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The Soldiers Motel is conveniently located behind the Soldiers Club and Bistro in the heart of Mudgee.

Convenient Location

CBD of Mudgee 2 mins walk
Colonial Inn Museum 2 mins
Lawson Park 2 mins
Mudgee Historical Society 2 mins
Mudgee Farmers Market 2 mins
Robertson Park 2 mins
Mudgee Hospital 4 mins
Wineries 5 - 20 mins
Dubbo Zoo 1hr 38 mins

 

Towns Near By

Gulgong 20 mins
Rylstone & Kandos 30 mins
Bathurst 1.5 hrs
Dubbo 1.5 hrs
Orange 1.5 hrs
Sydney 3.5 hrs
Newcastle 4.5 hrs


Find Us

35 Perry Street
Mudgee, NSW [map]


Call Us

Phone: (02) 6372 4399

Top Reasons To Stay

Free WiFi Internet at Soldiers Motel Free WiFi Internet
Soldiers Motel is centrally located Centrally Located
Soldiers Motel is next to Club Mudgee RSL Next to Club Mudgee RSL
Soldiers Motel is only 2 mins walk to town centre 2 mins walk to town centre
All rooms are non-smoking at Soldiers Motel All rooms are non-smoking
All rooms at Soldiers Motel are air-conditioned All rooms are air-conditioned
Swimming Pool at Soldiers Motel Swimming Pool
Spa Baths and Spa Suites at Soldiers Motel Spa Baths and Spa Suites
Offstreet Parking at Soldiers Motel Offstreet Parking
Room Service Breakfast at Soldiers Motel Room Service Breakfast
Free Austar and Flat Screen TV at Soldiers Motel Free Austar and Flat Screen TV
Neigbouring Laundromat at Soldiers Motel Neighbouring Laundromat
Family Room at Soldiers Motel Family Room
Golden Chain, NRMA, RACV, RACQ, Seniors discounts at Soldiers Motel Golden Chain discounts

Soldiers Motel in Mudgee is part of Golden Chain

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Mudgee, NSW

Mudgee New South Accommodation

The township of Mudgee was first reached by white man in 1821 by William Lawson and first settled in 1822 by George and Henry Cox. Early Australian architectural facades and historic buildings line the wide streets of Mudgee, many dating to the 1850’s. Described by the National Trust as one of the finest groups of townscape in a country area, referring to the buildings from St John’s Church down to the old police station, Mudgee is still blessed with historic buildings, wide streets and an ambience that is the envy of many its urban visitors. Boutique shopping, cafes and restaurants, markets and a vibrant arts community give the town an edge and ambiance which the locals revere and visitors covet.

  • Wine Tours – Mudgee is surrounded by 41 wineries
  • Art Galleries & Studios, Pottery
  • Colonial Inn Museum, Gulgong Pioneer Museum, Henry Lawson Centre, Kandos Bicentennial Industrial Museum, The Cottage Museum
  • 1.5 hours from Dubbo Zoo (try a Zoofari)
  • Robert Stein’s Motorcycle Museum
  • Mudgee Historical Society
  • Mudgee Miniature Railway
  • Shopping and country markets
  • Farm Tours
  • Lawson Park, Robertson Park – lovely places for a family picnic
  • Historical towns and villages; Rylstone – sandstone buildings and tree lined streets; Gulgong – a 19th century gold rush town; Hargraves, Windeyer, Lue, Wollar and Bylong.
  • National Parks – Wollemi, Munghorn Gap, Goulburn River National Park, Coolah Tops National Park.

Visit www.visitmudgeeregion.com.au for more information, or download the Mudgee App.

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