Stay at the Grand

Enjoy Your Stay!

Real country town living

Don’t just stop by for the entertainment, enjoy the full experience by booking a stay at the Grand! We offer single, queen and family rooms to suit visiting parties of different sizes. All of our rooms are beautifully outfitted and come with quality linens, a fridge, tea, coffee and a host of other delightful extras. Have a relaxing hot shower in our shared ladies and gents bathrooms and enjoy refreshing reverse air conditioning. There’s also a kitchenette available if you’d like to cook during your stay. While our hotel is wheelchair accessible, our accommodations are located upstairs.

From our central location in Childers, our spacious balcony offers an impressive view of the township, IGA supermarket and several other attractions nearby. Book your next stay to see it all for yourself (and don’t forget to ask about our weekly special rates)!

Single Rooms

Queen Rooms

Family Rooms

Explore Childers & its surrounds

Ready to explore Childers from your base at The Grand? Here are some great local spots you can check out!

Russo Nature Park

Nature lovers can head 7km north and enjoy the unspoilt natural beauty of Russo Nature Park. Here you’ll find a huge selection of wildlife to observe on your trip. You can explore Stockyard Creek, trek along the walking tracks, have a picnic in the shade. Whatever you choose, it’s a great place for outdoor fun!

Where is it?: 114 Park Avenue

Flying High Bird Park

Birdwatching is even more extraordinary at the Flying High Bird Park! You can explore 5,000m2 of walk-in aviary with hundreds of birds by following the 400m walking track. Some of the birds are separated for their protection but most are flying free. Come alone or bring the family, it’s great fun either way!

Where is it?: 1293 Bruce Highway

Vintners Secret

Lovers of fine wine, decadent cuisine, captivating art and beautiful ambience can have their fill at Vintners Secret. This venue provides the perfect backdrop to special events like weddings, corporate functions or even a nice dinner with a focus on personalised service so you can always feel catered to.

Where is it?: 135 North Isis Road

Military Museum

For history buffs, the Military Museum is home to an impressive collection of memorabilia and appliances from a range of emergency services including nurses and the fire brigade. Altogether there are over 30,000 pieces on display from all over the world! The museum honours the service of Australians in previous and current conflicts.

Where is it?: 48B Ashby Lane

Old Pharmacy Museum

In 1894, Thomas Gaydon came to Childers to serve as pharmacist, anaesthetist, dentist and photographer. The location he worked from, Gaydon’s Building, is now home to the old Pharmacy Building and filled with an eclectic mix of pharmaceutical displays from an era long past. Feel free to stop by and look at the devices, glasses, powders and other relics from Australia’s pharmaceutical past.

Where is it?: 90 Churchill Street

Mammino Ice Cream

The Mamminos began serving delightful homemade ice-creams in the 90s. Their wide range of innovative and delicious flavours has helped them win multiple awards as one of Childers’ most iconic brands. The Ricciardi’s continue the family tradition providing mouth-watering treats to the community as the owners of Mammino Gourmet Ice Cream since 2017. If you love macadamia nuts, prepare for something phenomenal!

Where is it?: 115 Lucketts Road

Paragon Theatre

A fellow heritage-listed site, The Paragon was designed and constructed in the 1920s and recently restored and reopened to the public. The stunning architecture makes it perfect for viewing classic films from cinema’s golden age as well as classes, tours and other events. With an Espresso bar on-site open 7-days a week, you can even stop by to dine alfresco and enjoy a fantastic selection of local beverages and treats!

Where is it?: 75 Churchill Street

Snakes Downunder

While the snake population is emphasised in the name, Snakes Downunder Reptile Park and Zoo is actually home to a sizable collection of amphibians and marsupials too. You can hand feed some of the animals, walk through the dragons’ and frogs’ vivarium and if you book in advance, you can enjoy a Meerkat Encounter. Visitors can also symbolically adopt the animal of their choice!

Where is it?: 51 Lucketts Road