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Queen of the Murchison Hotel, Cue

The historic Queen of the Murchison Hotel is waiting to accommodate you. When you are travelling along the Great Northern Highway relax and spend a day or two in the historic gold mining town of Cue.

Offering old fashioned service in a relaxed family atmosphere “this pub with no beer” will make your stay special.

Affordable quality with off street parking and excellent meals.

Cue is 440 kilometres east of Geraldton and 650 kilometres from Perth in the Mid West Region of Western Australia. Half way Meekatharra and Mount Magnet.

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This room contains one queen size bed and one king single and can accommodate three people.


This room contains one queen size bed and can accommodate two people.


This room contains one queen size bed, one set of bunk beds and one single king size bed.


This room has a king single bed and accommodates one person.

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