Where to Stay

Barraba offers a wide range of accommodation options from modern hotel rooms to scenic camp grounds.

Camp Sites.


The Playhouse Hotel


image 7121-123 Queen Street

Ph : (02) 6782 1109
Email: [email protected]
Web: www.playhousehotel.com

Boutique accommodation with a difference…

The Playhouse Hotel makes a lovely place for a quiet overnight stay… and with its sun-drenched restaurant, vine-covered courtyard and 80-seat private theatre, it’s also the perfect venue for retreats, conferences and reunions… or that special celebration.


Barraba Motel


Barraba Hotel

17 Edward Street

Ph: (02) 6782 1555
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://barrabamotel.wix.com/or-this

Barraba Motel is a quiet motel, within walking distance of the town centre and local facilities. It is a picturesque modern brick A-frame building, in a secluded setting, off the main road.

The Restaurant is open and operating from 7am till 9pm 7 days  .. Homestyle meals, Devonshire Teas and All Day Breakfasts are available.


The Commercial Hotel



136 Queen Street

Ph: (02) 6782 1023

The Commercial Hotel is a place to gather and enjoy food that nourishes in all ways; a place where you build community. When you walk in the door there is smile and a genuine hand shake or a slap on the back, welcoming you home. Great food provided by Rechelle and Allistair that is as likely to come from the kitchen garden as anywhere else, and a menu that makes you nod your head and smile. This is a place that is getting back to the basics and doing it with heart.

With a great atmosphere, excellent pub food and evening functions available, it is a warm and friendly place to stop in the heart of the New England only an hour from Tamworth.


The Victoria Hotel



82 Queen Street
Ph: (02) 6782 1004

The Victoria Hotel was built as a hotel, but initially the CBC Bank opened it as a bank. On 18th April 1894, the bank was held up and the Manager, Mr McKay was shot dead. The bushrangers were subsequently caught, Alex Lee and John Cummins were hung after being convicted of the crime. These two bushrangers were the first to be hung in Tamworth. After shooting the manager, the bushrangers heard his wife in the dining room and shot twice through the door at her, but missed her. The bullet holes are still in the door today!


Barraba Caravan Park



Bridge Street

opposite bowling club

Ph: (02) 6782 1818
Mob: 0448 821 818
Fax: (02) 6782 2027
Web: www.barrabacaravanpark.com.au

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BarrabaCaravanPark/

Pets allowed under control. Self contained. cabins available. On-site van includes tea/coffee making, refrigerator, cooking facilities. The best thing about the park though is Bob, who goes out of his way to make sure you are comfortable and have an enjoyable stay.