The Petrie Mill Motel is a family-owned business and a central stop over location in Petrie for visitors due to its proximity to the Bruce Highway.
Whether you’re travelling for business or pleasure, the newly built Petrie Mill Motel has taken every care possible to ensure all guests have a comfortable and enjoyable stay.
Featuring 21 spacious units spaced out over two levels, there are an array of room types to accommodate single travelers, couples, families and disabled visitors.
Each unit is air-conditioned and feature ensuite bathrooms as well as kitchenette facilities with a toaster, microwave, cutlery, tableware and a kettle. There are also complimentary tea and coffee making facilities.
Other amenities include a flatscreen TV, where you can access your Netflix account, USB ports beside the beds, a balcony, free Wi-Fi, free parking and room service.
There is an array of room types for guests to choose from including:
Deluxe Queen Room
Deluxe Twin or Triple Room
Deluxe Twin Room
While staying at the Petrie Mill Hotel, you are conveniently located near several tourist attractions and stunning scenery, making your stay feel more like a mini holiday.
Here are our top tips for Petrie:
Old Petrie Town features historical buildings, pottery and blacksmiths' workshops, a fire museum, steam and engine museum, quality specialty shops, handmade gifts and crafts, and a great heritage restaurant.
Set in an original timber building from the 1880s, the Pine Rivers Heritage Museum holds a unique collection of colonial and convict artefacts and provides an interactive modern take on local history.
If you have little ones, they are sure to love the free water park and playground at the Petrie Mill Adventure Playground.
The water park features a splash pad and water bucket, which is popular with children of all ages.
It also features two playgrounds for younger and older children, flying fox, a large cricket pitch and green space, and sheltered barbecue area.
The adventure tower echoes the main industrial structure of the Petrie paper mill, which used to occupy the site. There’s a range of climbing and exploratory challenges throughout, with climbing nets over multiple levels before reaching the top. It has been designed so adults can easily supervise their children and even have a go themselves.
Lake Samsonvale, also known as North Pine Dam, sits to the west of Petrie’s heart. It’s a wonderful place for easy and simple fishing with children. The lake shimmers with spangled perch, tilapia, golden and silver perch, snub-nosed garfish, Saratoga, red claw crayfish, eastern freshwater cod and Australian bass.
27 Dayboro Rd, Petrie QLD 4502, Australia
0403 138 249
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