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About Us

About Glenden Motel

  • Australian owned company
  • Offering a variety of cuisines
  • King and family rooms
  • Stunning birdlife
  • Quality services
As well as providing industrial hospitality services on a contract basis, we own and operate accommodation villages.
From preparing three meals a day to managing airports, you can be sure that your working community gets the special attention they deserve. We focus on the unique needs of your FIFO / DIDO worker; we actually care about what is important to them. This focus produces unprecedented results - happier, healthier and more productive people.

Offering a combination of single, queen, king, and family sized rooms, Glenden Motel is known for its stunning birdlife including the boldly colourful Lorikeet. Glenden Motel is a cut above the rest, offering a licensed a la carte restaurant serving seasonal modern Australian cuisine with monthly theme menu nights offering a variety of cuisines - variety is the spice of life.

We provide quality remote site catering, cleaning, accommodation and facilities management solutions to mining and construction villages in remote communities.

We actually care about what is important to our people. We provide tasty, nutritious and safe food inviting rooms with a touch of luxury. We provide friendly personal service, recreational encouragement and relaxing ambiance.

Payment Methods

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074 914 560

Products and Services




Double Rooms, Family Rooms, Single Rooms


Bar, Car Parking, Dining Room, Family Rooms, Fax Services, Gymnasium, Internet Access, Laundry, Pool, Recreational, Restaurant


Long Term, Monthly, Short Term, Weekly


DVDs, Hair Dryers, Irons, Lifts, Mini Bars, Refrigerators, Tea & Coffee Making, Telephones, TVs, Videos


A La Carte, Fully Licensed, Groups

Catering to











Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch





Accommodation Type



Heritage, Modern

Service Option

Airport Transfers, Delivery


Accredited, Certified, Guaranteed, Licensed

Hours of Operation

Open 24hrs


  • Why do i need to have a medical test ?

    We have a Duty of Care to ensure our employees are not placed in roles that may potentially harm them or place them at risk. An important part of our recruitment process is to ensure our candidates are physically able to perform the duties they are being considered for. All pre-employment medicals are paid for by Morris.

  • What is difference between FIFO and DIDO and who pays?

    FIFO (Fly In / Fly Out) is a benefit offered to those staff working in very remote sites and is generally provided free of charge to the employee. DIDO refers to Drive In / Drive Out and is at the employee's expense and in their own time. Some roles are specifically designated as either FIFO or DIDO and you will be advised of this at the interview stage or it will be indicated on the job vacancy.

  • Is there a difference in salary?

    Although we work under an ECA (Employee Collective Agreement) salaries can vary above this according to the project and your roster. This will always be discussed and agreed to at the interview stage.

  • What opportunities are there for Promotions?

    Due to the regular opening of new sites, we have many opportunities for our employees to grow with the company. Many of our managers have grown from within the ranks and developed their skills and experience to prepare them for higher responsibilities.

  • What is my Uniform?

    Staffs are issued with safety boots and safety uniforms free of charge upon commencement. It is very important that these are worn correctly at all times whilst on roster.

  • Can i change my Roster after i start?

    We are guided by the requirements of our clients, so in most cases your roster will remain unchanged unless you change working location / project

  • What Roster will i be working?

    This can vary according to the site but you could be working a two week on / one week off roster, 28 days on / 9 days off or other combination. This will always be discussed and agreed to at the interview stage.

  • What are my hours of work?

    This can vary but usually employees are required to work a minimum 10-hour day for the duration of their roster. Many staff is also required to work night shift or very early breakfast shift.

  • Will i get paid overtime?

    Yes - our employees who are covered by our ECA are paid for all work performed outside of their normal rostered hours.

  • Where are Morris sites lo

    Morris operates sites, which are mainly located in outback Queensland, and Western Australia, servicing mining and construction projects. Wherever possible we try to recruit locally based employees although, due to remote locations, this is not always possible. Location preferences can be discussed with you at interview stage. Due to the contract nature of our work, some sites are only operational for short periods.