Located 15km north of Bundaberg and only 200m from the most beautiful beach in the area, this budget motel in Moore Park Beach is the perfect place for a getaway. The region is known for its peace and quiet, so you’re sure to relax!
The motel is close to many of the town’s most popular amenities, including: parks and playgrounds, duck pond, bike tracks, lagoon walk, bowls and sports club, community hall, sporting fields, tennis court and skate bowl.
There are 7 ground floor units available, including: double rooms (sleeping a maximum of 2), standard rooms (sleeping a maximum of 3) and family rooms (sleeping a maximum of 4). All rooms feature comfortable queen sized beds, two door fridge/freezer, LCD television, tea and coffee making facilities, reverse cycle air conditioning, ceiling fans, clock radios and microwaves.
An iron and ironing board, hairdryer, crockery and cutlery, DVD player, and cot can be made available in rooms upon request.
The Moore Park Beach Motel also welcomes pets. They are to be kept off the beds and out of the pool, and guests are also asked to keep them on a lead when out of the room. Guests are also responsible for any messes made in and around the motel. Please let the motel know that your four-legged friend will also be joining you upon booking.
Cooked breakfasts can also be delivered direct to your room, ensuring that you start the day on a full stomach. The breakfast menu is updated regularly according to season and availability.
The motel also offers a BBQ area with utensils (great for frying up a steak or even a fish if you’ve been lucky out on the water) and an inground saltwater pool with spa for guests to enjoy.
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When staying at this accommodation in Moore Park Beach, be sure to spend some time visiting towns in the surrounding area. These include: Bundaberg, Gin Gin, Miriam Vale, Childers, Hervey Bay and Burrum Heads.
If you are planning to stay at the Moore Park Beach Motel in the near future, we’re sure that you’re also interested in the many attractions that the region has to offer. We’ve outlined just some of the more popular ones here.
Moore Park Beach, only 200m from the motel, is renowned as the best beach in the Bundaberg region. It is perfect for swimming, surfing, sail boarding, fishing and even walking. It’s also a nesting site for green, flatback and loggerhead turtles! Other water-based attractions to enjoy include: the Great Barrier Reef (trips to Lady Musgrave Island are available and Lady Elliot Island is only a 25 minute flight from Bundaberg) and Burnett River Cruises (a trip around Bustard Bay aboard the LARK from Town of 1770 is not to be missed).
Those who are interested in learning about the history of the region should head to the Bundaberg Railway Museum (built in 1881), Fairymead House and Sugar History Museum (built in 1890), Hinkler Hall of Aviation, RM Williams Australian Bush Learning Centre, Apple Tree Creek War Memorial, and the Bundaberg War Memorial. Some of the other cultural sites that are worth a visit include: the Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery and Childer’s Art Space.
If you happen to be in town whilst the Moore Park Beach Festival of Arts is being held, we definitely recommend that you check it out. It is held across three days in either August or September each year and is one of the biggest events on the spring calendar. Some of the activities found on the program include: tai chi, belly dancers, food stalls, live music, car clubs, giant kites, rock wall, plenty of kids activities, and fireworks. The Childers Festival (held each year in July) and Bundy Crush Festival (held in October) are also worth a visit.
Those who prefer to get outside and explore their natural surroundings will enjoy the Auburn River National Park, Burrum Coast National Park, Cania Gorge National Park, Coongarra Rock, Joseph Banks Conservation Park, Mon Repos National Park, Bundaberg Botanic Gardens, Coonarr, Kinkuna Section, Mount Walsh National Park, Mouth of Baffle Creek Conservation Park, Lake Wuruma, Deepwater National Park, Eurimbula National Park, Lake Monduran, and Baldwin Swamp (to name a few).
You cannot visit the region without sampling some of the delicious local produce for yourself. Whilst travelling around the area, take the opportunity to stop at any of the roadside stalls selling fresh local produce: avocados, macadamia nuts, pineapples, tomatoes, finger limes, ginger, herbs and many different types of fruits and vegetables. If you’re a fan of Bundaberg Rum, the Bundaberg Distilling Company Bondstore is going to be a must-visit location. Near the distillery, why not visit The Barrel, home of the world’s finest ginger beer? We also highly recommend SSS Strawberries, Childers Wine Trail, Ohana Winery and Exotic Fruits, Amandine Lavender, Gayndah’s Big Orange, RiverFeast, and Mammimo Ice Creams.
If you have children, you’ll be pleased to learn that there are plenty of family friendly activities and attractions to enjoy. Some of our favourites include: Alexandra Park (which also has a playground and zoo), Bargara Turtle Park and Playground, the Snakes Downunder Reptile Park and Zoo, Bundy Bowl and Leisure, and the Flying High Bird Sanctuary. Steam train rides are available in the Botanical Gardens. There are also plenty of local parks for the kids to tire themselves out on and beaches for them to play in the sand.