Moe, Victoria Accommodation
Moe Accommodation Map
98 Narracan Drive
Reception is open from
7.30 am- 10.00pm daily.
Wireless Broadband Internet now available.
Hotel Services and Amenities
Solar Heated Outdoor Pool Picnic Area
Guest Use Fax Machine*
Guest Use Copy Machine*
Video Cassette Player Available*
Services/Amenities in All Rooms
Non-Smoking Rooms Available In-Room Air Conditioning
Services/Amenities in Some Rooms
In-Bath Whirlpool Mini-Bar*
- Indicates Services and Amenities may require an additional cost.
No Pets Allowed
Our fresh and modern 28 units, nestled in a tranquil 3 acre garden setting provides all the creature comforts you expect and more.
Comfortable queen sized beds, licensed mini bars, free Austar, full pressure showers, central heating, reverse cycle heating/cooling, electric blankets, non smoking/smoking, large private solar heated pool. All rooms are at ground level with parking at your door.
The best-cooked breakfast in the Valley is available from 6:30am onwards. For your evening meal there is Rookies Bar and Restaurant next door or enjoy a meal delivered to your room. Charge back available from other restaurants.
The Motel is 1.2 km's from the town centre were you will find among many shops and business the Moe RSL and the Moe Racing Club both with first class facilities.
Whether on corporate business, touring, a group/family, or for a special event, we cater to all.
Moe hosts a fine horse racing track for gallops. It is also now the southern entrance to the Baw Baw National Park.
From Moe, you can take day trips (or stay-over) north up to Thompson Dam
(Trivia note: the spelling of the name of the Thompson Dam versus the old Thomson railway station at the bridge over the Thomson River...
There are numerous examples of variations in the spelling of Thomson or Thompson in the area - even the local street signs vary!)
A recommendation: Check out the local pubs for dining or drop into Michael Gotis' cafe/restaurant for some great take-away or eat-in experiences of great roasts!
We've made this a 'must-stop-and-eat' point en route to the hills for years now, and never been disappointed!
See "Michael's at 50 George St at the end of town opposite the railway!..... Gaz.
The area was settled in the 1850s and the township of Moe was originally located 3 km to the north of its present site.