Road, Maryborough QLD 4650
If you want to get up close and personal with Australian native wildlife Fraser Coast Wildlife Sanctuary is the place to visit. Enjoy a great day out. Be greeted by Charley, the Long-Billed Corella. Take a walk through the free flight aviary and the sanctuary, where you will experience genuine Australian fauna such as kangaroos, wallabies, emus, turtles, native birds and ducks. Check out the reptiles and dare to hold a python. Meet and learn all about Australia's largest land predator, the Dingo. Take a guided walking tour and experience "true blue" dingo interactions. Enjoy some hospitality in their canteen and browse the souvenir shop. Family packages are available. All ages are welcome and discounts are available for group bookings. The sanctuary is wheel chair friendly. And the dedicated volunteer staff are happy to guide you....

Former Flour Mill

560 Kent Street, Maryborough QLD 4650
The Maryborough Flour Mill was the most northerly flour mill in Australia when it was built in 1890, for the Maryborough Milling Company. In 1919, the Dominion Flour Milling Company who now owned the mill bought the remaining relic of Aldershot smelting works, the chimney. After having it dropped the recoverable bricks were used to build the smoke stack, the remaining bricks were then used to build the fence. The Co-operative Milling Association bought the mill on 1 March 1938 and the mill ceased operation in 1977....