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Heritage Lodge Motel - Charters Towers QLD

Heritage Lodge Motel - 2015 TripAdvisor Winner

Heritage Lodge Motel - 2014 TripAdvisor Winner


Convenient Location

Porcupine Gorge 200km 
Pajingo Mine 56km 
Gold City Mine 180km 
Burdekin Dam 102km 
Townsville 133km 
Ravenswood 83km 
Greenvale  206km 
Venus Gold Battery  5km 
Undara Caves  385km 
Texas Longhorn Wagon Tours  10km 


Contact Us

94 Dr George Ellis Drive
Charters Towers, QLD
[Map]  [Driving Directions]

Phone: 1800 880 444



Great Reasons to
Stay with Us

Fully Equipt Guest Kitchen Newest motel in Charters Towers
Fully Equipt Guest Kitchen Fully equipped guest kitchen
Guest Landry Guest laundry
WiFi Internet Wi-Fi Internet
All Non-smoking rooms All non-smoking rooms
All Air-conditioned rooms All air-conditioned rooms
Some rooms with cooking facilities Some rooms with cooking facilities
Undercover parking Undercover parking
Free Austar Free Austar
RACQ Discount Instant online booking & great rates
RACQ Discount Swimming pool & BBQ area
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Things to do in Charters Towers, Queensland

Charters Towers Township

Charters Towers is a thriving community in Tropical North Queensland. Located 130 km south-west of Townsville on the Flinder's Highway, Charters Towers offers holiday makers a unique glimpse of Outback Queensland. The Heritage Lodge Motel is perfect 3½ Star, modern accommodation for you while you are visiting Charters Towers.

Visit local gold mining areas around Charters Towers

Charters Towers has a colourful history as Queensland’s richest gold-mining area from 1872 until the early 20th century. After 89 years the goldfields are being reopened and gold was produced again from the Warrior Mine 4 km southeast of the town in November 2006 by Citigold Corporation Limited. Some reports suggest that more there is more gold underground than the total removed in the gold rush of the late 1800s.

Burdekin Falls Dam

Charters Towers services a large pastoral region with rich agriculture opportunities that have grown up around the Burdekin River, which feeds the Burdekin Falls Dam, the largest dam in Queensland. The Burdekin is one of Australia's most important rivers after the Murray.

Charters Towers has 4 high schools which form an important education base for residents of Far North Queensland. These four are: Columba Catholic College, Blackheath and Thornborough College, All Souls Saint Gabriels School and Charters Towers State High School. Heritage Lodge is often recommended for parents coming to visit children boarding at these schools.

There are a range of events on the Charters Towers calendar including a large Country Music Festival held every year, Goldfield Ashes Cricket Carnival Charters, Pastoral Agricultural and Mining Show, and the Restorer’s Club Swap Meet (on show are vintage cars and equipment).

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