Kinnon and Co Outback Lodges

Longreach, Longreach Area

Indicative Rate * AU$125.00 to AU$195.00 Room Only

Welcome to Kinnon and Co. Outback Lodges, comfortable self contained accommodation perfect for business, leisure and families. Ideally located next door to Longreach's iconic attractions.

Outback Lodges offer quiet, leafy surrounds with beautiful gardens and modern facilities. Accommodation range from Standard, Deluxe to Superior Lodges. All Lodges are appointed with air-conditioning, television, dining table and full kitchen facilities. All towels and linen supplied. Parking to your door.

Lodges are non-serviced but a service can be requested at a fee. For bookings 7 days or longer a weekly service is provided free of charge. Facilities include covered communal area, pool, barbecues, laundry and luggage storage area.


  • BBQ Facilities
  • Bicycle Hire
  • Camp Kitchen
  • Car park
  • Cycle/Running Path
  • Equipment Hire
  • Gardens in property
  • Iron
  • Laundry
  • Movie Hire
  • Nightcall button
  • Non Smoking Floor
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Tour Desk
  • Vehicle wash facilities


  • Animal Viewing
  • Birdwatching
  • Cycling
  • Swimming

Pets Allowed:

Pets are allowed by prior arrangement if kept in vehicles. Dogs must be kept on a leash, in own vehicle at all times. No pets allowed inside the lodges.

Other Information


There is access for guests with a disability. Disabled access is available and there are access ramps throughout the property. There is one fully accessible lodge available.


Children are welcome however they must be under adult supervision at all times at the property and whilst in the pool area.
63 - 65 Ilfracombe Road
Longreach, Longreach Area

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The Australian Stockman's Hall of Fame is a spectacular tribute to the people of outback Australia. It tells the story of the rural areas from the arrival of the Aborigines more than 40,000 years ago, settled by the British, exploration, the establishment of grazing, agriculture, mining, forestry and other industries in country Australia. It follows the story through to the present day where technologies of many kinds are playing the role in farming, business and communications. Themes also include development of the outback properties, living in the outback and the stock worker. Australian Stockman's Hall of Fame was officially opened in 1988 by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Over one million people have visited this premier tribute to the men and women of the outback. Be sure not to miss the "Wool Bale" cafe where you can enjoy a snack or relaxing cuppa. The live 'Outback Stockman's Show' tells the story of real life stockmen and women who work on the land. The show features trick horses, a bull, dogs, sheep and so much more. A must do on everyone's itinerary. The Australian Stockman's Hall of Fame is truly an iconic Queensland Outback experience.

Barcaldine Bicycle Hire

Barcaldine, Barcaldine Area
From AU$5.00 - 5.00
You might like to savour the sights of Barcaldine whilst getting some exercise by hiring a bicycle from the Barcaldine Visitor Information Centre. Hire is available all year round and both men and women's bicycles are available. Hire can be arranged for one or more days for a nominal fee.

Traditional Bush Leather Craft

Blackall, Blackall-Tambo Area
Experience hands on activities at the Lost Art Studio in Blackall with traditional bush leather craft where you can make you own belts, hat band, whip or key rings. Starter kits are available to take away or make on site with old bushman who wish to share their skills before they are lost. Enjoy the stories behind the bush skills and yarn about droving times, the golden age of wool and the era that connects stockmen and their traditional bush crafts. Beginners and master classes are offered daily from Monday to Friday or other days by appointment. Cost is for materials plus a donation for the tutor. A range of items are for sale hand made by the bushies themselves.

Yeast2West Longreach

Barcaldine, Barcaldine Area
Yeast2West Bakeries Longreach and Barcaldine are a must stop for any visitor and local alike in Central West Queensland. After years of refining our products and winning hundreds of awards, Yeast2West Bakeries won Best Bakery in Queensland in 2014! This ensures only the best quality products including award worthy pies and bread, classic bakery products like cream buns and coffee! What makes Yeast2West Bakeries really stand out though is their world class sourdough, gluten free breads and cakes all served with great country hospitality.

