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Picton, NSW, Australia
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Picton Valley Motel
8.2 Excellent
1665 Remembrance Drive, Picton, NSW, Australia
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0.9 mi from city centre, Picton 
ExcellentBased on 334 reviews
8.2

Picton Valley Motel Australia is situated in Picton and offers complimentary wireless internet. It is conveniently located for those wishing to visit the area's popular attractions.

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Cheapest month:May
Most expensive month:April
Average price in Picton:£85/night
Cheapest price found:£69/night
Cheapest day:Thursday
Most expensive day:Friday
£82 - £88
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£81 - £209
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Picton Valley Motel
8.2 Excellent
1665 Remembrance Drive, Picton, NSW, Australia
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0.9 mi from city centre,  

Picton Valley Motel Australia is situated in Picton and offers complimentary wireless internet. It is conveniently located for those wishing to visit the area's popular attractions.

£74
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Picton Valley Motel
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Picton Valley Motel

1665 Remembrance Drive, Picton, NSW, Australia

8.2. Excellent
£74

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No. 2 most popular

Bargo Motor Inn

3568 Remembrance Drive, Picton, NSW, Australia

8.0. Excellent
£54

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About Picton

From historic colonial architecture to flower-filled gardens, Picton is a charming town in rural New South Wales. You can explore bushwalking trails, tee off at the local golf course and shop for local produce at one of the region's best farmers markets.

Things to do

Picton is anchored by a lively town centre dotted with beautiful colonial buildings housing a collection of cafes, antique stores and historic country pubs. The George IV Inn is Picton's signature pub, pouring pints since 1839. On the first Sunday of each month, Picton throws its famous Creative Trader Market, showcasing local produce from across the Macarthur Region.

Golf lovers will jump at the chance to tee off at the Antill Park Country Golf Club. After a leisurely round, why not enjoy lunch at the clubhouse? It's located in Jarvisfield House, a Heritage-listed homestead built in the 1860s by a local farmer.

A short drive out of town is Thirlmere Lakes National Park, a picturesque area dotted with five freshwater lakes and crisscrossed with scenic bushwalking trails. You can enjoy a picnic, canoe on the waterways and admire colourful wildflowers. The park is also brimming with birdlife, so keep your eyes peeled for white-faced herons and white-bellied sea eagles.

There's no better place to discover the state's rich agricultural heritage than Mowbray Park Farmstay. It offers a behind-the-scenes look at life on a working farm, with the chance to shear sheep, milk cows, groom horses and train working dogs.

Getting around

The Picton town centre is small and easy to get around on foot, but you’ll need a car to explore the rest of the Macarthur Region. From Sydney, the drive to Picton takes around 90 minutes. Regional buses also make the trip.

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From historic colonial architecture to flower-filled gardens, Picton is a charming town in rural New South Wales. You can explore bushwalking trails, tee off at the local golf course and shop for local produce at one of the region's best farmers markets.

Things to do in Picton

Picton is anchored by a lively town centre dotted with beautiful colonial buildings housing a collection of cafes, antique stores and historic country pubs. The George IV Inn is Picton's signature pub, pouring pints since 1839. On the first Sunday of each month, Picton throws its famous Creative Trader Market, showcasing local produce from across the Macarthur Region.

Golf lovers will jump at the chance to tee off at the Antill Park Country Golf Club. After a leisurely round, why not enjoy lunch at the clubhouse? It's located in Jarvisfield House, a Heritage-listed homestead built in the 1860s by a local farmer.

A short drive out of town is Thirlmere Lakes National Park, a picturesque area dotted with five freshwater lakes and crisscrossed with scenic bushwalking trails. You can enjoy a picnic, canoe on the waterways and admire colourful wildflowers. The park is also brimming with birdlife, so keep your eyes peeled for white-faced herons and white-bellied sea eagles.

There's no better place to discover the state's rich agricultural heritage than Mowbray Park Farmstay. It offers a behind-the-scenes look at life on a working farm, with the chance to shear sheep, milk cows, groom horses and train working dogs.

Getting around Picton

The Picton town centre is small and easy to get around on foot, but you’ll need a car to explore the rest of the Macarthur Region. From Sydney, the drive to Picton takes around 90 minutes. Regional buses also make the trip.

  • What are the best hotels in Picton?

    One of the most popular hotels in Picton is Picton Valley Motel, which has been reviewed by 334 users and currently has a rating of 8.2/10. Other top-rated locations include Bargo Motor Inn and Fullcircle Farm Bed & Breakfast, which have received 8.0/10 and 9.4/10 ratings from our users, respectively.