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A & A Motel
A & A Motel
8.5 Excellent
156 Main Street, Proserpine, QLD, Australia
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0.9 km from city centre, Proserpine 
ExcellentBased on 192 reviews
8.5

A & A Motel is located in Proserpine and is close to the area's popular attractions. It also provides luggage storage, room service and an outdoor pool.

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Cheapest month:September
Most expensive month:August
Average price in Proserpine:$142/night
Absolute cheapest price found:$72/night
Cheapest day:Wednesday
Most expensive day:Friday
$105 - $234
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$100 - $183
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A & A Motel
A & A Motel
8.5 Excellent
156 Main Street, Proserpine, QLD, Australia
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0.9 km from city centre,  

A & A Motel is located in Proserpine and is close to the area's popular attractions. It also provides luggage storage, room service and an outdoor pool.

$134
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About Proserpine

Proserpine is a rural town on the Whitsunday Coast, nestled among sugar cane plantations and lush fields of grazing cattle. With its Art-Deco boutiques, charming old pubs and historic museums, Proserpine’s main street will make you feel like you’ve stepped back in time.

Things to do

Join a guided tour of the Whitsunday Gold Coffee Plantation and Roastery, the largest coffee plantation in Australia. Discover the entire process of making coffee, from beans to brewing, and taste their award-winning roast. If you’re here in late June, don't miss the spectacular sight of the cane fields glowing at night.

Interested in the history of Proserpine? Visit the award-winning Proserpine Historical Museum, where you can learn about the region’s rich past, including the Indigenous tribes and early European pioneers through a vast collection of photographs, artefacts and life-size displays.

For magnificent views of the Whitsunday Islands, hike through Conway National Park, one of the hinterlands best-kept secrets, home to several scenic lookouts and walking trails. After working up a sweat, cool off in the emerald green swimming hole at Cedar Creek Falls, a beautiful waterfall set in a natural rock amphitheatre.

Spend a day swimming, fishing or water skiing at Peter Faust Dam, a renowned spot for reeling in barramundi. Alternatively, visit Airlie Beach, the largest town on the Whitsunday Coast and the main departure point to tropical islands and the Great Barrier Reef. Chill out at the famous Airlie Lagoon, enjoy a gentle stroll along the Bicentennial Boardwalk or spend an afternoon kayaking, jet skiing, scuba diving or snorkelling.

Getting around

Proserpine is a 10-minute drive from Whitsunday Coast Airport, which receives domestic flights from Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne. Proserpine is easily explored on foot, with buses operating between Proserpine, Shute Harbour, Airlie Beach and the airport.

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  • What are the best hotels in Proserpine?

    192 reviews rated A & A Motel with an average score of 8.5/10. It may also be worth looking into the Butterfly Studio, which received a rating of 9.4/10 from 43 reviews.