Come to Blackall and stay for a while!
Blackall Coolibah Motel
36 Shamrock Street
Blackall was first settled in 1864 and in 1868 it was surveyed, gazetted and named after Samuel Wensley Blackall, the then-governor of Queensland. The town is in the heart of the State's merino sheep breeding area and has the last example left intact of a steam-powered wool washing plant, with a working shearing shed attached.
The town is supplied with water from the Great Artesian Basin. The water is pure, uncontaminated and ideal for drinking. This water flows from the basin under its own pressure and bores are usually drilled to a depth of 2,500ft (800m).
There is much to see in Blackall and the Blackall Coolibah Motel is the perfect base to explore Central Western Queensland and offers 3 star accommodation in newly refurbished, well appointed rooms at very affordable prices.
Your hosts, Christine and Les Williams, will welcome you to the Blackall Coolibah Motel and make you feel like family.
- Clean Rooms and Friendly Service
- Heated / Air-Conditioned Units
- Direct Dial Phones STD / ISD
- Colour TV / Video, Austar
- Swimming Pool
- Undercover Parking
- Licenced Alfresco Dining Area
- Walking distance to all shopping