Yes, we knew it would be cheap. Yes, we needed to book this place because no other place would accept us with our dog at the time. But we stayed for two nights when the temperatures hit record highs in Tasmania. And we felt we almost died. In particular our dog needed to be cooled with wet blankets and walked in the middle of the night.
The rooms are super basic - felt more like prison cells than motel rooms. Windows only to one side up on the top, not allowing any substantial air flow. Of course, no AC (the units installed are heaters). The place had more spacious rooms on the other side with en-suite bathrooms (we only had a shared bathroom), but those were closed for unknown reasons. The outside space you could use to have food felt like sitting in the parking lot.
We really liked Queenstown as a place to visit and explore, but we will look earlier for a better place next time.