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37 Queen

37 Queen Street, Gloucester, NSW 2422 Australia

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37 Queen Street, Gloucester,
NSW 2422 Australia
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8am - 9pm


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Located in the town centre, this budget motel in Gloucester is the ideal choice for that group or family getaway. At only minutes walk from the main shopping area, cafes, clubs and boutique shopping, you’ll have everything you need to enjoy your stay at your fingertips.


There are 4 large bedrooms at this accommodation in Gloucester for guest convenience – two feature a comfortable queen bed, another features two king single beds, and the last features a set of bunks. There is also a cot and change table available for those travelling with infants and toddlers.

House Features

The house itself is quite spacious. It features two lounge room areas (one with its own fireplace), a dining area (with its own fireplace), a large kitchen with gas cooktop, a generous size bathroom (complete with gorgeous claw foot tub), and a laundry (which also contains an extra toilet).

37 Queen is also air conditioned for your comfort during summer, offers complimentary WiFi and all linen is provided.

Property Features

Outside you will find a large backyard with ample space for the kids to explore (perhaps see a rabbit or two) and a BBQ area with an outdoor setting. Offstreet parking is also available for your convenience.

Staying at the House

When staying at 37 Queen, we hope that you’ll also take some time to explore the surrounding area – Barrington, Stratford, Nabiac, Bretti, Barrington Tops, Belbora, Forbesdale, Coolongolook, Wards River and more.


If you’re planning to visit 37 Queen and Gloucester sometime in the near future, you might be interested in some of the local attractions. This town offers something for everyone, so you will never be bored.


Why not use your trip as an excuse to get back to nature? The amazing natural surrounds of the Gloucester area are home to many walking trails, picnic areas and scenic lookouts. Check out Gloucester Tops National Park, Barrington Tops State Forest, Copeland Tops State Conservation Area, Woko National Park, Billabong Native Garden, Boomerang Discovery Walk, the Babbler Walk, Carsons Lookout, Kia Ora Lookout and the Mograni Lookout.


If you happen to be travelling during winter, you might be surprised to learn that the region also sees snow! Barrington Tops is the highest region in New South Wales (outside of the Australian Alps), so spend the day making snowmen and snow angels or having a snowball fight. The Gloucester Visitor Centre will be able to provide you with a map of the best places to find snow and they can let you know what the road conditions are like at present.


The amazing natural surrounds of Gloucester have made it a popular destination for those interested in more adventurous pursuits. Why not try your hand at abseiling – we recommend The Steps (10 metres) for beginners and BuccansBuccans (22 metres) for those with more experience. Or give the purpose-built The Steps Mountain Bike Park a whirl. The rivers running through the area offer ample opportunities for canoeing, kayaking and even white water rafting.


Would you ever have guessed that Gloucester is also wine country? There are a number of picturesque vineyards scattered throughout the area, many of which are open for tastings and even have restaurants so that you can enjoy a meal. In particular, we recommend: Faulls Ridge Winery, Gap Hill Winery, Gloucester River Winery, Tugwood Winery and Villa d’Esta Winery. Although the region is known for its white wines, red wines are also crafted here.

Art & Culture

From the rich history of the region through to the locals’ many cultural pursuits, there are plenty of ways to immerse yourself in the community. Learn more about the area’s gold rush past by visiting the Gloucester Museum or joining the Copeland Historic Gold Mine and old Mountain Maid Mine tours. Catch an exhibition at the Gloucester Gallery or be entertained at the Gloucester Arts Cultural Council Inc (affectionately known as GACCI).


The region is also host to a variety of events throughout the area that draw in hundreds of tourists and help to bring the community together. Some of our favourites include: Gloucester Farmers Market (at Billabong Park on the second Saturday of every month), Mountain Man Tri Challenge (at Gloucester District Park each September), Gloucester AH and P District Show (held each March), and Wards River Winter Fair Market (at the Community Hall in July).


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