AZA Motel Pool Area and Motel Facilities

After a great day of sightseeing or to unwind at the end of the working day, cool off in our large salt water swimming pool. Perhaps enjoy a poolside BBQ with facilities to be found in the pool area.

An on-site Guest Laundry is available.

Secure off street parking is available to all guests and with prior notice, we can accommodate the larger vehicle with trailer parking.

If attending an event at the Lismore Regional Art Gallery, we have available a very convenient direct walking access, which will take you through to the Gallery complex.

The AZA Motel does have a height restriction (2.3metres) on the main entry driveway into the motel from Keen Street, but access is also available into our secure parking area through a rear entry point, upon prior notice to us.

Lismore Regional Gallery – adjacent to our pool and courtyard area.

 

One of the amazing displays currently at the LISMORE REGIONAL GALLERY is the “HANNAH CABINET” simply an amazing piece of artistry in cabinet work – not to be missed!

The exciting “2018 ARCHIBALD PRIZE” Exhibition NOW showing until the 16th June 2019 – Stay with us and be our guest, to view this amazing exhibition.

 

THE HANNAH CABINET

COMPLIMENTARY PASS (verified upon check-in at the AZA) to view the2018 ARCHIBALD PRIZE exhibition when staying overnight at the AZA MOTEL (1 per person) until the 16th June 2019.

Geoff Hannah worked on the cabinet for a period of six and a half years.

The Cabinet is made in the traditional European style and consists of 34 different types of solid timbers and veneers, 4 kinds of rare shells and 17 varieties of precious and semi-precious stones with the main frame being mahogany and the columns ebony.

When Bungendore Wood Works Gallery near Canberra recently displayed the cabinet, visitations increased by 44%. David MacLaren, the Artistic Director stated “the Hannah Cabinet should remain in Australia and be placed in a national public gallery or institution, under expert care, to thrill Australians and visitors to this country for decades, if not centuries to come”