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Cara Motel, Maryborough

The Cara Motel is positioned opposite the Base Hospital on Walker Street Maryborough. They are close to the Brolga Theatre, conference centre, shops and sporting grounds. The showgrounds are two kilometres away and the Motel is approximately five minutes drive to the airport and Maryborough town centre. Public transport is available directly opposite and they offer courtesy pick up if travelling on the Tilt Train or bus.

The Cara Motel offers 12 quiet, comfortable, spacious ground level units and one luxury suite with spa bath. The room adjoining the family unit will sleep six. All rooms are non-smoking. Two rooms have wheelchair access. All rooms have microwave, refrigerator, tea and coffee making facilities, dial phone, modem point, free Austar television, air conditioning, heating and ceiling fans.

The Motel also has laundry facilities and their salt water swimming pool is solar heated for your enjoyment.

Breakfast and evening meals are available seven days to be delivered to your unit. Facsimile and photocopying facilities are available at the office.

Tour bookings are available for Maryborough and Hervey Bay at reception.

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Standard Room

Family Room

Cara Mia (Spa Room)


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