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Hotels in Dalby, Queensland

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Formerly Oasis Hotel * Bistro * Sports Bar Formally know as Golden Fleece Hotel, after fire was rebuilt and after numerous name changes was called the...

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Cnr Cunningham & New Streets
Dalby
Queensland 4405
Phone:
07 4662 2980
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Commercial Hotel

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124 Cunningham St
Dalby
Queensland 4405
Phone:
(07) 4662 3211
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Country Club Hotel

Country Club Hotel

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151 Cunningham St
Dalby
Queensland 4405

(07) 4669 8231

Phone:
(07) 4662 2232
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Criterion Hotel

Criterion Hotel The Former Albion Hotel closed approx 1997 renovated and reopened as the Criterion Information from Greg and Steve McKeon. Many Thanks.

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77 Drayton St
Dalby
Queensland 4405
Phone:
07 4662 3303
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Dalby Hotel Motel

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2 Cunningham St
Dalby
Queensland 4405
Phone:
(07) 4662 5020
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Russell Tavern

Russell Tavern A fine new Tavern replaces the magnificent Russell Hotel, on the same site, which burn't down c 2003 / 2004. The new Tavern has * Pub...

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1 Cunningham St
Dalby
Queensland 4405

Fax (07) 4662 4951

Phone:
(07) 4662 2122
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Windsor Hotel Motel

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32 Patrick St
Dalby
Queensland 4405
Phone:
(07) 4662 2911
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Former Imperial Hotel

Former Imperial Hotel

Former Imperial Hotel The 1880 hotel was destroyed by fire in the early hours of Saturday 17/10/2009. The blaze broke out in the downstairs bar and kitchen...

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4 Cunningham St
Dalby
Queensland 4405
Phone:
(07) 4662 2085
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Information on Dalby, QLD

Dalby entrance sign
Toowoomba Region
Queensland Australia

Photo: Courtesy of Tourism Queensland

Dalby is located 211 km from Brisbane, at the crossroads to Toowoomba, Kingaroy, Roma, Mundubbera and Goondiwindi.

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