Grand Western Lodge

The Grand Western Lodge (GWL) was constructed in 1901 in the centre of the historic town of Millthorpe, NSW. It was built in the heyday of rural development and operated as a Castlemaine Tooheys Hotel until 1961. In 1987, the building was converted into a licensed boarding house for people with disabilities. In June 2020, the building was purchased by Ian Gillings from Sydney and meticulously restored to its former glory as a private boutique hotel.

It has been purposely designed to meet the needs of FIFO contractors working in the region and complies with the highest OH&S standards and expectations. It is a short 17-minute drive to the new Cadia Mine Gate and access to the Flyers Creek Wind Farm. GWL operates as an in-house café and restaurant for its guests who exclusively use its facilities.
Nineteen bespoke rooms and private fully catered accommodation in the heart of Millthorpe:
• 3 King Bedrooms (2 bedrooms and a bathroom assessable to wheelchairs)
• 6 Queen Bedrooms
• 10 King-Single rooms
• Minimum monthly stays and longer contracts will be given priority, and substantial pricing benefits
• Breakfast, lunches (daily crib prepared to order) and set-course dinners
• Complementary Services and Features
• BBQ and outside dining
• Block out curtains and blinds
• Coffee, tea, fruit and snacks
• Keyless 24/7 check-in and access
• Off-street parking
• Super-fast internet , unlimited Wi-Fi Download-96 Upload-92 (last reading)
• Towels, linen, soaps, shampoo, and antiseptic washes and dressing gowns
• Week-to-week luggage storage


27 Victoria Street
Millthorpe NSW 2798.

Wheelchair Access