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Akuna Motor Inn, Dubbo

Looking for a place to hang your hat and have a good night sleep? Akuna, situated on the Newell Highway, is Dubbo‘s newest Motel, conveniently located to CBD, Zoo, Golf and Airport. Walking distance to clubs and restaurants. Spacious, non-smoking, modern amenities with 4 Star appointments including queensize beds and air conditioning with a saltwater pool. Free AUSTAR movies and sport. Wireless broadband internet access in all rooms. Dubbo is ideally located for holidaymakers stopping enroute to Queensland, Sydney and Melbourne. Dubbe is home to the famous Western Plains Zoo, only a short drive or a leisurely walk from the Motel. We can also provide you with one or two day Zoo packages.
You can be assured of a warm welcome from John and Wendy Booth at the Akuna.

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