Camooweal Caravan Park Accommodation QLD
Camooweal Roadhouse is located 188km's West from Mt Isa and 12km's from the NT Border, on the Barkly Highway adjacent to the Georgina River.
Family owned and operated Camooweal roadhouse Accommodation, clean and friendly three star Roadhouse, Motel & Caravan Park Offering shady, powered and unpowered sites, motel rooms, budget rooms all with Air Con, shop, & Restaurant and Liquor.
Cost - $130 per night
Cost - $145 per night
Family Room Accommodation
Cost - $165 per night
Cost - $58 - $68 per night
Testimonials of camooweal roadhouse Caravan Park
“Nice stay at Camooweal” - Joy M (Reviewed 6 October 2015)
We stayed in the caravan park and had a nice shady and (partly) grassed site, it had power and water connections and was easy to back onto........amenities were clean and tidy.......we were parked away from the truck parking bay, but didn't hear any road/truck noise overnight at all......staff in the roadhouse were helpful and friendly.....we would stay here again when passing thru......A must do while in Camooweal is to visit the Drovers Camp Museum and Display, we spent over 2 hours there with Tom explaining everything to us, at only $5 each it was a great to see.
“Great spot” - Sue K (Reviewed 22 August 2015)
We stayed in the caravan park out the back of the roadhouse and it was great the grassed sites which you chose yourself when you drive around the back were well maintained. The amenities are basic but clean and tidy. Lexi couldn't do enough for us and the staff were great! We highly recommend this oasis in the desert. The meal in the roadhouse was one of the best we had on our trip! Stayed August 2015, travelled as a couple
“A great place to break a journey” - sydfire2015 (Reviewed 27 July 2015)
This is a very good stopping place on the way from Tennant Creek to Mount Isa. After 450 kilometres of very boring road from Tennant Creek, the last thing you want to do is another 180 kilometres to Mount Isa. The roadhouse has great accommodation, Caravan parking and motel rooms. The rooms are large, clean, modern and bright. The beds are comfortable and the shower was large and worked well. To be recommended for anyone looking to have a rest after a boring drive.
“A tad expensive for what you get” - Di J (Reviewed 23 June 2015)
But overall its an oasis in the desert compared to some of the overpriced flea pits we have stayed in. The staff were very friendly. There is cooked food in the roadhouse if you havent blown your budget on overpriced dust bowls with disgusting facilities.
At least there is soft green cool grass here.. so bonus. And the facilities are pretty clean considering the damage the minerals from the bore water can do to toilet bowls, showers and basins. Now before anyone says anything about the dust caused by lack of rain.. there are such things as concrete or paved slabs. One park even had slabs made of fake grass.. brilliant. Obviously they put some of their immense profits they rip off us silly tourists back into giving said silly tourists a little comfort for the money they charge them. Hate to say it but not all caravanners grey nomads or otherwise are rich, or have a never ending supply of money to keep on giving to greedy caravan park owners too lazy to do the work themselves..
“Great” - Rhonda G (Reviewed 8 July 2014)
Stopped in caravan park behind roadhouse. Had to leave our caravan there for a week while we returned to sunshine coast. Lexie couldn't do enough for us. Good decent people. Good caravan park for travelers.