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Longreach, QLD, Australia
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Albert Park Motor Inn
Albert Park Motor Inn
7.0 Good
Corner Ilfracombe And Stork Road, Longreach, QLD, Australia
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2.0 km from city centre, Longreach 
GoodBased on 902 reviews
7.0

Albert Park Motor Inn is located in Longreach and offers complimentary Wi-Fi. It also provides a kids pool, meeting rooms and an outdoor pool.

Saltbush Retreat
Saltbush Retreat
8.6 Excellent
Longreach, QLD, Australia
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2.1 km from city centre, Longreach 
ExcellentBased on 699 reviews
8.6

Boasting an outdoor pool, Saltbush Retreat is situated in Longreach and offers rustic accommodation. It features comfortable rooms with an en suite bathroom and a kitchen.

Longreach Motel
Longreach Motel
6.1 Good
127 Eagle Street, Longreach, QLD, Australia
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0.3 km from city centre, Longreach 
GoodBased on 4 reviews
6.1

This comfortable motel in Longreach offers free Wi-Fi, as well as luggage storage and a tour desk. It also provides laundry facilities, a car rental desk and a garden.

Tips for booking a Longreach hotel

Cheapest month:January
Most expensive month:October
Average price in Longreach:C$ 201/night
Cheapest price found:C$ 52/night
Cheapest day:Saturday
Most expensive day:Tuesday
C$ 52 - C$ 274
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
C$ 184 - C$ 273
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

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Albert Park Motor Inn
Albert Park Motor Inn
7.0 Good
Corner Ilfracombe And Stork Road, Longreach, QLD, Australia
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2.0 km from city centre, Longreach, QLD, Australia 

Albert Park Motor Inn is located in Longreach and offers complimentary Wi-Fi. It also provides a kids pool, meeting rooms and an outdoor pool.

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Longreach Motel
Longreach Motel
6.1 Good
127 Eagle Street, Longreach, QLD, Australia
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0.3 km from city centre,  

This comfortable motel in Longreach offers free Wi-Fi, as well as luggage storage and a tour desk. It also provides laundry facilities, a car rental desk and a garden.

C$ 152
Avg. per night
Saltbush Retreat
Saltbush Retreat
8.6 Excellent
Longreach, QLD, Australia
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2.1 km from city centre,  

Boasting an outdoor pool, Saltbush Retreat is situated in Longreach and offers rustic accommodation. It features comfortable rooms with an en suite bathroom and a kitchen.

C$ 185
Avg. per night
Albert Park Motor Inn
Albert Park Motor Inn
7.0 Good
Corner Ilfracombe And Stork Road, Longreach, QLD, Australia
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2.0 km from city centre,  

Albert Park Motor Inn is located in Longreach and offers complimentary Wi-Fi. It also provides a kids pool, meeting rooms and an outdoor pool.

C$ 197
Avg. per night

Hotel prices in Longreach

3 stars
Albert Park Motor Inn
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Albert Park Motor Inn

Corner Ilfracombe And Stork Road, Longreach, QLD, Australia

7.0 Good
C$ 197

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Longreach Motel
#2 Most popular

Longreach Motel

127 Eagle Street, Longreach, QLD, Australia

6.1 Good
C$ 152

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Where to stay in Longreach

About Longreach

With strong connections to the Iningai, Malintji and Kuunkari Aboriginal cultures, Longreach stretches along the banks of Thomson River. Renowned cultural centres and museums reflect the city’s heritage and modern-day accomplishments, while stagecoach experiences and outback storytelling offer family-friendly entertainment.

Things to do

Longreach prides itself in honouring Australian achievements at the Australian Stockman’s Hall of Fame. The centre hosts five themed galleries highlighting the country’s brave explorers, Aborigines and stock workers, incorporating modern technology to tell the stories of outback heritage.

The world’s second-oldest airline takes centre stage at the Qantas Founders Museum, which features aviation artefacts and decommissioned jets, such as a Boeing 707 and 747, a Consolidated PBY Catalina Flying Boat and a Douglas DC3. At the Powerhouse Museum, you’ll discover a preserved coal train, big engines and rural trucks.

Head to Eagle Street for the city’s best down-home cafes, including Darcy’s Diner and The Lazy Sheep. Shop for traditional crafts at Outback Pioneers’ Station Store, including gidgee wood candleholders and metal art. Splurge on an evening riverboat cruise with campfire dinner, bush poetry and outback storytelling on the Outback Pioneers’ Starlight’s Cruise Experience.

Kids will love attending the Harry Redford Old Time Tent Show, featuring improvisational live theatre with animals, stockmen and outback skits. You can also visit the Social History Museum, which showcases a nostalgic school room and rider cottage with a windup telephone, horsehair mattresses and a wood-burning cookstove. Afterwards, let the little ones loose at Edkins Park or Lioness Park, both featuring children’s playgrounds, picnic areas and barbecue facilities.

Getting around

Longreach Airport sits about two kilometres from the city centre and offers rental cars. Buses and taxis also provide options for getting around the city.

Longreach travel FAQs

With strong connections to the Iningai, Malintji and Kuunkari Aboriginal cultures, Longreach stretches along the banks of Thomson River. Renowned cultural centres and museums reflect the city’s heritage and modern-day accomplishments, while stagecoach experiences and outback storytelling offer family-friendly entertainment.

Things to do in Longreach

Longreach prides itself in honouring Australian achievements at the Australian Stockman’s Hall of Fame. The centre hosts five themed galleries highlighting the country’s brave explorers, Aborigines and stock workers, incorporating modern technology to tell the stories of outback heritage.

The world’s second-oldest airline takes centre stage at the Qantas Founders Museum, which features aviation artefacts and decommissioned jets, such as a Boeing 707 and 747, a Consolidated PBY Catalina Flying Boat and a Douglas DC3. At the Powerhouse Museum, you’ll discover a preserved coal train, big engines and rural trucks.

Head to Eagle Street for the city’s best down-home cafes, including Darcy’s Diner and The Lazy Sheep. Shop for traditional crafts at Outback Pioneers’ Station Store, including gidgee wood candleholders and metal art. Splurge on an evening riverboat cruise with campfire dinner, bush poetry and outback storytelling on the Outback Pioneers’ Starlight’s Cruise Experience.

Kids will love attending the Harry Redford Old Time Tent Show, featuring improvisational live theatre with animals, stockmen and outback skits. You can also visit the Social History Museum, which showcases a nostalgic school room and rider cottage with a windup telephone, horsehair mattresses and a wood-burning cookstove. Afterwards, let the little ones loose at Edkins Park or Lioness Park, both featuring children’s playgrounds, picnic areas and barbecue facilities.

Getting around Longreach

Longreach Airport sits about two kilometres from the city centre and offers rental cars. Buses and taxis also provide options for getting around the city.

  • What are the best hotels in Longreach?

    Longreach Motor Inn, rated with a score of 8.0 from 750 reviewers, is one of the most popular hotels in Longreach. Other top stays include Albert Park Motor Inn, with an average rating of 7.0 from 902 reviewers, and Saltbush Retreat, with a score of 8.6 from 698 reviewers.