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Hotels in City (Grafton), New South Wales

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Albion Hotel

Albion Hotel Looks an interesting Hotel.

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201 Queen Street,
Grafton
New South Wales 2460
Phone:
02 6642 2192
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Clocktower Hotel

Former Parkview Hotel This hotel unfortunatly burned down in June 2002 & stayed vacant land for 6 years. Then the Dougherty family bought the land & built a brand new hotel on the vacant land opening it's doors for patrons on 4th July 2008....

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93 Prince Street,
(On Graftons Main Street)
Grafton, NSW
Phone:
(02) 6643 1122
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Crown Hotel

Crown Hotel This hotel is built on the site of Grafton's first hotel c1840's.

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1 Prince Street,River end of Graftons Main Street)
Grafton,
NSW
Phone:
02 6642 4000
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Grafton Hotel

Grafton Hotel

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97 Fitzroy Street, (Graftons Main Street)
Grafton,
New South Wales 2460
Phone:
02 6642 2000
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Grafton Village Green Hotel

Grafton Village Green Hotel Opened in 1904 as Clarkes Imperial Hotel with a licence granted to Mr AJ Clark. Changed name in 1990 to Village Green Hotel * Restaurant * TAB * Drive through bottleshop

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230 Pound Street,
Grafton
New South Wales 2460
Phone:
02 6642 2095
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Jacaranda Hotel

Jacaranda Hotel

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154 Pound Street,
Grafton
New South Wales 2460
Phone:
02 66422579.
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Post Office Hotel

Post Office Hotel The Hotel was established in 1860.

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58 Victoria Street,
Grafton
New South Wales 2460
Phone:
02 6642 2199
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Roches' Family Hotel

Roches' Family Hotel A top Pub with good accommodation, meals and beer. A bonus for me was Cooper's Pale on tap.

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68 Victoria Street,
Grafton
New South Wales 2460
Phone:
02 6642 2866
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Former European Hotel

Former European Hotel

Former European Hotel Built in the 1860's as the European Hotel. Closed ?

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207 Prince Street,
Grafton
New South Wales 2460
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Former Weileys Hotel

Former Weileys Hotel

Former Weileys Hotel This Hotel was rebuilt in 1909 to replace the one that burn down. Hotel closed 10/12/2005.

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90 Prince Street, (On Graftons'Main Street)
Grafton,
New South Wales 2460
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Information on City (Grafton), NSW

Grafton is famous for its trees, graceful old buildings and mighty river. There are now some 7000 trees in Grafton and many beautiful parks.

The most famous of the trees is the Jacaranda which flowers each year in October, providing a spectacular setting for the annual Jacaranda Festival.

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