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Ballina Island Motor Inn, Ballina

The Ballina Island Motor Inn is perfectly positioned near the river, within 2km of surf beaches, golf courses, and scenic coastal and hinterland drives, and features comfortable accommodation for both commercial travellers and tourists.

The Garden Restaurant boasts unique fresh local produce including seafood, beef, macadamias, organic vegetables, herbs, and local native bush foods, exotic spices and berries from the rainforest.

Our helpful staff will be delighted to give you all the information you require to enjoy the unique charm that surrounds the far North Coast and Northern Rivers areas of NSW.

Accommodation Options

Deluxe Room

Beautiful appointed room with Queen size bed. Most have an additional convertible sofa bed useful for children. Each room has an ensuite with bath/shower, reverse cycle remote control air conditioning, satelite TV, tea and coffee making facilities, full mini bar, iron and ironing board, and a hairdryer.


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