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Fully equipped Motel suits Hi there, We are proud in providing comfortable country style living in the Outback of NSW. The Alamo is 50 meters from the Bogan river. We are located on the main highway but still quiet enough. As a guest you have multiple choices available to suit your needs and taste - from budget room to an executive suite - you just pay accordingly. Breakfast and meals are provided at extra cost. We thank you in advance for giving us an opportunity to be your host.
Comfortable country living in the Outback NSW 50 meters from the Bogan river and 500 meters from the center of town Fully equipped and self contained motel rooms.
We have traveled from Sydney to Western Australia. Without disrespecting many other wonderful small townships, Nyngan is one of the best town we have come across. No wonder we are proud to call Nyngan - our home.
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16


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Nyngan, Новый Южный Уэльс, Австралия

Faraway River Guesthouse is located on the banks of the Macquarie River only 45 minutes from Dubbo and Taronga Western Plains Zoo. The space is private and light filled, overlooking the river and the majestic gums that line the banks for miles. Peaceful walks along the river up to 'Faraway Beach' where you can swim, fish or just while the day away with a good book. This is Western River country, no rolling hills out here, just gum trees, birds galore, farming land and country people.
The Faraway River Guesthouse is part of a converted shed fully decked out with all the creature comforts. Open plan w one Queen bed, a single bed and a comfy pull out trundle the accommodation will sleep four and if needed we can provide an extra mattress on the floor. A kitchenette with small oven/grill, microwave, kettle, toaster, fridge and bbq with crockery etc. The lounge area has a tv and a huge comfortable lounge with armchair. There is a lovely writing/reading desk and of course the space is equipped with reverse cycle air conditioning. The bathroom is bright and airy with a shower and bath. While you have your own furnished deck overlooking the river, you are welcome to use one of three further areas for relaxing (two with fires). Enquire about our “Faraway River Grazing Platters” (with a bottle of wine) and our “Faraway River Camp Fires” (with marshmallows ready to toast !!). * Please Note : Although the calendar is blocked out for Tuesday and Wednesday nights please contact us for weekly bookings.
Surrounded by river country, Faraway River Guesthouse is close enough to fabulous eateries (The Studio in Trangie, Soul Food Design Depot in Narromine, Press in Dubbo - they're our faves) and some superb shopping (hard to believe right !). Country Traders Home & Life in Narromine, Ollie & I in Narromine, The Studio in Trangie, The Beauty Room (don't let the name fool you - they've got a magnificent range of clothes and homewares) in Warren. We are also 20 minutes from the magnificent 'Windows to the Wetlands' centre in Warren where you'll learn all about the Heritage listed Macquarie Marshes Wetlands. We can arrange farm tours - cropping, livestock, irrigation, poultry..... at certain times of the year you can help irrigate, visit a shearing shed in full swing, visit a Cotton Gin and watch the process of ginning the cotton. Narromine has the interactive and recently remodelled Aviation Museum.... so much history. All of these great outings are within 30 minutes of Faraway River. Don't want to stay in Dubbo ? Want a feel for the real country life..... head out to Faraway River and experience the western plains only 45 minutes from Dubbo. * Please Note : Although the calendar is blocked out for Tuesday and Wednesday nights please contact us for weekly bookings.
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4


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Gin Gin, Новый Южный Уэльс, Австралия

"Paradise by the River" this palatial 3 bedroom country retreat with separate 4th room/bar room offers days of lazing around the inground pool, relaxing by the bar or dining by either verandas overlooking grazing paddocks on the stunning Macquarie River. Stroll down to the river front and throw a line. Local birdlife, kangaroos and livestock at foot. 30 mins drive to Taronga Western Plains Zoo and only 5 minutes to Narromine home of the cricketing great Glenn McGrath and rich aviation history.
Wide open spaces is what its all about. Peace and quiet by the river and admiring uninterupted views. The house has three rooms sleeping 5 guests with a separate bar room with adjoining shower and toilet for 2 guests on a double pull out sofa.
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Возможное количество гостей

