Meals available upon request. Hotel does have 4 rooms. 1 x dble, 3 x twins. Cost $35 per person
Receive lashings of country hospitality at the Tabulam Hotel. The birthplace of Lieutenant General Sir Henry Chauvel of the famous Light Horse Brigade and designated as a town in 1885, Tabulam is the only other ‘town’ on the Clarence River besides the city of Grafton.
Tabulam Hotel is a great base camp from which to launch an expedition of discovery into some of the most interesting secrets this country offers. Cross the longest single span wooden bridge in the Southern Hemisphere, journey past the World War II Tanks Traps, part of the infamous ‘Brisbane Line’, through pockets of rainforest and onto some of the most scenic country around.Tabulam is a quaint village of 150 people located in a rather beautiful setting on the Bruxner Highway between Tenterfield (73 kilometres) and Casino (58 kilometres).
$35 per person per room