Woodenbong Hotel

Woodenbong Hotel
Woodenbong Hotel

Woodenbong Hotel

MacPherson Street, Corner Unumgar Street, Woodenbong, New South Wales 2476

(02) 6635 1275



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Within two hours from Brisbane, travelling south through the scenic MacPherson Range, passing majestic Mount Lindesay, Woodenbong Hotel welcomes you. In the heart of Yowie Country, Woodenbong Hotel is a great place to base while experiencing the wonders the district has to offer. Comfortable and affordable accommodation awaits travellers, boasting 14 rooms suiting singles and families. Three rooms have private en suites and the two bedroom unit with a private bathroom sleeps five. Enjoy friendly service, meals and refreshments in the dining room or beer garden with open air or undercover seating. Food is available offering a basic menu and pizza. Takeaway available Caters for all functions. On-premises or your location for parties, engagements, weddings. Bus groups are welcome. Bike groups catered for an overnight stay or a break and a meal. Group rates. ATM available and offering disability toilet.

Facilities found here

Bar, Barbeque, Cafe, Carpark, Communal Lounge, Communal Refrigerator, Games or recreation room, Open Fireplace, Outdoor Furniture,

Accessibility Information

Disabled access available, contact operator for details.,

Rooms Available

The Woodenbong Hotel provides clean and comfortable accommodation for a relaxing stay. Suitable for singles and families with newly renovated bathrooms with individual enclosures and three rooms now have private en suites. A two bedroom unit with private bathroom is available which sleeps five.


  • Barbecue
  • Bath
  • Blankets
  • Broadband Internet Access
  • Electric Blankets
  • Lounge/Dining Area
  • Private Bathroom
  • Television

Acknowledgement of Country

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the New England High Country region and recognise their continuing connection to land, water and community. We pay respect to Elders – past, present and emerging – and acknowledge the important role Indigenous Peoples continue to play within the New England High Country community.