Located in the outer Brisbane suburbs, this budget motel in Hamilton is a family owned business with a team of friendly staff. At only minutes from the CBD, airport, dining, shopping and cinema, everything is at your fingertips. It is also minutes walk from the cruise ship terminal and Translink bus stop.
There are 4 non-smoking accommodation options to choose from, including: single rooms (sleeping 1 person), double rooms (sleeping 2 people), queen plus rooms (sleeping 3 people) and family rooms (sleeping 4 people).
All rooms at the Riverview Motel offer air conditioning, bar refrigerators, direct dial telephones, flat screen televisions, tea and coffee making facilities, opening windows and a wake up call service. A microwave and toaster can also be made available upon request. Cots and baby baths are also available.
This accommodation in Hamilton also offers complementary off street parking, tourist information, barbeque facilities, and a self-service laundry. We understand that many of our guests are also booked onto cruises, which is why we offer luggage storage and complementary car storage (only upon request and if space permits).
To ensure that you have a great start to the day, the Riverview Motel also offers continental breakfasts direct to rooms.
When staying at this accommodation in Hamilton, take the time to explore the surrounding area – Brisbane CBD, Caboolture, Gold Coast, North Stradbroke Island, Moreton Island, Ipswich, North Lakes, and more.
Are you planning to stay at the Riverview Motel sometime in the near future? If so, we are sure that you’re interested in some of the local attractions and things to do. You will be spoiled for choice when staying in Hamilton.
When you have the kids in tow, we understand that keeping them amused for the duration of your stay is likely to be your top priority. Fortunately, Brisbane has plenty of family friendly attractions on offer – Aquativity, Aussie World, Riverside Green Playground, Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, Thunderbird Park, Walkabout Creek Discovery Centre and Parkland Explorer. You could also head to Suttons Beach, which is popular with young families.
Immerse yourself in the distinctive history and culture of Brisbane. Wander one of the galleries (such as Art Clique Studio and Art Gallery or Artisan Gallery), visit one of the many museums (such as the Abbey Museum of Art and Archaeology or Brisbane Tramway Musuem), learn more about Indigenous culture (such as the Aboriginal Art Trail or Dreamtime Kullilla Art) and check out the performing arts scene (such as Brisbane Arts Theatre or Grey Street, Southbank).
Just because you’re a stones throw from the CBD doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy Queesland’s more natural surrounds. Locally, check out Banks Street Reserve, Bartons Rose Farm, Berrinba Wetlands and Brisbane Botanic Gardens. Head further afield to visit Bellthorpe National Park, Benarkin State Forest Park, Blue Lake National Park and Bribie Island Recreation Area. Other attractions include the various dive sites, Australia Zoo and swimming with dolphins.
Not only are you close to the mighty Brisbane River, you’re close to the beautiful coast – which means there are plenty of water activities to enjoy! Join a fishing charter and try to catch some dinner, learn how to surf from some pros who’ve been doing it all their lives, try your hand at scuba diving or snorkeling along the reef, give kayaking a go, or see the region in style by booking a tour on a sail boat or a yacht – the options are endless, and you don’t have to get wet!
The fun doesn’t have to end when the sun goes down – Brisbane’s nightlife has to be seen to be believed. Why not visit a local brewery, like Green Bacon Brewing in Newstead or Scenic Rim Brewery in Mount Alford? Enjoy a delicious mojito or two at one of the local cocktail bars, like Eleven Rooftop or Elixir. Or savor a delicious local wine at one of the local wine bars, like Felix Espresso and Wine Bar or La Lune Wine Co. There are also plenty of nightclubs to explore.
As the capital city of Queensland, rest assured that Brisbane is home to myriad events throughout the year. Popular ones include the Quandamooka Festival, BIGSOUND Festival, Brisbane Festival, Oktoberfest, Island Vibe Festival, Valley Fiesta, Woodford Folk Festival, Kilcoy BBQ and Beer Festival, KFC Big Bash League, Red Hot Summer Tour and the Anywhere Theatre Festival, plus various markets held most weekends of the year.