BAR | RESTAURANT | ACCOMMODATION
Established in 1930, the Coorow Hotel has long been the heart and soul of Coorow. She is a distinguished building housing twelve thoughtfully decorated rooms, a sophisticated open-plan bar, private dining room and vast beer garden with children's play area.
Located atop a grand jarrah staircase, each room is uniquely furnished. Antique, retro pieces paired with modern finishes such as flatscreen televisions, ducted aircon and wall-mounted heaters create a comfortable environment for your next stay.
Monday ~ Sunday
5pm - late
Monday ~ Sunday
6pm - 9pm
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$15 per lunch. Must be
pre-ordered the night prior.
Complimentary light, continental breakfast for all overnight guests.
Generous grassed area, sand pit
and cubby house. Perfect for the kids!
THINGS TO DO
The Shire of Coorow became an Astro-Tourism town in July 2019. Waddy Forest Hall and the Coorow Golf Club are perfect sites for stargazing. If astrophotography is your thing, head to the Touche Road Lakes! BYO telescope!
Coorow is one of nine Shires that produce spectacular displays of native flowering plants during spring. Head to the Coorow Farm and be lead through carpets of everlastings on the Bart Maley Memorial Trail. Unique wreath flowers can be found east of Coorow; while orchids such as these little guys are abundant just two kilometres north of town!
Formed some 2.5 billion years ago, the Jingamia Cave is a geological formation known as Noondine Chert. Here you can see unique flora that only grows in association with chert. Wear sturdy shoes as trails are on uneven ground with loose stones.
Don and I had a great night at the Coorow Hotel last night. Thanks Stacey for the great hospitality, delicious food and comfortable accommodation. Excellent stopover spot on the Midlands Road on the way back to Perth from Kalbarri!
Deborah Spittle, July 2020