Exchange Hotel

A real Australian Country Pub. Historically significant The Exchange Hotel has maintained the 1928 Guest House styling with modern comforts, consisting of six single, three twins (2 single beds) and three doubles (1 double bed only), shared bathroom facilities and a guest lounge area, accommodating a maximum of 18 guests. Due to bedding configuration in rooms, families with small children may not be able to be accommodated, but contact them direct to check your individual family requirements. An adult with child would be fine in a twin room, but they do not have on offer cots, fold up beds or extra mattresses on floors etc and do not have adjoining rooms.

The Exchange Hotel also offers guests large off-street parking with secure parking for motor bikes.

NOTE 11/10/21
Well Kyogle and travellers, Monday 11/10/21 and we are reopening our kitchen for dine in…
Must be double vaccinated with proof, this is a NSW HEALTH ORDER and NOT at all something we have a decision in..
Strict social distancing still required, Masks on (unless eating or drinking), QR code in..(and proof of vax.)
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“The Girl’s Kitchen” produces the best pub grub on the Northern Rivers. Renowned for superb steaks from local stock and garnished with other regional goodies. An extensive menu will delight your taste buds set in the quaint Australian Country Pub Setting. A truly memorable dining experience.

Breakfast is available on request, if ordered the night before.
Lunch is available from Monday to Saturday from 11.30 to 2.00pm.
Dinner is available on Friday and Saturday nights from 5.30pm-till around 8pm

Price Range

$50 single to $70 double/twin

Commercial Hotel – Kyogle

The Commercial Hotel has comfortable accommodation, with the upstairs accommodation having undergone a complete refurbishment offering visitors a range of suites from luxury ensuited to budget accommodation. Their family restaurant “Bistro”, with a childrens crazy Maze area, opens for lunch (Tues-Sun)11.30am – 2:00pm, and dinner (Monday-Saturday) 5.30pm – 8:00pm and is an ideal venue for functions (up to 130 guests.) NOTE## 11/10/21 Patrons must abide by current NSW Public Health regulations to  QR code in, and show proof of Vax before being allowed to enter the hotel. This may change around Dec 1st,21.

There is lockable accommodation for motorcycles under the pub. The public bar at the front of the Hotel is air conditioned and is where you will find full TAB facilities including online, pool table and a fully complemented modern bar and recently added a couple of bowlo alleys.

It’s the perfect place to meet up with friends or watch world sporting events on the large screen TV’s with state of the art sound system. Free Wi-fi available throughout the Hotel.

Located on the Summerland Way, (main street-middle of shopping centre) Kyogle, close to the Border Ranges World Heritage National Park, Richmond Range National Park, Toonumbar Dam, the historic Border Loop railway site, scenic Lions Tourist Road and Kyogle’s many sporting and recreational facilities.

Price Range

Ensuited room $85pcpn; Hotel style room/with shared bathroom $45 single ($40pppn if 2 or more in room) or $55 double $125 family

Dog N Bull Hotel – Bonalbo

The Dog n’ Bull Hotel guarantees great modern accommodation with 4 motel style rooms. Guests can choose from a variety of rooms including Double, Single and Twin and Triple which are fully serviced everyday. Guest rooms include: private en-suite, air-conditioning, small bar fridge, tea and coffee making facilities, toaster and a television (breakfast included in tariff). The Hotel is open 7 days per week,   11.00 am-12 midnight (depending on patronage), except Sunday 11.00 am-10.00 pm and The Blue Wren Bistro offers modern Australian fusion cuisine in a very relaxed and informal atmosphere.

 

Price Range

Please contact Hotel directly for room rates

Woodenbong Hotel

Very comfortable and very affordable accommodation awaits the weary traveller. They have 14 rooms, from twin rooms, doubles, and 2 family rooms, all which share bathroom facilities in the Hotel, plus there are 3 rooms with ensuites (extra cost). There is a communal lounge/TV area/dining area (with self help tea/coffee facilities.) There is an outdoor covered area with access to a BBQ. Evening meals available from 6pm-8pm and counter lunches are available from 12noon -2pm. The Hotel is open 7 days a weeks, opening at 11am- closing varies depending on patronage.

Woodenbong is largely a timber and cattle town situated on the Queensland New South Wales border with a population of around 600 people. Some of the most spectacular volcanic plugs and rocky outcrops including Mt Lindesay will welcome your arrival. Woodenbong is rolling hills, forest and scenic beauty. Woodenbong is community, lifestyle and friendship.

