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Boulder Opal Motor Inn

16 Elderslie Street, Winton QLD 4735

The Boulder Opal Motor Inn is the newest motel in Winton Queensland Australia .. has been a 3.5 star rated accommodation which offers luxury units with friendly outback hospitality .. lodge in air-conditioned comfort in one of our beautiful 26 motel rooms.

Eat in our Restaurant .. choosing from a delicious menu put together by our Ala Carte Chef .. the friendly Matrix Bar serves our Restaurant and flows out to the swimming pool area .. inviting you to have a night cap by the cool sparkling water.

The Boulder Opal Motor Inn caters for Tour Busses .. Tour Groups or the Single Traveler .. all can enjoy the opportunity to share Winton's unique outback history.

Winton gives you the home of the Waltzing Matilda legend .. the birthplace of Australia's Qantas Airlines .. discover history when you visit the world's only fossilized footprint Dinosaur Stampede at Lark Quarry .. explore the land that borne the beautiful Opal .. Australia's National Gemstone.

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North Gregory Hotel Motel

67 Elderslie Street, Winton QLD 4735

Original site of the first performance of Waltzing Matilda. A choice of ensuite motel, hotel and backpacker rooms. Featuring tea and coffee making facilities, TV, air conditioning. Hotel facilities include: licensed restaurant and bar, counter meals, gaming machines, pool tables, direct dial phones, BBQ area, courtesy transport, internet access, campervan parking. Situated only 100mt to swimming pool. Rates: Single $80 - Double $85 - Triple $100. Resident Managers: Vicki & Jack Simpson.

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Banjos Overnight & Holiday Units

Manuka Street, Winton QLD 4735

At Banjo's Overnight and Holiday Units, relax in peaceful garden surroundings on the private verandah of your self-contained ensuite unit. All units are detached and most have undercover parking, some with boat and trailer parking.

The partly shade-covered swimming pool awaits those who wish to cool off on the warmer outback days. A pergola area is adjacent to the pool where you can relax with a refreshing drink or a bite to eat. There is an undercover barbecue area for guests use at any time. A guest laundry is also available for your convenience.

Stay a while at Banjo's, whether overnight or a few days, where the welcome is friendly and your comfort is assured. Your hosts, Belinda & Stewart, hope to see you soon.

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Carisbrooke Station

Carisbrooke Station, Winton QLD 4735

Charles and Penelope Phillott and their family invite you to experence a fascinating part of Australia as their guests on Carisbrooke Station. A diverse and scenic grazing property in the heart of Outback Queensland, the spectacular scenery abounds with wildlife and natural vegetation and caters for tour opoerators, school groups, accommodated travellers, caravans and campers.

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Winton Outback Motel

95 Elderslie Street, Winton QLD 4735

Located in the centre of the Outback, our motel is a great place to be when you need a home away from home.

Positioned close to all amenities that down town Winton has to offer, the the OUTBACK MOTEL has 16 rooms to offer.

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Matilda Motel

20 Oondooroo Street, Winton QLD 4735

Come along and enjoy the friendly hospitality of your hosts Neville and Lorraine, at the Matilda Motel. The Matilda Motel is situated in the centre of town, opposite the Waltzing Matilda Centre and just a short walk from the shops and local attractions. The pool, squash courts and RSL Club are right beside just waiting for your use. You will enjoy your stay in comfort in this family-run motel. The air-conditioned rooms are quiet, clean and comfortable. Safe off street parking is available for small and large vehicles.

Breakfast to your room is available. For an evening meal make use of the barbecue and pergola area or visit next door at the RSL Club Bistro or one of the pubs in town, which also serve excellent meals.

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Banjo's Overnight & Holiday Units

Manuka Street, Winton QLD 4735
At Banjo's Overnight and Holiday Units, relax in peaceful garden surroundings on the private verandah of your self-contained ensuite unit. All units are detached and most have undercover parking, some with boat and trailer parking. Breakfast is available and delivered to the unit. The partly shade-covered swimming pool awaits those who wish to cool off on the warmer outback days. A pergola area is adjacent to the pool where you can relax with a refreshing drink or a bite to eat. There is an undercover barbecue area for guests use at any time. A guest laundry is also available for your convenience.Stay a while at Banjo's, whether overnight or a few days, where the welcome is friendly and your comfort is assured. Free Wi Fi . Look for us on Face Book . Your hosts, Stewart and Belinda Singleton hope to see you soon.

