Hamilton's Townhouse Motel is conveniently located in Queanbeyan, just ten kilometres from the National Art Gallery, Questacon, New Parliament House and the War Memorial along with all the normal attractions in and around the National Capital. The motel has an attractive variety of spacious room options on offer, with room service available for breakfast daily and for dinner Monday to Friday. Off street parking is available and there is also a barbecue available for guests to use.
The two spa rooms are spacious with a queen bed and a large corner spa in each unit along with a separate bathroom with shower etc.
Both spa rooms include a kitchenette with microwave, sink, fridge, toaster and jug along with all necessary crockery & cutlery.Learn More
We have one family room, which is a two-roomed unit with a queen bed in the main room and two single beds in the second bedroom.
It has a kitchenette with microwave, sink, fridge, toaster and jug along with all necessary crockery & cutlery.Learn More
All twin rooms have a queen bed & single bed
All rooms have a kitchenette with microwave, sink, fridge, toaster and jug along with all necessary crockery & cutlery.
One Twin room is set up to suit disabled guests.Learn More
The Visitor Information Centre is situated in one of the city's iconic heritage-listed buildings right in the middle of town.
The friendly staff can offer up-to-date information on Queanbeyan, Canberra and the surrounding region.
The centre has an array of caravan, camping and accommodation information, as well as regional National Parks maps on sale and a multitude of other interesting publications.
Monday to Friday - 9am to 5pm
Saturday and Sunday - 9am to 12pm
Public Holidays - 9am to 12pm.
Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year's Day, Australia Day Holiday and Good Friday
Phone: +61 02 6285 6307Learn More
One of Australia's most popular museums can be found at the Australian War Memorial.
A visit to the mosaic Hall of the Memory and Commemorative Courtyard with its Roll of Honor is a moving and poignant experience, enhanced by the huge collection housed in the museum.
Pictures, dioramas, models, relics, weaponry, uniforms and machinery evoke the experience of war, including a sound and light show in Anzac Hall.
Guided tours explain the role played by Australian soldiers during the two world wars, as well as more recent conflicts.Learn More
Questacon strives to a geater understaning and awareness of science and technology within the community. We are committed to making the experience fun, interactive and relevant. With over 200 interactive exhibits it is a fascinating place for all members of the family.Learn More
The Arch has stood sentinel in its present form for more than 20,000 years.
Spectacularly spanning the Burra Creek, on the southern foreshores of Googong Dam, the London Bridge Arch was first recorded by Europeans in 1823 by an explorer who described it as "a natural bridge of one perfect Saxon arch under which the water passed". The London Bridge Walk is a 3-4 kms circuit starting at the London Bridge car park which is located around 20kms south of Queanbeyan via the southern entrance to Googong Foreshores.
This is a place for anyone who is interested in how your morning newspaper was produced, or how those catalogues which clutter your mailbox used to be produced. There are many and varied types of machines and equipment used in the years gone by to produce the printing required to allow businesses to operate.Learn More
The Museum is open daily 10am - 3pm.
Displays of historic locomotives, carriages and railway memorabillia are all available to the railway enthusiast.
Regular trips to place like Bungendore Markets are held and information about trips coming up can be found on their website.Learn More
The Canberra Space Centre offers their visitors the chance to learn about the role that Australia plays in the exploration of space.
The CSC is part of NASA's Deerp Space Network and for anyone interested in space and space exploration this is the place to go.
The Space Centre is open daily from 9am - 5pm.Learn More
Do you want a night spent "part mystery, part history, a real life phantom experience" Maybe ride The Ghost Train of the Limestone Plains or take a walking tour of Queanbeyan at night?
Whatever you fancy these tours will give you a look at Queanbeyan in a different light.
Contact Reception for the details to enable you partake in a night of mystery!Learn More