Alroy Station is a working sheep and cattle station situates in remote outback Queensland. Only 60 km off the adventure highway past Eula, you are warmly invites to stay a while and enjoy a truly unique camping experience!
Ringers Rest RV Park ~ Bush Camp caters for vehicles of all shapes & sizes (preferably self-contained). Immerse yourself in the tranquility of the Australian Bush. Relax beneath the stars by the communal campfire at night; enjoy bush walks & wildlife viewing by day. Minutes from our town centre, yet you will feel a million miles away.
"Noonbah Station sprawls across 52,000 hectares (128,000 acres) of ridges, flats, ancient hills and vast flood-outs at the head of the world renowned Channel Country.
An operational beef cattle property, as well as a home and business, Noonbah has been in the Emmott family for four generations… over 100 years."
"Woodleigh Station is a north Queensland cattle property that’s been in our family for five generations. We love it, and we love sharing our lifestyle, striking landscape, and outback experiences with visitors from around the world.
Woodleigh holds the best of both worlds – easily accessible from Cairns and the Atherton Tablelands, it's still far enough off the beaten track for you to fully experience Aussie country life.
For an authentic Australian experience and genuine homemade hospitality, book your stay with us today"
"Come and meet the Nywaigi Aboriginal people, the Aboriginal traditional owners of the lands around Ingham in North Queensland. Experience our rich culture and history. Learn of the often brutal conflict between Nywaigi Aboriginal people and European settlers that shaped the destiny of North Queensland.
Explore the property established by James Cassady, who fled the potato famine of Ireland and created a pastoral dynasty. Visit the birthplace of the world famous Droughtmaster cattle breed, the original homestead, the graves of James Cassady and his son."
"Cameron and Michelle MacLean, along with their children Sammy-Jo, Holly and Clay, welcome you to join them on their 416,000 acre cattle station on Cape York Peninsula in North Queensland.
Having bought Merluna in 2004 the MacLean family renovated the stockman's quarters into comfortable Station Stay accommodation comprising of 3 Ensuite Units, A Family Unit, 5 twin share single bed Rooms, and 15 single Donga Rooms – all air conditioned. There is also a shaded campground with a large Camp Kitchen and Recreation Shed.
There's something for everyone whether it's just to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life to listen and watch the birds and native animals in their natural environment, or kick back and relax in the peaceful, tranquil settings."
"Welcome to Lara Wetlands. The land of plenty, spend some time at one of our tranquil shady camping spots surrounded by Wetlands abundant with Bird & Wildlife a photographers joy; enjoy a campfire and star gazing at night, whilst enjoying the sounds of the nightlife.
All size vans and mobile homes welcome, plus tent sites available.
No powered sites, generators welcome in designated area’s only
Fresh Artesian drinking water.
Thermal controlled Artesian Mineral Hot Pool included in fee.
Flush toilets & Hot & Cold Showers available.
Gray Dump facility for chemical toilets.
Pets welcome, must be restrained at all times, cattle on property.
Camping Fees. $10pp. per night, extra person $5, family package, no EFTPOS available. "
Kilcowera Station Stay is a large organically run Cattle Station 1200 kilometers west of Brisbane on the Dowling Track in the Outback. Accommodation for visitors is provided in our modern and comfortable Shearers Quarters or try our camping sites by Cardenyabba Lagoon. Try our guided or self guided tours of the property and visit Lake Wyara part of Currawinya National Park. Kilcowera Farm Stay is open to visitors from late March through to 31st October. We are also a fully operating cattle station so sometimes we may be working with our cattle and musterers. Visitors are welcome at the same time.
Kenilworth Homestead is a privately run outdoor education, family camping and function centre, right on the bank of the beautiful Mary River and just 2km from the township of Kenilworth. Camping, Caravan, Camper, and Motor Home all are welcomed at the Homestead. If you have any questions then please do not hesitate to contact us. Open for Camping on the weekends and Queensland School Holidays. Please be aware unregistered vehicles (including motobikes) are NOT allowed to be ridden/driven on the property at any time.
Karma Waters is 200km North West of Cairns on the northern side of the Mitchell River. The property is approximately 45000 hectares, made up of shaly or greywacke ridges. Access is via the Mulligan highway, 25km west of Mt. Carbine and along Hurricane road and Karma Waters road."
"There are endless things to absorb or to do at Charlotte Plains if you like the outdoors. Of course depending on the seasons and the time of year you need to chose wisely.
Wildlife, Painting, Photography, Station Work, History Tours, Bathing are but to name a few. You can experience the good seasons and the bad, with drought – that’s life. You can relax in the peace and quiet and wide open spaces or have your own party! Either way Charlotte Plains will have you wanting to come back."
Bramwell Station is the most northerly cattle station in Australia and offers a wide variety of services to the Cape York Peninsula. Located 3 hours North of Weipa or Archer River and 5 hours South of The Tip at the start of the OTL-4WD Adventure Track.
Apart from being a working cattle station, Bramwell welcomes all Cape York visitors to our Tourist Park where we have been catering for bus tours and individual tours since 1983. The Bramwell Station Tourist Park is just 6km off the main road to the Tip – the Bamaga Road and offers accommodation units or camping grounds in a picturesque Cape York setting, adjacent the original homestead and cattle yards.
"Boondooma Homestead was the centre of the original Boondooma Station, which was settled in 1846 by three young Scotsmen. It was originally bounded by the hill east of Proston, Brovinia Creek to the north, Darr Creek to the south, and the Dividing Range to the west – a total of nearly 1,000 square miles.
The homestead is one of the few remaining examples of an elegant wooden home built 1854-55. Visitors can walk through several buildings constructed in the 1850s, and spend time in the gardens, enjoying trees and vines also dating from the 1850s.
Many/some people find connections with family members who lived or worked on Boondooma Station in years gone by.
Detailed information is available about our buildings, museum and the people of Boondooma Station."
"Adels Grove is located 10km from the Lawn Hill Gorge, Boodjamulla National Park and 50km from the world heritage Riversleigh Fossil fields. Visitors have the option of Camping or enjoying our dinner, bed and breakfast accommodation in either furnished river tents or rooms. Relax on our licensed deck area or by Lawn Hill Creek between swims.