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Western Star Hotel

Windorah, Barcoo Area

Indicative Rate * AU$85 to AU$165

The Western Star Hotel has been a unique family owned hotel for over 18 years. Situated in Windorah, the pub is nearby the great Cooper Creek and red sand hills. The Western Star Hotel provides tourists, local community and neighbouring properties with an authentic outback pub experience with modern pub facilities. The hotel includes a bar, Sandhill Grill Restaurant, self-contained motel units and budget accommodation. The Pub plays host to the International Yabbie Races and as integral part of a small isolated community, is the place to have a yarn, a feed and a cold beverage.

Facilities

  • Bar
  • Restaurant - Licensed

Our Rooms

They have six Hotel Rooms which are located on the pub grounds in a separate building. Each room has a television, air conditioning and a refrigerator. Shared Tea/coffee making facilities are available at all times, and although these rooms are not ensuited, outstanding shared amenities are available.

Here at the Western Star they have four modern Motel rooms located on the pub grounds standing in its own exceptional brick structure. Each Motel room has both a queen size bed and a king size single bed, a television, air conditioning, ensuite, small kitchenette (sink, microwave, fridge and light breakfast facilities) and parking facilities.

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