If you’re looking for the best Longreach Caravan Park QLD has, this guide will be a great place to start. This Longreach Caravan Parks reviews guide covers all the different options to park up your van or pitch a tent.
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Caravan Parks Longreach, Queensland Map
The map below shows you the location of each of the caravan parks Longreach Queensland has, which are in this guide. Check the map to see where each place is situated. Then, zoom in and out for a better view!
Keep reading below for full details of these caravan parks in Longreach QLD.
Longreach Caravan Parks Reviews
In no particular order, below we review all the Longreach caravan parks QLD has.
Longreach Tourist Park QLD
You’ll enjoy a unique Longreach experience where the pioneering outback spirit embraces you as soon as you arrive at Longreach Tourist Park QLD – also known as the Gunnadoo Caravan Park. This is just one of the caravan parks Longreach, QLD offers that provide a good base while exploring Longreach.
After a day exploring the attractions of Longreach, you can relax by one of the two pools to cool down and then cook up a BBQ – there are several onsite. The Longreach Tourist Caravan Park also has the Woolshed restaurant, where you can enjoy dinner under star-lit skies and live shows.
During your stay, you’ll be well equipped at this Longreach holiday park with three large amenities blocks and four laundries. There is also a fully-equipped camp kitchen for all your cooking needs.
You can choose between powered and unpowered sites, lots with ensuites, slabs or both. For those camping with a tent, this area also has its own camp kitchen. There are also drive-thru sites available; just chat to the team about your preference when booking. Plus, at this Longreach caravan park, dog friendly options include all the camping sites.
In addition to camping and van sites, cabins and rooms are available at this Longreach van park. There are two bedroom self contained cabins that can sleep up to four people or self contained studio style cabins for two people. The ‘Ringers quarters’ are perfect for budget travellers, which are a cluster of four rooms with a shared kitchenette and bathroom.
You’ll find a range of positive Longreach Tourist Park reviews online to help you decide if it’s the place for you to stay.
Apex Riverside Caravan Park Longreach
Formerly one of the Longreach free camping options, Apex Riverside Caravan Park Longreach now incurs a small fee ($5 pp). Located 4km outside the town, it offers a basic camping area for those that aren’t looking for anything more than a place to sleep.
With no power, no potable water or showers, this is one of the Longreach camping sites best suited to self-sufficient campers. Situated by the Thompson River, it offers excellent water views and fishing opportunities. The adjacent picnic area is 20m away and has toilets, BBQs and picnic tables with shelters.
If you’re travelling with a dog and looking for a Longreach caravan park, pet friendly option, this is a good place to consider. Although this is one of the Longreach camping grounds to avoid if you’re travelling in wet weather as the grounds can get muddy.
Longreach Caravan Park IBIS Street
Longreach Caravan Park Ibis Street is a small caravan park with all the usual amenities and a great location, just two blocks from the town’s main street. This is one of the Longreach, QLD caravan parks that offer a range of accommodation for all types of travellers, their families and pet.
In terms of accommodation, Longreach Caravan Park has cabins with private ensuites and air-conditioned vans on site for hire. There is even a huge three bedroom house available.
For those with vans, there are sewered van sites with cement slabs. While for those with tents, you’ll have your own area with a camp kitchen. Other on-site amenities include a laundry, BBQs, free wifi, tour bookings, a small kiosk, and nearby shops. You can also enjoy the seasonal entertainment and complimentary smoko and get to know your fellow campers.
Keep in mind that upon reading Longreach caravan park reviews, Ibis Street hasn’t been rated too highly of late, so it may be worth looking into one of the previous caravan parks instead.
Hopefully, you found this guide on Longreach caravan parks helpful. Click here for other accommodation options in Longreach or click here for our guide on things to do in Longreach. You can also find a great 7 day Winton to Longreach itinerary here.