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The Coachmans Rest Motor Lodge

Country hospitality set against a landscape of rugged mountains, sweeping plains, seasonal colours and sparkling night skies.

The Coachmans Rest Motor Lodge is situated just south of Coonabarabran, picturesquely sited at the foothills of the Warrambungle Mountains and high above the Great Western Plains.

The Motor Lodge has its own expansive garden setting and truly generous swimming pool for all the family to relax and enjoy. Our family atmosphere and friendly staff will be only too happy to help you discover the wonders of the Warrumbungles and if you’re energetic enough, enjoy the internationally famous treks through the range. We are a Golden Chain member

After a busy day, guests can enjoy a meal at Coachman’s Bistro. Delicious menu items include barramundi, beef stroganoff, chicken schnitzel and lasagna. There is also a kids menu available.

Coachmans Rest is a 3-minute drive from Coonabarabran District Hospital and Crystal Kingdom Museum. Warrumbungle National Park is a 40-minute drive from the property.

Facilities

All our rooms come with great amenities and services. The following are just a few of the main amenities included by default with our rooms.

Our Rooms

Each room includes a air-conditioned refrigerator, an electric kettle and a toaster. There is also flat-screen satellite TV, a dining area, a sofa and electric blankets. The private bathroom has a hairdryer and free toiletries.

Large Family Room

Guests: 4 people

2 single beds and 1 large double bed

Two Bed Suite

Guests: 5 people

3 single beds and 1 large double bed

Activities in the area, stuff to do and experience around

Coachmans Rest Motor Lodge

Other places of interest include wineries, Pilliga Pottery with its unique glazing technique, Crystal Kingdom and cottage industries that are open to visitors. The town’s Visitor’s Centre boasts its own mini museum, lots to see of interest with mega fauna relics part of its exhibition; well worth taking the time to browse through.

You will always be welcome at Coonabarabran –
Australia’s Astronomy Capital.