The price is AU$167 per night from 20 Oct. to 20 Oct.AU$167
20 Oct. - 21 Oct.
4.5/5 Wonderful! (378 reviews)
"A very conveniently located hotel close to downtown Bathurst. Quiet and clean room although did have a broken closet door. Staff were friendly and helpful. Beds were comfortable although would have preferred longer pillows. Kept falling off the short pillows they have. Due to COVID restrictions, ..."
Lowest nightly price found within the past 24 hours based on a 1 night stay for 2 adults. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
Frequently asked questions
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It’s hard to predict what tomorrow might bring, so it’s good to know that you can cancel or change your Bathurst holiday package. If you made your booking in the last 24 hours, you may be eligible for a refund. If it’s an older booking, your hotel, airline or car rental company may charge a fee. Check our Customer Service Portal to find out more.
Anytime is a wonderful time of the year to holiday in Bathurst, but you’re likely to pick up the best deals in April. Prices tend to go up in December, so expect to pay top dollar for your hotel and airfares. Into sightseeing but don’t like huge crowds? Lock in your Bathurst getaway for January, December, November. Typically, it’s much quieter than in August, July, June.
Your best bet is to book early. Air carriers typically release flights up to a year in advance, and this is your chance to score some of the cheapest prices. Just been told you should take all your holiday days in a few weeks? No problem! Expedia are never short on fantastic deals to send you off on the getaway of your dreams, at a price you can afford.
Bundling your bookings into a Bathurst holiday package is the easiest way to organise your trip. Not only that, you’ll save when you combine your flights, hotels and car rentals. Once you’ve booked, why not add on a day tour or an activity?