7


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4

Narromine, Новый Южный Уэльс, Австралия

Дом целиком5 кроватей
Paradise by the river
Цена:$101/ночь
29 отзывов
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DAPPO Cottage - Convenient, Country Cottage, Rural Outlook. If you are looking for budget accommodation in a quiet location then this retro three-bedroom house is designed for you. We offer good discounts: the longer you stay the higher the discount. Please ask. (30% discount for stays of 4 weeks)
The space This delightful three-bedroom cottage, located in a tree-lined street within a short distance of restaurants, cafes, shops, parks, hotels & clubs, hospital, is the perfect place to stay while visiting and exploring the beautiful Narromine/Dubbo region. Self-contained cottage of three bedrooms, modern kitchen & living area, bathroom, separate toilet, laundry & enclosed back yard. The living area has a split system air conditioner and functional kitchen. Enjoy breakfast or relax and unwind looking at the rural view through the front windows, or in the private back garden. Bathroom has a separate shower and a large bathtub for soaking after a busy day. Toilet is also in separate room. Three bedrooms, two bedrooms with queen-sized beds, with built-in wardrobes. Third bedroom has a king-single bed & Sofa lounge which can also convert into a bed.
Narromine, situated on the tranquil Macquarie River just a short thirty minute drive west of Dubbo, is the perfect spot to stop and enjoy the delights of country NSW. While our friendly locals and rich culture make us renowned, the area is most famous for its aeronautical history. A “must see” on any itinerary is the Narromine Aviation Museum which houses Australia’s only replica of a Wright Model A Flyer. Explore the extensive collection of artifacts, documents and photos that tell the story of aviation and the host of famous aviators who made regular visits to Narromine during the 1920s and 30s. A hub for nature lovers, with wetlands, lakes and wildlife in abundance, Narromine is home to beautiful gardens and reserves. You will find everything from authentic country pubs and modern clubs to galleries, museums, Aboriginal Keeping Place, an iris farm and sunny golf course. And the fishing is not too bad either! Famous for its sporting heroes, Narromine pays tribute to former local and International cricket star, Glenn McGrath – with a life-size statue of the fast bowler in the town centre. Make Narromine your home base, centrally located, it’s ideal for day trips to many attractions including Taronga Western Plains Zoo, Old Dubbo Goal, Peak Hill Gold Mine, Parkes Radio Telescope, Macquarie Marshes, and the Warrumbungle National Park. For those travelling the Newell Highway from Parkes to Gilgandra, Narromine offers an alternate loop – just turn off at Tomingley and take time to explore! Additional visitor information is available at www.narromineregion.com.au. Narromine is located near the Macquarie River at the eastern edge of the vast western plains of NSW. It is 39 km west of Dubbo and 458 km north-west of Sydney, at the junction of the Mitchell and Newell Highways, 235 metres above sea-level. Wheat, citrus, fruit, vegetables, fat lambs, wool and especially cotton are the economic focus of the shire.
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5


