If you’re looking for the best Barcaldine Caravan Parks – then this guide is going to be a great place to start. In this Barcaldine Caravan Park guide, we cover all the best places to park up your van or pitch a tent.
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Barcaldine Caravan Parks Map
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Keep reading below for full details of these caravan parks in Barcaldine QLD.
Barcaldine Caravan Park Reviews
In no particular order, below we review all the different Barcaldine QLD caravan parks.
Homestead Caravan Park Barcaldine
If you’re looking for a central place to park your camper or pitch a tent, you’ll love Homestead Caravan Park Barcaldine. Offering powered and unpowered sites and comfortable cabins with bathrooms, there is something for every type of traveller here.
A Chinese takeaway on-site is open during the winter months, every Friday to Saturday from 6 pm to 8 pm. Enjoy the seasonal complimentary Billy Tea and oven cooked date damper with syrup or treacle spread. Served every day, except Sunday, at 4 pm and is a great way to get to know your camping neighbours.
With three separate amenities blocks located throughout the park, you’ll never be far from a shower or toilet when you need it. Cooking facilities include a camp kitchen with a fridge, microwave and BBQ facilities.
There is a shop on-site to help you stock up on all the necessities during your stay, such as LPG bottle refills. The park offers free wireless internet and has a dump point for when you leave. Before you go, make sure to top up with petrol and take advantage of the 2pc discount for being a guest of the Homestead Caravan Park, Barcaldine QLD.
Homestead Caravan Park and Cabins Accommodation Barcaldine offer beautiful grassy caravan sites with plenty of shade. You can choose shady powered, unpowered, tent or drive thru sites that will fit anything from a tent to a large motorhome. If you’re travelling with your dog and want a Barcaldine caravan park, pet-friendly option, then Homestead Caravan Park is perfect. You’ll need to be able to book a site, though, as dogs aren’t allowed in the cabins.
If you don’t have a camper or tent, there are also comfortable cabins available at Homestead Caravan Park and Cabins, Barcaldine that sleep up to six people. Cabins range from basic two-person cabins to large ensuite cabins that include a large bathroom, kitchen, one double bedroom, one bedroom with four to five single beds and an extra bed in the lounge room. All cabins include a small oven or stove, fridge, microwave and kettle.
Barcaldine Tourist and Caravan Park
Located on the edge of town, the Barcaldine Tourist and Caravan Park offer campers a range of sites and amenities to help them enjoy their adventures. If you’re looking for a place to park your van with all the things you need, this might just be the place for you.
Get to know your fellow campers during your stay at Barcaldine Tourist Park by enjoying the complimentary seasonal camp cooked date damper with syrup or treacle spread and Billy Tea. After you’ve finished your damper and tea, you can extend the outback dining experience with a Camp Oven meal served seasonally. These include a delicious roast and veggies followed by a warm dessert and can be purchased on-site. There will be live entertainment to feed your ears whilst feeding your stomach.
Barcaldine Tourist Park, Barcaldine QLD offers seven roomy unisex showers with their own toilet for privacy. On-site, you’ll find a coin-operated laundry with washers and dryers, clotheslines, a book exchange, gas refills, free wi-fi, bagged ice, dump point and a firepit. There is also a large camp kitchen with all the facilities you need to make meals during your stay.
There are 50 drive-thru sites available with a mix of both powered and unpowered, depending on what you need. All sites have some shade and offer plenty of grass, as well as being pet-friendly.
For those looking for non-camping options, this Barcaldine accommodation caravan park offers some self-contained cabins. You can choose either a queen or queen and a single cabin. Each cabin is air-conditioned and comes with linen, a BBQ, and a kitchenette to make your meals during your stay.
Roses and Things Caravan Park Barcaldine
The boutique Roses and Things Caravan Park Barcaldine offers something you didn’t expect to find in outback Australia, a tea garden. It is located on the edge of town but still within walking distance of the main street and is set back from the highway to avoid any highway noise.
Roses N Things has a Tea Garden that hosts delicious morning and afternoon tea and an extensive lunch menu. Formerly full of lush roses that have unfortunately been taken by the drought and wildlife, the grounds now only feature a few of the bushes. There is also a delightful gift shop for you to pick up something special to remember your stay.
Although Roses and Things Caravan Park is smaller than most other parks, it still offers modern amenities with disabled access. They have a gazebo area with seating and free BBQ facilities to enjoy dinner in the night air. There is also a small book exchange on-site for the bookworms looking for their next read.
With only 11 powered and unpowered sites available, you’ll enjoy a peaceful and private stay shaded by the plentiful trees at this Barcaldine caravan park accommodation. Each site also offers water views.
Barcaldine Showground Caravan Park
Located just off the main highway, Barcaldine Showground Caravan Park is close to all the local attractions you’ll want to see during your stay. This is probably the most basic Barcaldine caravan site, so perfect if you’re only interested in a quick stop on your journey.
Being located at the showgrounds, there are restrictions on when you can camp here and also for how long. There is also a maximum of a three-night stay. The campgrounds are not available between 15th to 18th June during Barcaldine Show and 25th to 30th July during Bush Council.
There aren’t any fancy amenities at this caravan park Barcaldine offers, but you will find toilets, showers, rubbish bins, a dumpsite, drinking water and a BBQ.
Powered and unpowered sites are available that can fit anything from a tent all the way up to a big rig. Some shade is available, but this is limited, and pets are permitted on-site.
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