This hotel accommodation in Kurri Kurri is the oldest historic building of high quality in the town. Come and experience friendly hospitality and service! The motel offers the perfect, affordable alternative for your next Hunter Valley stay.
There are a number of modern double and family units available, each offering the many comforts of home, including: LCD televisions, tea and coffee making facilities, iron and ironing board, reverse cycle air conditioning, alarm clock and the first $10 of WiFi internet free. Each of the rooms at this motel in Kurri Kurri has been newly renovated, and this is clear in the modern and attractive fittings.
Whilst check in is generally from 2pm and check out is by 10am, the Station Hotel Motel can arrange early check in and late check out if desired. Simply contact the friendly staff to discuss your request.
Attached to this budget motel in Kurri Kurri is the town’s popular Station Hotel, which is open 7 days a week and a great place to socialise or grab a bite to eat. Entertainment is available every day of the week – darts on Mondays, special events on Tuesdays, Grocery Grab on Wednesdays, TAB racing on Thursdays, live music on Fridays, keno on Saturdays, and TAB on Sundays.
The bistro offers delicious meals to suit the whole family – be sure to look out for daily specials if you want to sample some of the very best local produce! Enjoy delicious $10 chicken schnitzels on Wednesdays or tasty $10 pasta on Thursdays. Our a la carte menu is available on Saturdays and Sundays.
In the bar, find all of your favourite beers on tap, as well as your favourite selection of spirits. They also host some of the finest selection of wines from local vineyards, including: Tempus Two, Nightowl, Draytons and Wolf Blass.
When staying at the Station Hotel Motel, we are sure that you will be wondering what sorts of attractions you might enjoy. The good news is that there is something in Kurri Kurri for everyone.
Those who are interested in the history of the area will find plenty to keep them amused, particularly the Sir Edgeworth David Memorial Museum and the Richmond Vale Railway Museum. Other locations of note in the area include: the Maitland Gaol, Australian Museum of Clothing and Textiles, Maitland Regional Art Gallery, Australian Army Infantry Museum, Sacred Spaces (a convent of the Sisters of Mercy) and the Singleton Historical Society and Museum Inc.
Art lovers should definitely wander through Kurri Kurri’s murals, which offer visitors the opportunity to discover the history of the region visually. Guided tours are available everyday of the week and are highly recommended for the historical information and personal stories. Bookings are essential, so ensure that you get in early to get your desired time. Every mural incorporates a kookaburra, which is a symbol of the town, so see if you can spot them!
If your stay coincides with the weekend, you should definitely take the opportunity to explore one of the local markets. The Kurri Kurri Community Market is held on the second Saturday of each month and provides ample opportunity to purchase some delicious local produce (including homemade preserves and natural soaps). In nearby Maitland, their local market is held on the first Sunday of each month (extra markets held October to December).
Those who don’t mind a round or two of golf will enjoy exploring the handful of beautiful courses in the area. The Kurri Kurri Golf Club warmly welcomes visitors, either for a social round or in one of their competitions (held Tuesday to Sunday, with a special ladies clash on Wednesdays). The Maitland Golf Club offers 18 holes and delicious dining a la carte dining facilities, whilst the Singleton Golf Club offers 9 holes and restaurant.
If you are the kind of person who enjoys sampling the culinary delights that a region has to offer, we recommend paying a visit to the Morpeth Brewery and Beer Co in nearby Maitland, which was the first of the River Port Brewing Company’s breweries. If you are more of a wine person, we also recommend checking out Hollydene Estate Wines and Vines Restaurant, Catherine Vale Wines, and Wyndham Estate, all in nearby Singleton.
Love to explore the great outdoors? There is plenty to do in the area surrounding Kurri Kurri! Try your hand at the East Maitland Heritage Walk, the Singleton Heritage Walk or Howes Trail (a massive 30km one way). Lake Sinclair is the perfect destination if you’re interested in swimming, sailing, water skiing and fishing (to name a few of the popular activities). The Bulga Bridge over Wollombi Brook and the Middle Falbrook Bridge over Glennies Creek are also nice spots.