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Best Western Sunnybank Star Motel, Brisbane City

Best Western Sunnybank Star Motel and Apartments is an owner-operated establishment, strategically located on the south side of Brisbane approximately 20 minutes from the city centre and both domestic and international airports.

It is within easy reach of both the M1 and M3 freeways plus two of Queensland’s largest shopping centres and only 30 minutes from the Gold Coast theme park attractions, and 45 minutes from Surfers Paradise itself.

Offering 60 rooms, 21 of which are two bedroom self contained apartments, plus a fully licensed restaurant, conference and function centre, catering for up to 400 people, this is a truly unique complex.

Michael’s Oriental has proven to be Brisbane’s most popular restaurant and function centre over the past 13 years.

Accommodation Options

Motel Room

Kitchenette Studio

Executive Spa Suite

Kitchenette Spa Suite

Two Bedroom Self Contained Apartment


Popular Activities

  • Swimming

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