Boulder Opal Motor Inn

16 Elderslie, Winton QLD 4735
Previously known as the Pelican Waters Motel, the Boulder Opal Motor Inn was built in 1999 and offers modern, clean, fresh and comfortable accommodation. Situated on the main street but on the outskirts of town, you are only a five-minute walk to the shops and yet far enough away to leave the hustle and bustle behind you.The Boulder Opal Motor Inn is of a four star rating and the staff are efficient, friendly and happy to assist with your requirements. The motel accommodates 26 rooms of which 23 are standard units, one family unit and two units with facilities for disabled persons. Also available to guests is an outdoor swimming pool, gift gallery, licensed bar and restaurant.The owners are an opal mining family and you will be dazzled by the beautiful opal display and interesting information they can give you. So, if you’re looking to treat yourself and enjoy a little luxury, then stay at Boulder Opal Motor Inn when you’re in Winton.
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North Gregory Hotel

67 Elderslie Street, Winton QLD 4735
The North Gregory Hotel prides itself on providing warm and welcoming accommodation to the discerning traveller and has been the focal point for locals and for travellers since the original hotel was first opened in 1879. The North Gregory Hotel is more than just a hotel, it is a part of many significant moments in history and an attraction itself, and a must see in your ultimate outback Queensland experience. Set in the heart of Winton, the North Gregory Hotel, sets the tone for your outback experience. Located in the town centre, only a short stroll from the Waltzing Matilda Centre, The Opal Walk and the Royal Open Air Theatre, the North Gregory Hotel is perfectly situated for you to make the most of all there is to offer in Winton and beyond. The personality of the North Gregory Hotel reflects the history and ambience of yesteryear whilst providing all the comforts of today. The hotel offers 29 ensuite rooms, 15 unpowered van sites, a dining room, cafe, bar and beer garden, TAB and Keno services, a bottle shop, poker machines, laundromat, private cinema, massage services and a hairdresser.

Bladensburg National Park - Scrammie Gorge

Bladensburg National Park, Winton QLD 4735
This unbelievable raw country at Bladensburg National Park - Scrammie Gorge is not to be missed. Historically, the homestead is one of the best depictions of life as it was in the pioneer days. Travel to the end of the Park through Mitchell Grass downs and claypans until the jump-up country where gidyea trees are twisted and gnarled due to the harshness of this land. Explore the gorge and see Winton township in the distance from the lookout. The trip is approximately 100 kilometres long and will take a full day to complete. The road is suitable for four wheel drive vehicles only....

Winton Visitor Information Centre

71-73 Elderslie Street, Winton QLD 4735
The Winton Visitor Information Centre is located at 71-73 Elderslie Street in Winton. This accredited visitor information centre offers a one stop shop for travel information including maps, brochures, and itineraries. Staffed by skilled and knowledgeable locals, the Winton Visitor Information Centre can provide advice on the things to see, things to do and where to eat. Discuss with the friendly staff your travel plans or make a booking....

Winton 300

41 Fox Street, Winton VIC 3673

The Vision Splendid Outback Film Festival

50 Elderslie Street, Winton QLD 4735
The Vision Splendid Outback Film Festival, Winton, Queensland. 9 days / 30 films / A zillion stars Winton's Vision Splendid Outback Film Festival is a film festival like no other. It celebrates Australian film and culture under the stars of Winton in Outback Queensland. The Festival combines an incomparable program of classic and contemporary Australian films with special events, conversations and masterclasses with film makers, directors, actors and actresses, kids club and special events. Join the stars on the red carpet for the ANZ Opening Night, or a location tours to the sites where major feature films were made. You can even enter your own film in the the Qantas Short Film Competition, Films are screened every night under the stars in the historic, open air Royal Theatre in Winton's main street (one of only two remaining such theatres in Australia) and by day in the Shire Hall....

Outback Festival

multiple, Winton QLD 4735
Queensland's Outback township of Winton is pulling out the stops to host an extra special Outback Festival in the 2017 September school holidays. Perfect for families or anyone who loves the Aussie Outback. The festival's hilarious signature event, the Quilton Australian Dunny Derby, will top off five days of quirky events, warm Outback hospitality and nightly live entertainment which lures visitors from all over Australia and overseas. 2017 will include some exciting new entertainment options, as well as some recent favourites such as the Charity Sunset Dinner Extravaganza under the Outback stars. Sports fans can test their skills with some gruelling sporting challenges including the Outback Century Cycle Challenge - the toughest, flattest cycling event in the Outback, and Outback Iron Man, Woman and Junior events....

