Located at the top of the Great Dividing Range, this motel offers a range of affordable accommodation options to suit the needs of every traveler. If there is anything at all that you need to make your stay more comfortable, the team encourages you to contact reception.
There are 21 units available, including: double value, twin share, standard queen and family. The latter can accommodate up to 5 guests. The Coachman Motel has also recently added a long-term accommodation option with a fully furnished 2 bedrooms apartment (weekly rates are available). The motel wishes to note that all rooms non-smoking and air conditioned.
All of the rooms feature flat screen televisions with in-built DVD player, microwaves, tea and coffee making facilities, toasters and well-appointed ensuite bathrooms. The motel also offers a luggage service for guests who might need a little help taking bags to their room.
Walk to the famous Weis Restaurant.
Some of the facilities offered by the Coachman Motel include: an hour of free WiFi per day for all rooms (excluding value rooms), guest laundry, a fantastic DVD library, photocopying/printing and faxing (available upon request), coach/trailer parking, and room service breakfasts are also available.
A covered BBQ area overlooks the beautiful inground swimming pool (please note that the pool is only open between 8:30am and 7:30pm). The grounds are also a gorgeous spot to enjoy a picnic or some private reading time.
The motel’s location is incredibly quiet whilst also placing you within easy distance of the Toowoomba city centre, local schools, St Vincent’s Hospital and the Range Shopping Centre.
When staying at the Coachman Motel, you will also be within relatively close proximity of the surrounding towns, including: Oakey, Dalby, Millmerran, Warwick, Nanango and Ipswich.
When staying at the Coachman Motel, you will be pleased to learn that you will be within close proximity of all the attractions that Toowoomba has to offer. There is something for everyone, young or old!
Many people coming to the Toowoomba area are interested in visiting the stunning gardens that the city is known for. Some of the more notable parks include: the Japanese Gardens, Laurel Bank Park, Lake Annand Park, Newtown Park Rose Garden, Picnic Point Lookout, Queens Park and the Spring Bluff Garden. Whether you’re interested in that perfect picnic spot, having a relaxing wander or you’re looking for inspiration, any of these spots is ideal.
A number of festivals and other events are held in Toowoomba throughout the year; if you happen to be in town whilst one of them is on, we definitely recommend checking it out. Some of the more popular events include: Easterfest, Hampton Festival, Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers, Christmas Wonderland, Ergon Energy Flower Food & Wine Festival, Millmerran (or the Australian Camp Oven Festival) and the local Agricultural Show.
If you’re the kind of person who finds the history of our great land fascinating, you will enjoy holidaying in Toowoomba. Pay a visit to the Cobb+Co Museum, Milne Bay Military Museum, Museum of the Australian Army Flying, and the Pioneer Village (which is actually two smaller museums). As you can see, our military history is rife through the Toowoomba region, so it’s the perfect place to come if you’re interested in learning a little more about our armed forces.
There is also quite an artistic streak throughout the city with the Tosari and Regional Art Galleries open to the public most days. Both galleries have a particular focus on the works of local and national artists, particularly those of an Aboriginal descent. If you’re searching for the perfect piece of art, whether for your own home or as a gift, we’re sure you’ll find it here. You might also be lucky enough to meet some of the artists whose work is currently on display.
Those who love getting outside, just to get a breath of fresh air or to explore the region a little deeper, will love Toowoomba. The city is surrounded by national parks, including: the Ravensborne National Park (just under an hour’s drive), Crows Nest National Park (about an hour’s drive), and Lockyer National Park (about an hour’s drive). There are plenty of outdoors activities available in the parks, from hiking and picnicking to 4WD-ing and kayaking.
If you’re travelling with the kids, you might also be pleased to note that there are plenty of family friendly activities for you all to enjoy. These include: the Darling Down Zoo (which is privately owned and has it’s animals split into continental sections), Serendipity Farm (which operates an animal rescue centre as well as a sweet children’s farm), Jondaryan Woolshed (which is a working woolshed that offers daily tours), and the delicious Chocolate Cottage.
128km W. Brisbane