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3

Narromine, Новый Южный Уэльс, Австралия

Eighty-Six (86 Dandaloo Street, Narromine, NSW) is situated smack bang in the CBD of Narromine. You will see the fabulous red doors and black and white striped awning as soon as you drive into this wonderful town.
This premium ex-bank building featuring workmanship of yesteryear was built in 1934. Eight-Six is located in an outstanding location with exceptional street frontage and boasts unique character and an abundance of rustic charm. It is within​ walking distance to an array of fantastic restaurants, clubs, hotels, pubs, parks and best of all, it is right next door to our local supermarket and liquor store! Guests, you will have exclusive use of the guest house and the fabulous large courtyard, covering all your entertainment and comfort needs. Eighty-Six is the perfect place to stay whilst visiting and exploring all that the Narromine and Dubbo region has​ to offer. Alternatively, if you wish to have the perfect location for the perfect function, this beautiful building is ideal for a family/couples’ retreat, girls’ weekend away, or as a wedding or corporate function space with its extensive indoor and outdoor entertainment areas. Eighty-Six offers two generous levels with an impressive double door entrance to the ground floor and side gate entrance to the courtyard. It has truly become a traveler’s​ destination in its own right. Access to Eighty-Six is via keyless entry. You will have complete and private access to this lovely self-contained accommodation. Please note that regarding bedding arrangements, luxury bedding is included for up to 8 guests, however, an extra guest is welcome. If they provide their own bedding they may stay at no extra charge! Features of Eighty-Six: • Unlimited Wi-Fi available at no extra charge • Entire place to yourselves • Remote access to the accommodation • Versatile function spaces available (at an extra charge) • Ceiling fans feature throughout in addition to reverse cycle air-conditioning in lounge dining area Ground floor: • An inviting dining space, entertainment or function room catering for 20 guests • Theatre room- large smart TV plus two big comfy couches that seat 7 guests • 1 library - two large comfy couches and two single chairs that seat 9 guests • 1 toilet • Kitchenette with pod coffee machine, fridge and kettle Second level: • 4 bedrooms including luxury bedding, linen, soaps and other comfort items • Ceiling fan • Electric blanket • Smart TV’s in each room • 1 bathroom • 2 toilets • Sunroom with seating for 6 and a sun lounge • The 3 bedroom (King) has walkout access to the balcony where you can enjoy a lovely moment soaking up the morning sun with a coffee and people watching in the heart of Narromine. The kitchen is stocked with the basic essentials plus a pod coffee machine, dishwasher, microwave, kettle, toaster and a sandwich press (who doesn’t love a toastie?!) Courtyard: • Relaxing leafy and well-shaded outdoor space with 6 tables and seating for 30 guests Additional information regarding functions: Eighty-Six has a range of options for businesses or those travelling for leisure and can offer a solution to suit specific needs and budgets, from a single room for a half day to a longer function with catering options from our local directory, with or without accommodation. Please contact us for further information. Prepare to let yourself feel completely relaxed, pampered and taken care of as you are welcomed to Eighty-Six! NB: There is a minimum stay of two nights at the Eighty-Six.
Eighty-Six is located in Narromine, a town located about 40 kilometers​ (25 minutes) west of Dubbo in the Orana region of New South Wales, Australia. It is the centre of Narromine Shire. At the 2016 census, Narromine had a population of 3,528. Narromine is an important rural service that produces wheat, fruit (especially citrus), vegetables, wool, cotton and healthy lambs. Narromine promotes itself as the 'Town of Champions' because of the large number of international sports stars who have grown up there including sprinter Melinda Gainsford-Taylor, cricketer Glenn McGrath and footballer David Gillespie. The name Narromine was borrowed from a Wiradjuri word that translates to, 'place of many lizards' or 'place of honey'. The word 'Narromine' was the name of a local property. Things to see and do in Narromine: • Narromine Museum • Glenn McGrath Statue • Parks and the Macquarie River • Narromine Wetlands • Narromine's historic pubs (such as the Royal Hotel) • Narromine Aviation Museum Tourist Information: Narromine Visitors Information Centre 37 Burroway Street, Narromine NSW
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Таунхаус


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8


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4

Narromine, Новый Южный Уэльс, Австралия

A delightfully restored colonial hotel converted into a boutique accommodation & Function centre with fully licensed bars & live entertainment, this venue has so much to offer everyone. A real Lively Atmosphere The Imperial Stay has a great variety of food with a café and Pizza Bar restaurant. (Eat-in or Take Away) The Imperial Stay can cater for all types of function including corporate conferences, meeting rooms, birthdays, weddings, school reunions and much more. No function to small or to big. The Imperial is located at the crossroads of this thriving rural town where international pilots come to soar the skies in gliders above the western plains. Narromine aviation is steeped in history being the oldest inland aerodrome in New South Wales. Only a small number of rooms have ensuites with a number of other rooms having shared amenities of high quality. Utilities the various areas of the Imperial Stay with Top Balcony views and rear garden areas to relax in. Food available all day and late evenings along with fully licensed Bars. The Imperial Stay has a warm & friendly staff and atmosphere. The Management and Staff will look after you, making you feel welcomed and well looked after. Small community with easy access everywhere Gliding, golf, history walks, peaceful surroundings
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Отдельная комната