Winton - Boulia Via Diamantina National Park Journey

Diamantina National Park, Winton QLD 4735
The landscape and scenery on the Winton - Boulia via Diamantina National Park journey will leave you awestruck. A challenging journey, this relatively isolated route will require the driver to be well prepared as there are no fuel or food facilities. Travel via Lark Quarry Dinosaur Trackways, Old Cork, Springvale and Coorabulka. Covering 507,000 hectares, Diamantina National Park is rich in natural and cultural history. The scenery and birdlife, sunrises and sunsets in this big country will have your cameras working overtime! The trek is approximately 530 kilometres long and will take between two and three days to complete. The road is suitable for four wheel drives only....

Australian Age of Dinosaurs

Lot 1 Dinosaur Drive, Winton QLD 4735
The Australian Age of Dinosaurs Museum of Natural History is home to the world's largest collection of Australian dinosaur fossils. A working dinosaur museum with the most productive fossil preparation laboratory in the southern hemisphere, it's located on 1,800 hectares of spectacular mesa plateau with vast scenery, wildlife and walking trails. At the museum you'll see and hear about their exciting finds of unique dinosaurs that lived 100 million years ago, including gigantic sauropods and "Banjo", Australia's greatest carnivorous dinosaur. The Museum staff members invite everyone to be directly involved in this exciting initiative; to prepare a real dinosaur bone in their Laboratory, or book in to be part of a real dinosaur dig. With your help, they can bring the prehistory to life! Tours are conducted hourly in both the Collection Room and Laboratory starting at 9 am daily. The last Laboratory tour is at 3pm and the last Collection Room tour is at 4pm. Please aim to arrive 15 minutes before your tour start time so that you have time to purchase your tickets and walk or drive to the Laboratory....

Lark Quarry Conservation Park

Winton-Jundah Road, Winton QLD 4735
Lark Quarry Conservation Park holds the only evidence in the whole world of a dinosaur stampede. The evidence: 3,300 fossilised dinosaur footprints from a time when dinosaurs stomped through lush rainforests and the outback looked very different from the way it is today. These dinosaur tracks inspired the dinosaur stampede scene in Steven Spielberg's movie Jurassic Park. The tracks are protected inside a solar-powered building, constructed using ecologically sustainable methods. Discover the fascinating story of the stampede of 95 million years ago. Entry to the tracks is by guided tour only (a fee applies). Independent visitors can enjoy a short 500 metre walk along the Spinifex circuit, or enjoy a longer 3.5 kilometre return walk along the Jump Up Loop to explore this awe-inspiring landscape known as 'jump up' country....

Historic Winton

Fox Street Winton, Winton VIC 3673
Winton Motor Raceway near Benalla hosts the 41st Historic Winton, conducted by the Austin 7 Club with assistance from Historic Motorcycle Racing Association Victoria. Get up close to fantastic action at Australia's largest and most popular all-historic meeting and enjoy a weekend of non-stop racing featuring over 400 cars and motorbikes from the 1920s to the 1980s. Arrive in a classic or special-interest vehicle, park in the Spectator Display Area. 2017 Historic Winton features displays of historic and classic cars, commercial vehicles, motorbikes and more. Celebrations include anniversaries for Douglas and Excelsior motorbikes, Volvo, Ford Model A, Austin 16, Lancia Aprilia, Vauxhall 10-4, Austin 18, Ford Pilot, Austin Princess, Austin Sheerline, Peugeot 203, Standard Vanguard, Austin A40, Jowett Javelin, Lambretta, Jaguar XK150, Fiat 500 Nuova, Lotus Elite, Lotus Seven, Nissan Skyline, Wolseley 1500, Toyota Corona, Vauxhall Victor, Aston Martin DBS, Chrysler VE Valiant, Fiat 125, Ford Falcon GT, Holden Torana, Simca 1100. 2017 Heritage Display features vintage tractors, steam engines, caravans, speedway cars and bikes, micro cars, cycle cars, veteran and vintage motorcycles. Photos courtesy Ben Molloy....

