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The Mackellar Motel provides quality accommodation to guests from overseas, within state and interstate, in a four star environment. Not ony do guests enjoy attention to detail in all aspects of the motel operation, but there is also freely available high-speed internet throughout the property along with generous undercover parking, including a Tesla charging station. A guest laundry is conveniently located within the grounds of the motel and is free to all guests.
Unfortunately, our restaurant is closed until further notice: however there are nine restaurants, pubs and take-aways within five minutes walk of the motel. The grounds of the motel are well maintained and spacious as are the rooms, the conference centre and boardroom. You will find plenty to enjoy if you decide to choose the Mackellar Motel for your next stay in regional Gunnedah.
A free continental breakfast is available daily, and you can upgrade to a cooked breakfast in the restaurant or in your room.
Choose from spacious, tastefully decorated Queen Rooms, Twin Rooms, Family Rooms and Family Suites, all with generous-sized bathrooms. You can also upgrade in our Spa Rooms to include a Bubbles and Breakast option. For those who need to avoid steps and uneven surfaces, we have a fully compliant Handicap Room with its own dedicated parking bay.
The Mackellar Motel specialises in support to the agricultural and coal interests around Gunnedah. We open at 6.30 am Monday to Friday, and 7am on weekends and public holidays.
Gunnedah is the main service centre for the local coal industry. Farmers and miners work in harmony to protect our natural resources while contributing to the wealth of the nation.
Mackellar Motel is names for Isobel Marion Dorothea Mackellar, OBE, (1 July 1885 – 14 January 1968), was an Australian poet and fiction writer. Her poem My Country is perhaps the best known Australian poem, especially its second stanza, which begins: "I love a sunburnt country/A land of sweeping plains,/Of ragged mountain ranges,/Of droughts and flooding rains." ...