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B&B


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2


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1

Narromine, Новый Южный Уэльс, Австралия

A charming house that is over 100 years old, this property just feels like home the minute you step foot through the front gate. Located in a beautiful, tree-lined street within the heart of town. Walking distance of restaurants, cafes, shops, parks and hotels, this is the perfect place to stay while visiting and exploring all that the Narromine and Dubbo region have to offer.
Offering 2 queen bedrooms and a kid's room, an updated bathroom, a cosy lounge and an open plan kitchen and dining both with fireplaces. An outdoor entertaining area surrounded by established trees and gardens with a north facing, warm veranda.
Narromine is located near the Macquarie River at the eastern edge of the vast western plains of NSW. It is 39 km west of Dubbo and 458 km north-west of Sydney, at the junction of the Mitchell and Newell Highways, 235 metres above sea-level. The current population is 3500. The Narromine silo, owned by the New South Wales Grain Corporation, dominates the town. Wheat, citrus, fruit, vegetables, fat lambs, wool and especially cotton are the economic focus of the shire. Narromine promotes itself as the 'Town of Champions' due to the fact that a number of well-known sportspersons were born here, including sprinter Melinda Gainsford-Taylor, cricketer Glenn McGrath and footballer David Gillespie. The area was occupied by tribes of the Wiradjuri people prior to white settlement. John Oxley passed through the district in 1818 during his exploration of the Macquarie River. Squatters entered the area in the 1830s and settled along the river. 'Narramine' station was taken up in 1835. For many years it was held by William Charles Wentworth, who was one of the first party of Europeans to cross the Blue Mountains in 1813. It was named after a Wiradjuri word said to mean, 'place of many lizards' or 'place of honey'. The latter may be a reference to the fact that the local Aborigines were particularly adept at tracking native bees to their nests by catching them, sticking a portion of down to their backs and releasing them. Thomas Mitchell marvelled both at their ingenuity in this respect and at the seemingly endless supplies of honey available, which they frequently supplied to his party. These bees apparently had no sting and were rendered extinct either by competition or interbreeding with introduced species. A coach containing the commissioner for crown lands, John Grenfell (after whom the town of Grenfell was named), was held up by bushrangers in 1866. When he refused to bail up and drew his pistol, shots were exchanged and the bushrangers fled unrewarded though Grenfell was wounded and died the next day. Although a government reserve had been made in 1849 but there was little in the way of a settlement until the railway arrived in 1882. At that time, William O'Neil was the owner of 'Narramine' and he had established a hotel at the junction of the road to Trangie (now the Mitchell Highway) and the road to Warren. The township developed around the railway on land resumed from O'Neil. It was laid out and gazetted in 1883. The streets were named after early pastoral holdings in the area. A pump station and pump attendant's house were built near the hotel to supply water to the trains at what was the last natural watering place before Bourke. The first school opened in 1883. Narramine (sic) was declared a village in 1885. In 1890 a police station was built and O'Neil established a store near the railway. It closed in 1996 and has been converted into the present Bi-Lo supermarket. The first newspaper was established in 1896 and the spelling of the town was changed from 'Narramine' to 'Narromine' owing to a misspelling by the paper's editor. The first bridge over the river was built in 1897. The following year the town was declared a municipality and a courthouse and lock-up were built adjoining the police station. Wheat-growing and mixed farming developed as the larger properties were subdivided for closer settlement. Despite initial scepticism, the establishment of a citrus orchard in 1913 signified the start of another major local industry. The Narromine aerodrome, constructed after World War I, is home to the oldest country aero club in the Australia. Over 2000 pilots lived and trained in Narromine during World War II. Visitors have included Charles Kingsford Smith, Charles Ulm, Chuck Yeager and Nancy Bird Walton. It was used as a training station for pilots in World War II. Burrendong Dam, built 1946-67, facilitated irrigation schemes which have greatly aided local agriculture. Narromine was the subject of Banjo Paterson's humorous poem 'The City of the Dreadful Thirst' which evokes the townsfolk's incurable sense of thirst which no amount of drinking will cure. Narromine is currently home to the annual National Ultra-Light Fly-In Festival (NATFLY) which takes place every Easter weekend. Other annual events include the National Gliding Championships in January, the Easter Fishing Competition, the Tomingley Picnic Races in April, the Mungery Muster B&S Ball in August, the Narromine Agricultural Show and the Mungery Picnic Races in September, the Chute Out Bullride in November and the NSW Gliding Championship in December. Things to see Narromine Visitors' Centre is located in Burroway St (the Mitchell Highway), next to the swimming pool. It houses a collection of historical photographs and is open on weekdays from 9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m., Saturdays until 4.00 p.m. and Sundays from 10.