If you’re looking for a Yowah caravan park, then the Artesian Waters Caravan Park it is – as it’s the only accommodation in this tiny little town. But don’t let that put you off a stay because it’s a great park, run by super friendly and helpful staff and they even have their very own Artesian baths to enjoy on site!
The good news is that regardless of whether you’re looking for somewhere to pitch a tent, park a van, or you’re looking for basic motel style rooms, the Artesian Waters Caravan Park has something for everyone. Plus the park has a great range of facilities to ensure your stay is comfortable. Did I mention it has private artesian baths!!!
In this guide, I share with you everything you need to know about a stay at the Yowah Artesian Waters Caravan Park.
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- 1 Review of Yowah Artesian Waters Caravan Park
- 1.1 Location
- 1.2 Accommodation Options
- 1.3 Facilities at Artesian Waters Caravan Park
- 1.4 Artesian Waters Yowah Caravan Park – Our Verdict
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Review of Yowah Artesian Waters Caravan Park
Keep reading below for everything you need to know about staying at the Artesian Waters Caravan Park.
Located at 1 Blue Bonnet Blvd, this caravan park is located at the end of the little town of Yowah – from here you can walk pretty much all around the town. Plus right in front of the park is where you’ll find the artesian bore head, where the water comes out at a scorching 57 degrees and provides water for the entire town.
This Yowah Caravan Park provides a range of different accommodation options which are discussed further below.
Motel Style Rooms
The caravan park has 6 motel style rooms which are perfect for overnight stays. These rooms include a double bed, private bathroom, fridge, AC, TV, microwave, toaster as well as tea and coffee making facilities.
These rooms start at just $70 for two people.
For those feeling like a bit of a splurge or who are in town a little longer, you can book into the private cabin. This cabin has it’s very own private courtyard which features an outdoor bath that you can fill with warm artesian bore water. The courtyard also has a fire pit, BBQ and outdoor table and chairs.
Inside the cabin, there is a double bed, private bathroom, fridge, AC, TV, microwave, toaster as well as tea and coffee making facilities.
This is where we stayed while in Yowah and found it super comfortable.
This cabin is available from just $120 per night.
Camp and Caravan Sites
The caravan park has 25 large powered sites and 12 unpowered sites. All of the sites are scattered around the park, in a typical outback setting of red dust with the odd shady tree. All of the sites are within easy walking distance to the park’s amenities.
Powered sites are $24 per night and unpowered sites are $10 per night. Sites are also pet friendly.
Facilities at Artesian Waters Caravan Park
The Artesian Waters Caravan Park provides a range of facilities for guests to use to ensure their stay is comfortable which are listed below.
The star attraction at this caravan park is the artesian baths. These baths are completely free for guests of the caravan park to use.
Fill the baths with the hot artesian bore water and enjoy a soak under the blue sunny outback sky. Or wait until nightfall and have a soak under the gorgeous starry night sky. Some stalls feature double tubs so you can enjoy the experience with a mate.
Cleaning equipment is supplied and guests are required to clean down the tubs before and after use.
Camp Kitchen and Games Room
There is a fairly rustic outback style camp kitchen for guests to use, which includes everything you need to whip up some fancy meals. Amenities include a BBQ, microwave, stovetop, kettle, toaster – loads of bench space and tables and chairs.
Right next to the camp kitchen, there is also a games room, which includes a range of different board games guest can use, pool table and more.
Just outside there is also a fire pit.
For those on the road for a while or having an extended stay at the caravan park, you’ll be pleased to know that there is also a laundry for guests to use. What’s more – it is completely free for guests to use!
There is one large amenity block at Yowah, both with hot showers and toilets. While we stayed in the cabin, I did check the amenities and found them to be super spacious and clean.
General Store and Cafe
The Yowah Caravan Park also doubles as the towns only general store and petrol station. Here you will find a range of fruit, vegetables, meat and other basic grocery items you may need while in town.
If you happen to be in town on a Thursday night – this is also when you will find the restaurant open. Otherwise, head around the corner to Blue Wren for some food.
Artesian Waters Yowah Caravan Park – Our Verdict
We spent just the one night at the Artesian Waters Caravan Park in the fancy cabin with its very own private courtyard. The only problem we found with this cabin is we wished we had stayed longer to make the most of all its wonderful facilities. One night was just not enough time – but we were just passing through.
Yowah is a great little town and well worth a stopover if you have the time. Read this full guide on things to do in Thargomindah (which includes Yowah) here.
Hopefully you found this guide on staying at Yowah Artesian Waters Caravan Park helpful. You can also check out our review on the Explorers Caravan Park (Thargomindah) here or Cunnamulla Tourist Park here.