Waltzing Matilda Centre

50 Elderslie Street, Winton QLD 4735
Due to a fire on the 17 June 2015, the Waltzing Matilda Centre is currently closed. Please visit the new Visitor Information Centre at 71-73 Elderslie Street, Winton. If there is one song that lives in the hearts of all Australians, it's "Waltzing Matilda". The song written by A.B. Banjo Paterson in 1895, has played a significant part in defining the Australian character. "Waltzing Matilda" inspires the Australian spirit. It can be a feel-good song, a rousing chorus or simply impart a feeling of nostalgia. It's sung at sporting events, in schools and by expatriates all over the world. The Waltzing Matilda Centre is inspired by the song penned by Banjo Paterson and embraced by the Australian people as their unofficial national anthem. The centre was built in 1998 after the centenary celebrations for the song, and is constantly evolving. The Waltzing Matilda uses today's technology and interactive displays to interpret the song, Australian history and what it is to be Australian....


Winton, Winton QLD 4735
"Once a jolly swagman camped by a billabong..." You'll be forgiven for relentlessly whistling this famous tune while you're in Winton, as it's the very home of Banjo Patterson's 'Waltzing Matilda'. Reputedly inspired by an 1894 shearer's suicide at the nearby Combo Waterhole and first performed in Winton's North Gregory Hotel on 6th April 1895, you can learn all about Banjo and the adopted national anthem at the Waltzing Matilda Centre in Winton. First settled in 1875 and originally called 'Pelican Waterhole', Winton has plenty on offer to keep you busy for at least a day or two. The town is home to Boulder opals that you can view and buy in town and a day trip will take you to Queensland's oldest opal fields at Opalton. Also just out of Winton is Lark Quarry, where 93 million year-old dinosaur fossils will give you a glimpse into prehistoric times. The quirky Winton Music Fence, developed by percussionist and composer Graeme Leak, is free and a fantastic spot to let the kids explore their hidden musical talents. Arno's Wall, a wall surrounding a private residential property in town, is worth a look for its unique construction from all sorts of things including motorbikes, lawn mowers, crockery and historical items. Winton is in the heart of Matilda Country, a diverse region in which vast mitchell grass plains are broken by magnificently coloured gorges, ridges and mesas; what the locals call 'jump-ups'. Visitors to the region will be amazed by the vastness of the plains and the undulating nature of the landscape. There is a wide variety of animal and bird life in the area, generally best seen around dusk and dawn on minor roads and tracks. ...

Channel Country Explorer Drive

Winton Visitor Information Centre, Winton QLD 4735
Discover the world's largest collection of Australian dinosaur fossils and learn the myth, truth and romance behind Australia's favourite song. Travel through majestic Jump Up, Channel Country and Mitchell Grass Downs witnessing the spectacular views from Cawnpore Lookout and visiting an old Cobb and Co stop along the way. Learn the mystery of the Min Min Light and visit one of the first homes built in Western Queensland. Explore Diamantina, one of Australia's top 10 National Parks, home to many rare and threatened species, its rich landscape colours a photographer's delight. Toast the sunset atop majestic red sand hills at Windorah. Throw in a line at Coopers Creek or the Barcoo River and discover tranquil billabongs, desert drives and expansive clay pans at majestic Welford National Park. Follow a four wheel drive track to discover magnificent landscapes sculptured by nature over millions of years into the most amazing rock formations and sign a most unusual visitors book...with stones! ...
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Winton Bethal Accommodation Unit

124 Moore Lane, Winton VIC 3673
Bethal Farm is located on a rise 30 kilometres from Wangaratta CBD and offers a self contained cottage, comprising one bedroom with a queen and a single bed (foldaway bed). Guests enjoy a continental breakfast included with the tariff. The cottage has its own bathroom with shower and toilet. There is also a refrigerator, microwave and tea and coffee making facilities and television for your convenience. This cottage is situated in a quiet country location near Winton Raceway with stunningly unique views and relaxing atmosphere. Adjacent to the cottage there is a beautiful deck area which gives stunning views looking out to the ever changing scenes of the rural countryside. Ideal for couples, the cottage is in a separate area of the owners main house, but it is close enough if you need anything. Please note, there is a short unsealed road into the property....

Winton Bethal Farm Accommodation Unit

124 Moore Lane, Winton VIC 3673

84 acres of peaceful surroundings. Spectacular views

Wake to the gentle sunrise. The sounds of nature, or sleep to your hearts content

Go for walks on the property and see nature at work

Relax on the deck or swing in the chair.   

New luxury Motel Style ensuite

Queen size bed/ large TV / microwave / heating and cooling

Full or continental breakfast available

20 mins from Benalla / 30 mins to Wangaratta / 45 mins to Shepparton

1hr to Albury/Wodonga  / 90 mins to Snowfields

 4 mins to Winton Race Track