A Unique Outback Experience. Antiques surround you in 16 beautifully appointed spacious suites, most with king-size beds. Choose from Heritage, Self-contained or Family units, all set in 2 hectares of Award-Winning Gardens, yet sill in Bourke CBD.
Want a complete outback experience? Then come to Comeroo Camel Station - Back of Bourke hospitality at its best! Comeroo Camel Station is a 100,000 acre cattle property on the Cuttaburra Creek offering farmstay accommodation, camping or bed and breakfast accommodation. Backpackers are welcome, and all rooms are air-conditioned.
Activities available include fishing, yabbying, canoeing, hot artisan bore bath, bush walks, camel wagon rides or camp out overnight with camels, camp oven cooking, camp kitchen, barbecue area, property tours, camel treks of one to 10 days, abundant birds and wildlife to watch and photograph.
Heritage listed bed and breakfast Ardsilla House is a particularly intact example of an ornate late 19th century home displaying fine timber craftsmen ship, it also has strong links with the general history of Bourke having been used as a private hospital, surgery and stately home.
Ardsilla House has two beautifully decorated rooms with veranda access through French doors, one with en suite, the other with access to the main bathroom containing a clawed bath. Ardsilla also has a large pool and delightful garden areas, off street parking and fully air conditioned.
Generous country style continental breakfast served to your room or veranda, evening meals are also available with prior notice.
Host Julie Murphy is a 4th generation born local, with a love of history and country living. They look forward to sharing their home and its history with their guests.
Located about 8Km north of Bourke along the Mitchell Highway and situated on the banks of the mighty Darling River, Kidmanís Camp is a destination in its own right.
Ranging from practical units with shared amenities, through to our popular unique and stylish fully self-contained luxury chalets, there are 20 cabins on site. Located around the park in a variety of configurations, there is an option to suit every family and individual.
There are over 90 powered caravan sites, large and small, set amongst the extensive maintained gardens of the camp. Shady refuges and colourful gardens are dotted around the grounds with an impressive amenities block that includes showers and toilets (with accessible stalls), laundry, and kitchen. There are also swimming pools and BBQ areas.
With the campfire poetry that is a key event on every itinerary, access to the river and paddleboat Jandra, and complimentary bus pick up and return from two restaurants, Kidmanís Camp has the accommodation option for you in a safe, serene setting in the iconic Outback.
Belah Shearers' Quarters are located within Gundabooka National Park.
Bourke is the closest township, approximately 50 kilometres from the entrance to Gundabooka National Park. Belah Shearers Quarters is approximately 43 kilometres from the entrance to the Park on the Bourke/Cobar (Kidman Highway) road.
Belah Shearers' Quarters' accommodates up to 12 people in six rooms.
Comfortable outback accommodation with fully-equipped kitchen, communal kitchen/dining, beds and air-conditioning. The toilets and showers are located in a separate building. Belah is surrounded by red soils, low lying bush lands and is off the beaten track within Gundabooka National Park. It is ideal for groups or extended family groups.
Bring your own linen, blankets, pillows and towels and insect repellents.
Bookings are essential and can be made direct to the National Parks Bourke Area Office (BAO). The closure of the accommodation for maintenance etc, may occur throughout the year, therefore please contact the BAO....