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Comfort Inn Rockhampton, Rockhampton

Comfort Inn Rockhampton is a comfortable 44 room, three and a half star motel located on the Bruce Highway in central Rockhampton, the capital of central Queensland’s Capricorn region and Beef Capital of Australia. The motel is within ten minutes walking distance of Rockhampton’s Central Business District, the Pilbeam Theatre (major focus of Performing Arts), the art gallery and the architectural splendour of the many buildings listed by the National Trust and the Australian Heritage Commission.

Alberts licensed restaurant offers you a choice of steaks from the Beef Capital of Australia. The motel also has a bar, swimming pool, barbecue facilities, under cover parking, guest laundry, conference rooms catering from five to seventy, and room service.

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