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Tall Timbers Motel - 167 Dowling St Dungog NSW 2420

Convenient Location

Dungog CBD 1 min walk
Dungog Train Station 2 min walk
RSL Club 5 min walk
Swimming Pool 5 mins walk
Bowling Club 6 min walk
Golf Club 7 min drive


Towns Nearby

Barrington Tops 20 min
Chichester Dam 20 min
Clarence Town 20 min
Paterson 20 min
Stroud 20 min
Hunter Valley Vineyards 1.5 hr


Find Us

167 Dowling St
Dungog NSW 2420 [map]


Call Us

Phone: (02) 4992 1547


Great Reasons
To Stay With Us

Free WiFi Internet at Tall Timbers Motel Free WiFi Internet
Tall Timbers Motel is centrally located Centrally Located
All rooms are non-smoking at Tall Timbers Motel All rooms are non-smoking
All rooms are air-conditioned at Tall Timbers Motel All rooms are air-conditioned
Under carpet heating at Tall Timbers Motel Under carpet heating
Off street Parking at Tall Timbers Motel Off street Parking
Room Service Breakfast at Tall Timbers Motel Room Service Breakfast
Flat Screen TV at Tall Timbers Motel Flat Screen TV
Guest Laundry at Tall Timbers Motel Guest Laundry
Family Room at Tall Timbers Motel Family Room
Tall Timbers Motel is only 5 minutes to Dungog Hospital 5 minutes to Dungog Hospital
Tall Timbers Motel is located in the Hunter Valley Located in the Hunter Valley
Short picturesque drives to Chichester Dam, Barrington Tops National Park, Chichester State Forest Short picturesque drives to Chichester Dam, Barrington Tops National Park, Chichester State Forest


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Accommodation Dungog - Tall Timbers Motel

Escape from the pressures of your long days at work or travelling and relax in the well-appointed and tastefully decorated suites at the Tall Timbers Motel at Dungog. Your hosts, Rod and Anne Barnes, welcome you.

Conveniently located in the heart of Dungogs’ main street, the Tall Timbers Motel is an easy walk to all shops, clubs, hotels, restaurants, parks and facilities, including the Dungog Train Station.

Tall Timber Motel is only a minute walk to Dungog CBD

With a 3 1/2 star accommodation rating, the motel has all the facilities and cleanliness you would expect from such a rating, including ensuites, tea and coffee making facilities, 4* rated bedding, air conditioning for summer, and under carpet heating for the cold days. Flat screen televisions are in each room and free wireless internet is available for all guests. Free wireless internet is available.

Bedding arrangements are varied in each room, but most rooms have two beds or a bed and a sofa bed. There are two family rooms with kitchenettes.

Comfortable Queen Room at Tall Timber Motel

The unspoilt rural township of Dungog serves a fertile grazing district on the rich soils of the Lower Hunter Valley and a growing tourist industry centred on the area's waterways and the wilderness escape of Barrington Tops World Heritage National Park. A World Heritage area with a diversity of wildlife and environments, Barrington Tops offers both cool sub-alpine woodlands and extensive sub-tropical rainforests. Walkers will discover forest tracks leading to beauty spots, waterfalls and lookouts. The Shire of Dungog has four surrounding towns - Clarencetown, Dungog, Gresford and Paterson that retain the country charm of yesteryear with wide streets and historic buildings. Within Dungog, Dowling Street, the main street, has been declared an urban conservation area.

Dungog Shire covers an area of 2248 sq kilometres. It is bordered in the north by the Barrington Tops plateau, which is part of the Great Dividing Range. The Shire consists predominantly of very rugged to hilly country which becomes less rugged from north to south.

The Shire has two principal rivers, the Williams in the east and the Paterson (and its major tributary the Allyn) in the west. Both are tributaries of the Hunter River and contribute over 40 percent of the flow of the Hunter.

Barrington River, Barrington Tops National Park, NSW, Australia

The Shire's economy has traditionally been based on agriculture and timber, with the alluvial river flats suitable for intensive agricultural production. The balance of the rural land has been traditionally used for grazing. Tourism is also a focus of Dungog Shire's economy with the National Parks, State Forests, Chichester Dam and the river systems as well as the historic and scenic character of the area providing the major focus for attracting visitors.

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