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. Contact the visitors' centre if you wish to undertake a tour of the town in an historic Cobb & Co coach. Historical Museum The old courthouse, next to the visitors' centre and the police station, has become the town's museum. It is open by appointment (ring one of the numbers on the door or enquire at the visitors' centre). Parks Rotary Park, on the banks of the Macquarie River at the northern end of town, off Culling St, has picnic, barbecue, toilet and childrens' play facilities, as well as a boat ramp for those interested in boating or water skiing. Dundas Park, off Burraway St, has a fine old traction engine in the grounds. Edgerton's Nursery and Country Garden Edgerton Nursery and Country Garden, at 42 Dandaloo St, is open seven days a week. It has a coffee shop and an historic cellar dating back to 1904. Narromine Cottage Crafts Narromine Cottage Crafts, at 61 Dandaloo St, is open seven days a week. Historic Country Pubs Narromine has three hotels dating back over 100 years. The Royal Hotel, in Dandaloo St, was built in 1890 and was an old Cobb & Co stopping point. The Narromine Hotel, also in Dandaloo St, was built as the Federal Hotel in 1901 and has some particularly attractive ironwork on the upper verandah. It is a classic turn of the century country hotel. The Courthouse Hotel in Burroway St dates from 1899. Narromine Aerodrome, Skypark and Aviation Museum Gliding and flying attract large numbers of people to the area every year. The local aerodrome (4 km west of town, on the Mitchell Highway) houses the nation's oldest country aero club. The club, which has played host to personalities as diverse Charles Kingsford Smith, Charles Ulm, Chuck Yeager and Nancy Bird Walton was established shortly after World War I. Over 2000 pilots were trained here during World War II when the aerodrome was commandeered by the Department of Defence. To celebrate its historical importance, an aviation museum is due to open on the October long weekend in 2002. It will display a collection of aeronautical memorabilia and paraphernalia. Unusually, the airport also houses Australia's first residential Skypark, which is an arrangement whereby people can buy a plot of land adjacent the airport, built a house and a private hangar on their land and park their plane in their own yard. Introductory aeroplane, ultralight and glider flights are available from Narromine Ultralights and the Orana Soaring Club. Swane's Nursery 5 km west of Narromine, on the south side of the Mitchell Highway, is Swane's Nursery, which covers 56 ha and grows 250 000 roses on 5000 bushes each year. The nursery is open to visitors from 9.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. weekdays and at other times by appointment. The roses are in bloom from March to April and October to November. Coach tours are welcome by prior arrangement. There are books, catalogues and souvenirs for sale The Lime Grove The Lime Grove, 5 km west of Narromine on the Mitchell Highway, is Australia's largest lime orchard. Limes are available from February to June, along with Lime Grove products such as oils, cordial, mustard, jam and olives. Visits can be organised by prior arrangement. Narromine Iris Farm 4 km south of Narromine, on Parkes Rd, is Narromine Iris Farm with over 700 different tall bearded iris, as well as Louisiana and Spuria iris, daylilies, cannas and geraniums. There is a pleasant shaded picnic area and visitors are welcome to bring a packed lunch and enjoy a free cuppa. The flowering season is from mid-September to November. It is open Sunday to Friday. Tomingley Tomingley is a small town of Narromine Shire, located 37 km south of Narromine along the Newell Highway. The tiny public school was established in 1884 and is still large enough for this small community. Dickens Park is a pleasant rest area and The Skin Shop sells sheepskins, cowhides, roo rugs, souvenirs, curios and nicknacks. Goobang National Park The Park covers 42,000 ha and includes over 200 animal and 459 plant species. It is ideal for bushwalking and 4WD. Access is via Obley Rd, Tomingley. Cobb & Co Coach Tours It is possible to experience historic Narromine on an historic Cobb & Co coach. For more information contact the Visitor Information Centre. Cobb & Co Heritage Trail The historic inland coaching company, Cobb & Co, celebrated the 150th anniversary of its first journey in 2004 (and the 80th anniversary of its last, owing to the emergence of motorised transport). The trailblazing company's contribution to Australia's development is celebrated with the establishment of a heritage trail which explores the terrain covered on one of its old routes: between Bathurst and Bourke. Cobb & Co's origins lay in the growing human traffic prompted by the goldrushes of the early 1850s. As the Heritage Trail website states: 'The company was enormously successful and had branches or franchises throughout much of Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and Japan. At its peak, Cobb & Co operated along a network of tracks that extended further than those of any other coach system in the world ­ its coaches travelled 28,000 miles (44,800km) per week and 6000 (out of their 30,000) horses were harnessed every day. Cobb & Co created a web of tracks from Normanton on the Gulf of Carpentaria and Port Douglas on the Coral Sea down to the furthest reaches of Victoria and South Australia ­ in all, a continuous line of 2000 miles (3200km) of track over eastern Australia from south to north, with a total of 7000 miles (11,200km) of regular routes' Cobb & Co sites in Narromine include the old blacksmith's shop, the Narromine Hotel, the Royal Hotel (where passengers once stayed) and Narromine Cemetery, where two former coach drivers are buried. Sites within the shire include Dandaloo, Gin Gin Bridge, the Timbrebongie Hotel, Tomingley, Trangie and Weemabah. Tourist Information Narromine Visitors Information Centre 37 Burroway St Narromine NSW 2821
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3