Outback Aussie Day Tours

Longreach, Longreach Area
From AU$79.00 - 259.00
Outback Aussie Tours is a family-owned local operator with 27 years experience. Let Outback Aussie Day Tours show you Outback Queensland. Join Smithy and the team to discover Queensland's heartland, their pioneering legends, outback stations and the majestic Thomson River. Cruise the Thomson River on their multi-award winning Drover's Sunset Cruise which includes Smithy's Outback Dinner and Live show. Enjoy onboard nibbles at sunset and a two-course table service dinner under the stars while being entertained by quality performers on the river stage. A night to remember! Visit local stations and meet the graziers for a personalised tour of their property. Take a full day tour to Winton featuring the Australian Age of Dinosaurs and the Waltzing Matilda Centre or join the new Starlight's Lookout and Darriveen Station tour. Make the most of your stay in Longreach with their multi-day Longreach Legends Passes. There are three pass options which include a mix of attractions to suit your time and budget. Attractions featured in these passes are Stockman's Hall of Fame, Qantas Founders Museum, Station visits and the Drover's Sunset Cruise. They really are good value if you're planning on spending a few days in Longreach.

Longreach Powerhouse Museum

Longreach, Longreach Area
The Longreach Powerhouse Museum is the largest preserved rural generating facility in Australia. Displays in this building explain how electricity was generated, maintained and distributed throughout the Shire, and the distribution network maintained. Other exhibits in the museum grounds include: social history building with displays of early Longreach history; Longreach Swimming Baths; Nogo Cottage (depicting family life in the west from 1935 to 1955); various displays of agriculture and road maintenance machinery; and a collection of commercial office equipment circa 1908 - 1950 from local business houses. The Museum forms an interesting experience for the whole family.
From AU$15.00 - 194.00
Multi award winners, Kinnon & Co, offer great outback holiday adventures and packages in Longreach plus accommodation for a total holiday experience (see Kinnon and Co Outback Lodges and Slab Huts). Choose from a ride onboard a modified horse drawn Cobb and Co. stagecoach or for a slower pace soak up the famous outback sunset aboard a Thomson River Cruise. Laugh at the antics of Captain Starlight as they relive the story of cattle duffer Harry Redford. The Kinnon family are passionate about the way the outback was opened up and serviced. You can experience all this from galloping horses, Sunsets splendid to retail therapy like you have never seen, Kinnon & Co immerses you into the life of the pioneers. With full insurance, they are the only business who are covered to gallop a Cobb and Co Stagecoach in Australia. As multi-award winners, choose the best for your next holiday. For great value, combine Kinnon & Co experiences with other major attractions in Longreach. Self drive packages provide great savings and make your holidays easy to organise. Give them a call and they will make your arrangements hassle free.

Langlo - Adavale Road

Blackall, Blackall-Tambo Area
Free Entry
Rather than taking the Matilda Highway, this track is a great alternative to see more of Queensland's Outback as you travel between Tambo and Blackall the Langlo - Adavale Road. The drive presents great views of beautiful outback landscapes. You will see native wildlife and livestock as you pass through a number of stations. Take care as the track is not fenced and the livestock roam freely. The Langlo - Adavale Road is approximately 200 kilometres and will take approximately one day to complete. You will need a four wheel drive to complete this track and it can become impassable in the wet.

Moorrinya National Park

Hughenden, Flinders Area
Free Entry
This remote park has dry, flat plains criss-crossed by watercourses and covered in open eucalypt, paperbark and acacia woodlands and grasslands. Moorrinya is a wildlife refuge, protecting Australian icons such as kangaroos, koalas, emus and dingoes, as well as rare and threatened species such as the square-tailed kite, squatter pigeon and Julia Creek dunnart. Located in the heart of the Desert Uplands, Moorrinya National Park, initially established as the sheep grazing property, Shirley Station, today protects 18 land types in the Lake Eyre Basin, one of Australia's most important catchments. Set up camp near the old Shirley shearing shed. Much of the sheep station infrastructure, dating back to the late 1940s, remains as a reminder of the spirit and hard work of the people who lived in this remote part of Queensland. Take a short stroll on the Bullock Creek walk from the camping area to the creek and look for native fish and waterbirds. Enjoy birdwatching and wildlife spotting. Ride mountain bikes and trail bikes and drive four-wheel-drives on Moorinya's internal roads and firebreaks.

Idalia National Park Road

Blackall, Blackall-Tambo Area
Free Entry
Drive through beautiful country landscape as you make your way along this track from Blackall to Idalia National Park. This national park protects an area with a great variety of vegetation, wildlife and birdlife. Follow the scenic drives or explore further into the park by leaving the car behind to go bushwalking or birdwatching. The Idalia National Park Road is approximately 99 kilometres long and should take one day to complete. Four wheel drives are requested as most of the route is unsealed and can become impassable after rain.
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