What travelers to Dalby are saying
There is so much to do in the areas surrounding hotels in Dalby; one might wonder how they could have time to do everything in the limited amount of time they have to spend. Dalby is an older rural Australian settlement that dates back to the 1840s, and a visit to Dalby can mean a chance to see some charming historic architecture and heritage sites within the city limits, like the Pioneer Park Museum. For a historic treat, travel just outside of town to explore the Jimbour House mansion.
Dalby provides a quick outlet to the nearby Bunya Mountains, great for day hikes. The Bunya Mountain's National Park is Queensland's second oldest national park, and is home to ancient bunya pines, and plenty of native plant and wildlife species. You'll enjoy excellent views from the mountaintops, and a chance to camp within the park on extended hikes.
A stay in Dalby hotels is a great way to get in on the festival action during March. The 10-day Cotton Week Festival is a celebrated annual event, with street parades, horse racing, golf tournaments, family fun, fashion parades and much more. If visiting in August, you won't want to miss Dalby's Delicious and Delightful Festival, which highlights regional produce and its multicultural cuisine, which culminates in a lantern parade along Myall Creek and a spectacular fireworks display.
Dalby is centrally located in Queensland, making it easily accessible from all directions. Located just over 200 kilometres from Brisbane, international visitors may choose to fly into the Brisbane Airport, and secure connections to Dalby. The city is also connected via Queensland Railway and Greyhound bus service. Ready to book your next getaway? Find the perfect Dalby accommodation for you with great member benefits by booking exclusively with HotelClub.
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