What’s Nearby?

There are so many things to do in Rockhampton!

Rockhampton is a vibrant city featuring many attractions.

There are many conveniences within walking distance of our motel.


Dining out suggestions (within walking distance or very close proximity to the motel):

  • Glenmore Tavern (discount available to all Winter Sun guests, and within walking distance)
  • Hogs Breath (close proximity)
  • Sizzler (close proximity)

Takeaway suggestions (all within walking distance from the motel):

  • McDonalds
  • Domino’s Pizza
  • Noodle Paradise
  • Subway
  • Fish & Chips
  • Red Rooster
  • Sunshine Kebabs
  • Degani’s Bakery Cafe

Each room features a comprehensive menu folder, making it easy for you to eat out or order in.

Shopping Centres (most within easy walking distance of the motel):

  • Glenmore Shopping Village (including IGA) (walking distance)
  • Farm Street Market Place (immediately adjacent to the Glenmore Shopping Village) (walking distance)
  • Red Hill Homemaker Centre (close proximity)
  • Stocklands Shopping Centre (close proximity)


  • Botanical Gardens & Zoo, South Rockhampton

    Nestled within the Botanic Gardens and adjacent to the Murray Lagoon, the Rockhampton Zoo is home to over 50 species of native and exotic animals and is the perfect place for families to see these animals in their natural surroundings.
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  • Capricorn Caves

    These spectacular caves located north of Rockhampton Queensland are a unique system of above-ground caves in a limestone ridge. Tours range from easy walking, wheelchair accessible caves to wild caving adventure tours.
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  • Capricorn Scenic Loop to Yeppoon Keppel Bay and Emu Park and Singing Ship

    On the Tropic of Capricorn with its idyllic climate & cruising grounds offering world class marina facilities and breath taking coastal views, walks and drives.

  • Koorana Crocodile Farm

    Koorana Crocodile Farm was established in 1981 as Queenslands first commercial crocodile farm. Owners John and Lillian Lever have work hard to bring this farm from 3-4 crocodiles in the early eighties to a normal carrying capacity of 3000 today.
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  • Dreamtime Cultural Village

    The Dreamtime Cultural Centre is situated within 12 hectares of beautiful landscaped gardens. The grounds themselves provide the visitor with an opportunity for hours of enjoyment simply walking around the property. Set on the Northern side of Limestone Creek, the major points of interest include the native plants, trees and a large waterfall. In addition to the many guided tours offered, self-guided tours are also catered for.
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  • Fishing Fitzroy River

    Australia has very few waterways where you can catch metre-plus barramundi within casting range of a cappuccino machine. In terms of consistency in numbers and size, the Fitzroy is up with the best, and certainly better than most.
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  • Great Keppel Island – snorkelling, diving & sailing

    Nestled off the central Queensland coast is the tropical Great Keppel Island, a haven for everyone from single travelers to families. Easily accessible from Rockhampton, Great Keppel Island can be approached via air as well as by sea.
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  • Heritage Village, North Rockhampton

    Step back in time at this friendly township museum showcasing the rich, colourful history of the Rockhampton district 1850 – 1950.

    Throughout your visit at the Rockhampton Heritage Village you will see vintage vehicles, a hall of clocks, timber cutters camp, a blacksmith shop, homesteads and cottages, vintage machinery and a range of friendly farm animals.
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  • Kershaw Gardens, North Rockhampton

    Rockhampton’s Kershaw Gardens were officially opened in September 1988 as part of a project celebrating the Australian Bicentenary. Initial development of the gardens commenced in 1976, on an old land fill reclamation area. Today, the Gardens represent a natural Australian bush environment, in contrast to the more formal style of traditional Botanic Gardens. These magnificent gardens stretch for 1km along the Bruce Highway and provide an attractive, peaceful setting within the heart of Rockhampton.
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  • Mount Archer Lookout & BBQ Facilities

    Mount Archer National Park protects bushland remnants in the Berserker Ranges, a scenic backdrop to Rockhampton. At 604 m above sea level, Mount Archer is the highest peak and provides spectacular views of the city and the surrounding ranges.
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  • Nob Creek Pottery

    Nob Creek Pottery was started about 23 years ago by Steve Bishopric and has been one of those wonderful dreams that has materialised over the years. Steve is an energetic and charismatic person who also happens to make beautiful wheel thrown ceramic pieces.
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  • Rainforest at Byfield

    Byfield is about 40km. north of Yeppoon on a sealed and well maintained road, the area has a higher rainfall than the rest of the coast, this makes it markedly different with rainforests dissected by numerous fresh water streams, the largest of which is Waterpark Creek.
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  • Rockhampton Golf Club, South Rockhampton

    Well known Australian golf course designer, Al Howard has accounted for all variables with this course, even taking into account the prevailing south-easterly wind. It is a course designed to be played from the fairways, so those who have issues with hitting it straight – bring a few extra balls.
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  • Pilbeam Theatre & Art Gallery

    The Pilbeam Theatre is at the forefront of regional performing arts centres in Australia. With a capacity of almost 1000 people, the theatre hosts a variety of productions each year.
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  • Rock Pool Water Park, North Rockhampton

    Splash in to the coolest place in Rockhampton, with water slides, rock climbing, mini golf and much more fun for the whole family