Narromine, Новый Южный Уэльс, Австралия

This picturesque home is located directly on the Macquarie River in the welcoming country town of Narromine. The home offers fresh rain water for drinking, two large living rooms, two bathrooms and three toilets (including outside toilet). Offering three queen size bedrooms, including an en-suite in the master. There is plenty of space for families in the massive yard set on a 1.5 acre block. Please note there is no fencing at rear of property giving ease of access to the river.
The home is located directly across from the Narromine aerodrome and a short walk to the local golf club.
Narromine aerodrome located across the road. Golf Club 1km
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3

Narromine, Новый Южный Уэльс, Австралия

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This is an executive home with big rooms, quality furnishing & located in quiet rural area. Our home has heaps of space, no immediate neighbours, only 7km from Narromine & 20 minutes from Zoo. Weekends & long weekends we are away so all the house is yours. During the week days we live in our end of the house which is away from your area. We have available 3 bedrooms with queen beds plus one room with extra king single bed. The playroom has a sofa bed that can be used for an extra person as well.
This is a fully equipped family home with heaps of space & located with a quiet relaxing rural location. You can do as much as you want or as little as you desire. With Dubbo Zoo only 20 minutes away, "The Dish" (radio telescope) an easy 40 minute drive away or travel to the famous & most impressive Siding Spring Observatory 2.5 hours away - there are a number of unique activities you can do from our home. Locally, Narromine has the only flying replica of the first Wright Flyer in its aviation museum - this is definitely worth seeing. You wont be disappointed if you are after a comfortable relaxing stay in the Dubbo area.
The town of Narromine is only a 5 minute drive away & has all the facilities for food, drink & general grocery shopping. The town has a Coles store, a great local bake house and a couple of good coffee places. Try "Sole Food" for a daytime meal or a good coffee, this is at the northern end of town near the Catholic School. Evening meals are available at local clubs or pubs, all generally provide a good meal. Currently the Royal Hotel is providing good quality family meals, this is where we eat mostly.
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8


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4

Narromine, Новый Южный Уэльс, Австралия

A delightfully restored colonial hotel converted into bouique accommodation - ensuited queen, dble, and single, Function centre, fully licenced bars. Imperial Stay has a great variety of food with a Café, Pizza Bar and Restaurant. Lively atmosphere.
A delightfully restored colonial hotel converted into a boutique accommodation & Function centre with fully licensed bars & live entertainment, this venue has so much to offer everyone. A real Lively Atmosphere
The Imperial Stay has a warm & friendly staff and atmosphere. The Management and Staff will look after you, making you feel welcomed and well looked after.
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Отдельная комната


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B&B


Возможное количество гостей

2


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1

Narromine, Новый Южный Уэльс, Австралия

A delightfully restored colonial hotel converted into bouique accommodation - ensuited queen, dble, and single, Function centre, fully licenced bars. Imperial Stay has a great variety of food with a Café, Pizza Bar and Restaurant. Lively atmosphere.
A delightfully restored colonial hotel converted into a boutique accommodation & Function centre with fully licensed bars & live entertainment, this venue has so much to offer everyone. A real Lively Atmosphere The Imperial Stay has a great variety of food with a café and Pizza Bar restaurant. (Eat-in or Take Away) The Imperial Stay can cater for all types of function including corporate conferences, meeting rooms, birthdays, weddings, school reunions and much more. No function to small or to big. The Imperial is located at the crossroads of this thriving rural town where international pilots come to soar the skies in gliders above the western plains. Narromine aviation is steeped in history being the oldest inland aerodrome in New South Wales.
The Imperial Stay has a warm & friendly staff and atmosphere. The Management and Staff will look after you, making you feel welcomed and well looked after.
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Отдельная комната


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B&B


Возможное количество гостей

2


Спален

1

Narromine, Новый Южный Уэльс, Австралия

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Сурри-Хиллз

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Сидней

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Поттс Пойнт

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