Boasting a central location, Murwillimbah Hotel and Apartments located alongside the Tweed River. The property is a 5-minute walk from the Murwillumbah Museum and Regent Cinema.

Accommodation options include motel and pub-style rooms suited to all budgets. Motel rooms are air-conditioned and offer a kitchenette with a fridge, a microwave, a HD flat-screen TV and a DVD player. The pub-style rooms offer access to shared bathroom facilities.

The staff at the tour desk can assist with arranging local activities such as national park tours, walking tours of Mount Warning, river rainforest cruises and fishing trips. Guests receive free hire of DVDs from the DVD library.

The Thai/Vietnamese NamYeng Restaurant serves dinner from Monday to Saturday nights. Guests receive discounts at this restaurant, at the Haven Bar and Restaurant adjoining the property and at the nearby Cumin Kitchen.

Murwillumbah Hotel & Apartments is a 5-minute drive from Condong Sugar Mill and a 15-minute drive from Madura Tea Estates. Tropical Fruit World is a 20-minute drive away. Free covered off-street parking is available onsite.

Couples particularly like the location — they rated it 8 for a two-person trip.

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About Us

Murwillumbah – one of the ten most desirable places to live in Australia.

You are invited to come and discover this little piece of paradise.

Murwillumbah is situated on the North Coast of NSW with abundant natural beauty, rich farming land, affordable property, a friendly community and good infastructure. Who would not want to live in Muwillmbah? Seriously though, if you can’t live here we welcome you to visit and to share the magic of Murwillumbah

Located in the Tweed Valley

Murwillumbah is located in the centre of the Tweed Valley on the far north coast of New South Wales. Everything is accessible from here, we are just 15 minutes from the pristine beaches of the Tweed Coast, 30 minutes south of the Gold Coast and 40 minutes north of Byron Bay.

Unequalled natural and historic beauty

The magnificent Mt.Warning overlooks Murwillumbah and we are surrounded by five World Heritage National Parks. The area attracts many eco-tourists that want to spend time in our unique sub-tropical wildernesses. The country around Murwillumbah also supports areas of highly productive, sustainable agriculture. The area was first settled by pioneers who recognised the opportunity to grow sugar cane and bananas in an ideal climate with good soils.

Unique architecture and arts and crafts
Murwillimbah has some of the best examples of Art Deco architecture in Australia. We are home to the award winning Tweed River Art Gallery. We have great shops selling all range of beautiful things from craft jewellery to bric-a-brac and antiques. Also our museum in the old Council Chambers is worth visiting.

The best resturants and Cafes
Murwillimbah offers a range of dining experiences. The Murwillumbah Hotel has two eateries: Cumin Kitchen is considered one of the best Indian restaurants on the north coast of NSW; and Ju-Ju’s has arguably the best coffee in Murwillumbah so foodies and caffeine fiends will not be disappointed. also there is Nam Yeng the best vitenamese thai infusion in Murwillumbah and for those who enjoy a good pizza, tapas and some live music there’s Haven Bar.


The Bar
Have a drink at our fully serviced bar with cold beer and cider on tap!

Haven Bar
For the simple but classic taste of pizza and tapas, with LIVE MUSIC ( open 1200 – 2300)

Nam Yeng’s
Delicious Vitenamese and thai Infusion (open 1700 – 2130)

Rooms – Murwillumbah Hotel Double Bed Standard

So Much on Offer We have…

Double Bed | Shower – separate | Shared Bathroom | Ceiling Fans | Daily Room Service | Views | Non-Smoking | Iron/Ironing board | Laundry Facilities | Linen and Towels Provided | Dining Setting | Outdoor Setting | Stairs | Television | Lounge Area

Great rooms, great quality at affordable prices!

Contact Us

Have any questions about what we’re offering? Give us a shout!


(02) 6672 1139


13 Wharf St, Murwillumbah NSW 2484