Cooper's Country Lodge

Eromanga, Quilpie Area

Indicative Rate * AU$140.00 to AU$195.00

Experience the Australian Outback and the home of Australia’s largest dinosaur ‘Cooper’ and enjoy the blissful Cooper’s Country Lodge onsite at the Eromanga Natural History Museum.

This exciting new outback stay in South West Queensland lets you experience the best of both worlds the past and the present. Their brand-new air-conditioned rooms offer a perfect base nestled into the Australian outback. Enjoy the fresh air and the star filled night skies onsite in the Eromanga Natural History Museum Nature Reserve.

Rooms are semi self-catering, self-contained and have a classic Australian character that sets the scene for a memorable and distinctive stay.

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
2 Dinosaur Drive
Eromanga, Quilpie Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Outback Studio

Cooper's Country Lodge Outback Studios are the perfect accommodation option for couples or companions who are traveling together. Their facilities boast the many luxuries of inner-city living right in the midst of Outback Queensland. Enjoy the fresh air and the star filled night skies onsite in the Eromanga Natural History Museum Reserve. The rooms are semi self-catering and have a classic Australian character that sets the scene for a memorable and distinctive stay. The Outback Studios offer the options of one plush king bed or two king single beds.

Outback Family Suite

The Outback Family Suite nestled within the raw Australian Outback at Cooper's Country Lodge offers a perfect base for your family. The room consists of two studio rooms joined by an interconnecting door. Enjoy the fresh air and the star filled night skies onsite in the Eromanga Natural History Museum Nature Reserve.  Rooms are semi self-catering, self-contained and have a classic Australian character that sets the scene for a memorable and distinctive stay.

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