At one time an Aboriginal settlement was located here. Poet Roland Robinson, with permission from the Gidabal clan of the Bunjalung people, gathered their folklore and translated some into English verse.

THINGS TO SEE AROUND WOODENBONG.

There is a picnic-barbecue area on the banks of Tooloom Creek.

Beaury Forest Loop Rd
To access the Beaury Forest Loop Rd head north-west out of town along the road to Warwick and turn left after 6 km into the unsealed road which leads through dry and moist hardwood forest and grazing lands. After 13 km turn left on to the sealed road to Urbenville.

North Yabbra Forest Loop Road
There is another forestry road which leads to Urbenville from the eastern side of town. Head south-east (the road is unsealed after 2 km) through rainforest and moist and dry hardwood forest, past another of the area’s volcanic plugs, known as Edinborough Castle. About 17 km from Woodenbong turn right back on to the sealed road which leads to Urbenville. This road takes you through Yabbra Flora Reserve where there is a picnic area and walking track.

Mt Lindesay
About 10 km north-east of Woodenbong, along the Mt Lindesay Rd to Beaudesert, is Mt Lindesay. A remarkable mountain it belongs to the McPherson Range which is part of the state border. This is a popular spot with those keen on an arduous mountain trek. The last section is definitely for abseilers only.

Woodenbong has a golf club, swimming pool, tennis, scenic drives and many more leisure and recreational activities. Experience a bit of real fair dinkum Australian country hospitality.

Price Range

Single $40;Dble $60; family $80: ensuited an extra $15

Tabulam Hotel

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).

Price Range

$35 per person per room

Mallanganee Hotel

The Mallanganee Hotel opens daily at 11am and closing times vary depending on patronage. The Hotel has accommodation comprising 4 motel-style rooms for your overnight stay in the area. The modern hotel replaces the original wooden hotel that was unfortunately destroyed by fire some years ago. Motorhomes welcome as there are camping facilities available behind the hotel. Powered or unpowered sites available. Meals available 7 days a week, either take-away or dine-in.
Most popular beers are on tap and bistro style meals and freshly made pizzas are available.

The hotel provides accommodation in 4 motel-style rooms per night. Continental breakfast can be provided.

Situated 40 kms West of Casino, just off the Bruxner Highway, Mallanganee is one of the Kyogle Shire’s rainforest gateways. Today, the village is a peaceful haven, well away from crowds and traffic. The village name itself is aboriginal, meaning “Place of Tall Pines”. One and a half hour’s drive from Ballina and one hour from Lismore, the village is set just below the Richmond Range.

Price Range

$50 per room per night. ( 2 persons)

Kyogle Motel

The Motel is located at the southern end of town  and within walking distance to town (approx 1km). Avoid the bustle of bigger regions and stay awhile and  see the beauty on offer around Kyogle,  and enjoy one of the many day drives.

Nine units sleeping up to four persons in each unit. Off road units with Queen size beds, air-conditioned and Austar. Breakfast and evening meals are available. They also have a self/contained unit which sleeps max 6 people, available upon request. Price range for unit is $110-$220.

Price Range

Units – $70-$125; s/c unit $110-$220

Kyogle Country Inn

All suites are tastefully set out and enjoy a picturesque outlook. All suites have internet access and are air-conditioned, super comfy bed’s. Spoil yourself with the spa room package, including a continental breakfast. 1 x Disabled suite available. They also have on offer family rooms, twin share and upgrades so tariffs vary. Located at the southern end of town, the motel is within walking distance to the CBD and most of Kyogle’s sporting and recreational facilities.

Reception open 7.30am-9.30pm daily. The inn offers continental or cooked breakfasts and has a full menu on offer from garlic bread to steak, lasagna etc. for dinner.

Price Range

Tariffs start at $110 x single; $120 double, extra person fee $20. Variety of rooms. Spa additional $30

Crown Hotel

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.

Price Range

Room prices start at $35

Crown Hotel, Urbenville

The local watering hole and meeting place. Comfortable and affordable accommodation in classic Aussie pub style. Meals available. Base yourself here and journey through Urbenville’s breathtaking scenic beauty, plus the areas cultural and historical significance.

Open 7 days a week,  their friendly staff can assist you with any enquiry, including being able to hold a function.