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Maryborough Motel and Conference Centre
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Best Western Kimba Lodge
Blue Shades Motel
Maryborough City Motel
Lamington Hotel Motel
Carriers Arms Hotel
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Train lovers should ride Mary Ann Steam Locomotive, a well-loved, historic railway. Maryborough Motel and Conference Centre and Best Western Kimba Lodge are two good options if you and the gang are keen to stay nearby. You can learn all about what shaped this region's history at Maryborough Military & Colonial Museum. You can stop by whenever, especially if you stay at the Maryborough City Motel and Mineral Sands Motel.
You might also like to try the Akama Resort, which is located 35 kilometres away. Or maybe the Best Western Plus Quarterdecks Retreat, just a distance of 35 kilometres from Maryborough. If those ones don't suit, you may prefer The Grange Resort or the Oceans Resort, an Ascend Hotel Collection Member.
Looking for more to do? Kick back and spend the day discovering the Bauple Museum & District Historical Society and Tiaro Memorial Park. You'll find them in Tiaro, 25 kilometres to the southwest of Maryborough. If you'd like to spend a few nights in Tiaro, consider the rates at the Tiaro Motor Inn and Tiaro Tourist StopOver. Or, you could stay in Nikenbah, 25 kilometres to the north of Maryborough, where you can choose from the Main Street Motel and Hervey Bay Resort. If you stay in Nikenbah, set aside some time to visit the Hervey Bay Botanic Garden and the Esplanade.
Go 30 kilometres northeast and you'll come across Torquay, a regional centre with a population of 6,000. While you're exploring this neck of the woods, hang your camera 'round your neck and get your tourist on at Great Sandy Straits Marina, Reef World and Reefworld Aquarium. Urangan Pier and Wetside are a few more which are sure to offer up some choice photo ops. The Shelly Bay Resort and Bayshores Holiday Apartments are a selection of accommodation options in Torquay.
There's nothing more stressful than coming into land and wondering where the heck you're gonna stay. So why not get yourself sorted and book a room at the Pier Resort? It's seriously close to Hervey Bay Airport which sits 30 kilometres from Maryborough's centre.