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Spend more time daydreaming than actually working? Catch yourself flicking through old travel posts waayyy too often? Time for a Mount Alford break. Accommodation options in Mount Alford's centre are pretty thin on the ground. But if you're okay with a short drive, you can easily stay in one of the 3 hotels within 10 kilometres of the action.
Some other hotels and accommodations include the Ramada Resort Kooralbyn Valley, which is 25 kilometres from central Mount Alford, and the Lillydale Farmstay, which is 25 kilometres away. And finally, be sure to remember the Barney Creek Vineyard Cottages, 25 kilometres away.
Looking for things to do? Spend some time checking out the Queens Park and Limestone Park. You'll find them in Raceview, 50 kilometres to the north of Mount Alford. The Best Western Ipswich and Metro Hotel Ipswich International are just some of the short and long-stay options here. 55 kilometres to the north of Mount Alford you can also stay at Wulkuraka, home to the Oaks Aspire and Central Motel Ipswich. If you stay in Wulkuraka, don't miss Ipswich City Square and the Workshops Rail Museum.
13,000 people call Warwick home. You'll find this place 55 kilometres west of Mount Alford. Local attractions worth checking out include the Morgan Park, the Pringle Cottage Museum and the Warwick Golf Club. There's a great number of different accommodation options available in Warwick. However, the McNevin's Warwick Motel, Country Rose Motel Warwick and Warwick Vines Motel ought to be the ones you check out first. A few more accommodation options are the Coachman's Inn Warwick, Alexander Motel, Buckaroo Motor Inn and Abbey of the Roses.
Totally freaking out cos you haven't got anywhere to stay when you hit the tarmac? Don't worry, last minute is our speciality! You'll find the Novotel Brisbane Airport a short ride from Brisbane Airport, which is 95 kilometres from the middle of Mount Alford.