Lees Motel Ingham

  • Wallaman Falls, Ingham

Phone: 07 4776 1577

 

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Ingham Motel accommodation:

Within the recently refurbished Motel we have 20 ensuite motel rooms. All of our beds are Sealy ensembles for absolute comfort with super comfy pillow top mattresses. Rooms are fully carpeted with tea and coffee making facilities and air conditioning systems that run in almost complete silence.

  • Deluxe ‘Pillow Top’ Mattresses
  • Queen Size Beds
  • Deluxe King Singles
  • Ensuite Bathrooms
  • Split Cycle Air Conditioning
  • 32” Flat Screen TV
  • Tea & Coffee making facilities

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Phone: 07 4776 1577

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Wallaman Falls

Wallaman Falls

Lees Motel is the perfect base from which to explore Wallaman Falls – the highest, permanent, single-drop waterfall in Australia.  Wallaman Falls is part of the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area, home to some of the oldest rainforests on earth and many endangered plants and animals.  The pool at the end of the waterfall is 20 metres deep. The waterfall is formed by a tributary of the Herbert River, Stony Creek, which plunges over …
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Tyto Wetlands

Tyto Wetlands

Lees Motel Ingham is directly across the road and just a short walk away from Tyto Wetlands – a unique 120 hectare rehabilitated wetland site that is home to over 230 species of birds and numerous tropical plant species in addition to the beautiful Agile Wallaby. Tyto Wetlands is one of Australia’s largest urban wetland rehabilitation projects. The wetlands have been revegetated and repaired to attract a variety of birdlife. It is truly a bird watchers paradise …
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Refurbished but true blue!

Refurbished but true blue!

In the 2012 North Queensland Tourism Awards, Lees received the Finalist Award for “Unique Accommodation”, something to be proud of when you consider the number of motels in North Queensland. Built over the site of the original 1885 ‘Day Dawn Hotel’ made famous by Slim Dusty in the late 1950s,  the entire building has been extensively refurbished throughout 2011/2012. A true blue pedigree … an iconic landmark of Australian history …
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