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Bert Hinkler Motor Inn, Bundaberg

All accommodation is ground floor, with undercover parking, set in garden surrounds. Rooms are a combination of large studio style and one bedroom suites. All rooms are well appointed. Facilities include a licensed restaurant, bar, conference centre, large pool, spa, sauna, half size tennis court, free cable television in all rooms and direct dial telephones with data points.

Walk to major shopping centres, cinema, fast food outlets and restaurants. Close to the Central Business District, clubs, airport, coral coast, Botanical Gardens, museums, racing and sporting facilities. Tours can also be arranged such as Barrier Reef tours and diving, Bundaberg Rum Distillery, Turtle Nesting, during November through to March and Whale Watching, during August through to November.

Accommodation Options

Standard One Bedroom

Well appointed room with a double and single bed.

Deluxe One Bedroom

Spacious room with queen and single beds and lounges.


Very spacious with queen and single beds and lounges.

Executive One Bedroom

Well appointed with queen and single beds with lounge.


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