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Ballina Colonial Motel, Ballina

Ballina offers a blend of ‘country hideaway’ and vibrant seaside resort’, where you can surf, fish or enjoy the fabulous scenery and surrounding hinterland and is just a 20 minute scenic drive to Byron Bay.

Single, double, twin and family rooms are offered in this quiet, off-highway, family owned and operated, centrally located motel and winner of the 2005 Ballina Shire Business award for Tourism is within easy reach of the beaches, river, shops and restaurants. All rooms are non-smoking and on the ground floor, with undercover parking in front of your unit. Rooms have reverse cycle air conditioning, fridge, fan, satelite TV, tea/coffee making facilities and toaster. The garden setting for the pool area also has BBQ facilities and both breakfast and home cooked evening meals are available seven days a week.

Accommodation Options

Standard Double

Well appointed double, twin and family rooms, all of which are on the ground floor, with undercover parking in front of the unit.

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Standard Twin



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