Explorers Caravan Park

Thargomindah, Bulloo Area

Indicative Rate * AU$25 to AU$120

Make your base camp at the Explorers Caravan Park - a two minute walk from town and a one kilometre drive from the airport. Phone and they are happy to collect you.

Take it easy on this holiday and stroll down to the Bulloo River. Put in yabbie pots for a true outback lunch, or take a walk by the river to the Cobb and Co Crossing. Perhaps have a few days break from the roads and just watch the birds visiting the native shrubs in the park.

About 40 kilometres from Thargomindah on the bitumen road eastwards takes you to Lake Bindegolly National Park where you can amaze at the abundance of birds and stroll along the walks around the Lake.

Take a day trip along the all bitumen roads to see the historic hotels - Noccundra, Eromanga, Quilpie and Toompine. See Thargomindah's Hydro Power Plant, Old Hospital, Historic House, Visitor Information Centre and Library and check out the weather for a visit to the Burke and Wills "Dig Tree".

Come back each day and meet up with old and new friends and recount your adventure around the campfire or at the barbecue and camp kitchen.

Internet Access

  • Paid Wifi


  • BBQ Facilities
  • Camp Kitchen
  • Car park
  • Communal Kitchen
  • Communal Refrigerator
  • Communal Shower
  • Laundry
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Pets allowed, enquire on booking


  • Birdwatching
  • Camping
  • Cycling

Other Information


Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.

Our Rooms

Solidly built of sandstone bricks, these rooms provide budget accommodation with a few of the important little luxuries included. Bunkhouse Rooms provide you with your own room, three with single beds, one double, towels and linen supplied, heating/air conditioning, television, fridge, sink and cupboard.

Bring your own dishes and pots. Camp Kitchen is only a few steps away, with two electric cookers ovens, microwave, toaster and an urn on the constant boil. One electric and one gas barbecue. Patio furniture for your convenience is just outside your room so that you can enjoy the view of the setting sun, or just sit, relax and read a book in comfort. A further very short walk takes you to the shared amenities for a wonderful hot shower.

Six En-suite Cabins built of sandstone bricks provide a studio-style room with a double bed, a single bed plus a trundle single bed, or rooms with a double bed and a fold-out couch to another double bed . Towels, linen, full cooking facilities, pots, cutlery, crockery, microwave, iron, heating/cooling (reverse-cycle) - everything you can think of is provided for a comfortable and memorable stay.

Enjoy watching the sun rise, have a morning coffee or an evening glass of wine and put your feet up and relax in your own patio area. Take a short walk across to the park barbecue to enjoy some outside cooking and catching up with tales from other travelers.

The larger family can book two adjacent cabins providing two en-suites using the internal doors.

Explorers Caravan Park has 25 powered sites with dump points at each site, and shrubs and trees between. A large unmarked bush camping area is available for those seeking unpowered sites for caravans or camping.

A large Camp Kitchen and barbecue area provides excellent cooking facilities for all, a step away from the laundry facilities and ample showers and toilets.

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