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Bulahdelah, NSW, Australia
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Bulahdelah Myall Motel
Bulahdelah Myall Motel
10.0 Excellent
Lot 22 Pacific Highway, Bulahdelah, NSW, Australia
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1.0 km from city centre, Bulahdelah 
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10.0

Bulahdelah Myall Motel is situated in Bulahdelah and features complimentary Wi-Fi. It also offers room service and an outdoor pool.

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Cheapest month:August
Most expensive month:June
Average price in Bulahdelah:€83/night
Cheapest price found:€72/night
Cheapest day:Tuesday
Most expensive day:Sunday
€77 - €98
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€75 - €108
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Bulahdelah Myall Motel
Bulahdelah Myall Motel
10.0 Excellent
Lot 22 Pacific Highway, Bulahdelah, NSW, Australia
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1.0 km from city centre,  

Bulahdelah Myall Motel is situated in Bulahdelah and features complimentary Wi-Fi. It also offers room service and an outdoor pool.

€92
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Bulahdelah Myall Motel
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Bulahdelah Myall Motel

Lot 22 Pacific Highway, Bulahdelah, NSW, Australia

10.0 Excellent
€92

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About Bulahdelah

Sprawling along the banks of the Myall River, Bulahdelah is a picturesque country town and former mining hub at the base of Alum Mountain. It’s the gateway to the Myall Lakes National Park and home to The Grandis, the tallest tree in New South Wales.

Things to do

Take in the views of Bulahdelah and the Pacific coastline from the peak of Alum Mountain. The lookout walking trail leads past abandoned mining equipment, blast caves and a trolley track that date back to the early-20th-century mining operations in the town.

Explore the shallow lakes, rivers and channels that make up the watery landscapes of Myall Lakes National Park. Stop for lunch at the Grandis picnic area, then follow the short walking trail that leads to The Grandis, a magnificent flooded gum over 70 metres tall.

At the northern end of Myall Lakes National Park is O’Sullivans Gap picnic area, set within a lush forest teeming with birdlife. Keep an eye out for white-bellied sea eagles cruising on the coastal breezes, as well as rare long-nosed bandicoots.

Make a day trip to the neighbouring town of Wootton to explore the Historical Railway Walk in the Wang Wauk State Forest. It follows an old logging route over moss-covered bridges and through gully rainforest and flooded gums, with picturesque waterfalls and creeks along the way.

Getting around

Bulahdelah is one hour’s drive south of Taree Airport, which has flights from Sydney and Newcastle. The town is compact enough to explore on foot, but having your own vehicle is the most convenient way of accessing the surrounding natural attractions.

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Sprawling along the banks of the Myall River, Bulahdelah is a picturesque country town and former mining hub at the base of Alum Mountain. It’s the gateway to the Myall Lakes National Park and home to The Grandis, the tallest tree in New South Wales.

Things to do in Bulahdelah

Take in the views of Bulahdelah and the Pacific coastline from the peak of Alum Mountain. The lookout walking trail leads past abandoned mining equipment, blast caves and a trolley track that date back to the early-20th-century mining operations in the town.

Explore the shallow lakes, rivers and channels that make up the watery landscapes of Myall Lakes National Park. Stop for lunch at the Grandis picnic area, then follow the short walking trail that leads to The Grandis, a magnificent flooded gum over 70 metres tall.

At the northern end of Myall Lakes National Park is O’Sullivans Gap picnic area, set within a lush forest teeming with birdlife. Keep an eye out for white-bellied sea eagles cruising on the coastal breezes, as well as rare long-nosed bandicoots.

Make a day trip to the neighbouring town of Wootton to explore the Historical Railway Walk in the Wang Wauk State Forest. It follows an old logging route over moss-covered bridges and through gully rainforest and flooded gums, with picturesque waterfalls and creeks along the way.

Getting around Bulahdelah

Bulahdelah is one hour’s drive south of Taree Airport, which has flights from Sydney and Newcastle. The town is compact enough to explore on foot, but having your own vehicle is the most convenient way of accessing the surrounding natural attractions.

  • What are the best hotels in Bulahdelah?

    Mount View Motel, rated with a score of 7.7 from 811 reviewers, is one of the most popular hotels in Bulahdelah. Other top stays include Bulahdelah Motor Lodge, with an average rating of 8.2 from 674 reviewers, and Bombah Point Eco Cottages, with a score of 9.4 from 45 reviewers.

  • How much do hotels in Bulahdelah cost?

    The average price of a hotel in Bulahdelah is €86 per night, based on the last 3 days’ data.

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    €66/night is the cheapest price found for a hotel in Bulahdelah by HotelsCombined users over the last 72 hours.

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    Over the last 3 days, the starting price of a hotel in Bulahdelah tonight has been as low as €66 and the average price has been as much as €83.