They are open 11am daily till late (depending on patronage). Comfortable and affordable accommodation in classic Aussie pub style. Counter lunches available 12noon-2pm, evening meals 6pm-9pm daily (daylight saving time) or 5-8pm during winter period. A varied cuisine is on offer. They have on offer 8 rooms, which can sleep 20 people, with shared bathrooms with recent addition of ceiling fans in rooms. .
The Hotel can also cater for any function, and offer a courtesy bus from home or local accommodation.
Base yourself here and journey through Urbenville’s breathtaking scenic beauty, plus the areas cultural and historical significance. The imposing volcanic plug of Coutts Crown Mountain indicates your arrival into Urbenville and a journey to a truly remarkable experience. This area is a biodiversity hot spot with the National Parks and State Forests surrounding the village rich in flora and fauna.
There is nothing urban about this NSW-Queensland border village perched high on a Richmond Range plateau with views that go on forever, deep in the heart of dairy, beef and logging country.
Ten kilometres off the Mt Lindesay Highway on the link road to the Bruxner Highway, Urbenville is in old gold fields territory about 100km south-east of Warwick.
Across the valley to the west where the gold rush was centred on an area bordering what is now the Tooloom National Park, a cemetery tells a tragic tale of death and disappointment. The gold story is also part of the history recorded in an historic cottage museum in Urbenville.
About 30km or so north-east of Urbenville is the decidedly rugged Mount Barney National Park which, informed literature tells us, “is suitable mainly for the self-reliant and reasonably fit visitor with sound bush skills.’ A significant place for nature conservation, the park attempts to protect many rare and restricted plant species, especially in the high peaks.
Room prices start at $35