Our beautiful grassy park is designed for the traveller who wants to enjoy a real outback experience with genuine customer service. Awarded Trip Advisors 2013 AND 2014 Customer Excellence Award, our goal is for you to feel like you've come home.
Conveniently located IN TOWN, we are walking distance to town, pubs and restaurants. You don't have to worry about hitting a roo when you stay with us in town.!!
We offer self contained units that are spacious and modern, with special needs facilities and designed for families. We also offer PET FRIENDLY accommodation where your fur child can sleep inside with you! We have a camp kitchen, 2 amenities blocks, a dump point, Free WIFI and a BBQ area. Now with larger sites to offer more room in which to relax.
Our STAY N SAVE vouchers can save you up to $30 on items including , fuel, food, souvenirs, hair and beauty and much much more.
We are the ORGINAL and best place in Charleville of our famous camp oven dinners, Lamb on the Spit Roasts and Yabby Races. WHY would you want to stay anywhere else?
THANK YOU TO ALL OUR WONDERFUL GUESTS IN 2013 ,WHO HAVE RAISED $3450 FOR THE RURAL FIRE SERVICE AT OUR YABBY RACES.IN 2014 WE ARE RAISING MONEY FOR AUSSIE HELPERS.. A CHARITY RUN BY LOCALS AND ASSISTS THOSE ON THE LAND AFFECTED BY HARDSHIP.
Keep an eye on this site in 2015 for details of vaious musicians who will be visiting our the duration of the season!!
The largest town in South West Queensland, Charleville houses a population of approximately 3500 and is a rich pastoral area. With a history dating back as far as 1847 Charleville has prospered despite many a drought and flood, as well as having played a significant part in Australia's early pioneer history.
Today Charleville is a vibrant town with good shopping, restaurants and medical facilities. A trip through the West will not be complete without spending a few days sight seeing and getting to know our many local characters. Did you know that it was in Charleville that Cobb and Co had their largest and longest running coach making factory and it was also in Charleville that the famous rainmaking experiment, the Vortex Gun was carried out? You can still see the vortex guns, or maybe you may like to visit the Bureau of Meteorology, explore the secrets of WWII held at the Charlville Airport, take a scenic flight over the beautiful mulga and gidgea country or perhaps just relax and take a heritage drive or walk. Book for a night and you will want to stay for a week!