Ballina Manor Boutique Hotel

This compact boutique and hotel and fine dining restaurant is like stepping back in time to the roaring 20s. Historical spacious rooms, large bedsteads and winding staircases give the impression of its bygone era. Wi-Fi and satellite TVs offer a small glimpse of the 21 st Century!

 
 
 
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Ballina

Experiences in Australia


Ballina travel

Ballina is on an island on the Richmond River in the north of New South Wales. A popular spot for tourism due to the beaches and climate. Ballina is derived from the Aboriginal word "bullenah" the word for plentiful oysters.

Alstonville
A small village in the hinterland between Ballina and Lismore with antique and gift shops.

Kerry Saxby Walkway
A walkway that starts behind the Ballina visitor centre to the river mouth.

Naval and Maritime Museum
The main attraction is a restored Las Balsas Expedition raft that sailed from South America in 1973.

Shelly Beach
A family beach where dolphins are often seen and whales offshore between June and October.

 

 

Hotel Ballina Manor
Noted for the friendly welcome. Ballina Manor Boutique Hotel is a luxury hotel and fine dining restaurant housed in a converted historic building on Ballina Island. The hotel has 12 rooms, all with en suite bathroom and access to either a common or private balcony which is appreciated. Hotel reviewer

Thursday Plantation Visitors Centre - Founded in 1976 this original Tea Tree Company can be found at Gallans Rd, Ballina. Thursday Plantation is the brand name for the products it produces, the plantation itself and the visitors centre. Enjoy discovering these wonderful natural products. Relax in the rainforest garden and regional sculpture park and the magnificent “Spirit of Australia Maze”. Open 7 days a week.  Paula Duggan

 

 
 
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