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Charleville Bush Caravan Park and Cottage

Charleville, Murweh Area

Indicative Rate * AU$25 to AU$150

Just Imagine - a caravan park with 32 large drive through powered sites, with water and sullage catering for non-smokers only, no pets and just two kilometres from town.

Charleville Bush Caravan Park also offers you great laundry facilities, beautiful bathroom amenities, undercover free barbecue area, large campfire area and use of camp oven equipment. Television reception, internet and phone coverage (major telcos).

Charleville Bush Cottage is also on this property. Beautifully appointed, fully self-contained catering for two people in comfortable queen size bed with your own backyard and campfire. With the prices as they are they are the best self-contained accommodation in Charleville!

Just a two hour flight from Brisbane, rent a car or discuss a personalised package with Graham and Deb and enjoy a short break in Queensland's Outback at Charleville Bush Cottage.

Wander around the 40 acre property or go to town for a coffee and the daily newspaper. Enjoy some pampering at Town Talk Hair and Beauty and see stars like never before at the Cosmos Centre.

Just imagine sitting around the campfire under a chandelier of stars and waking to the sound of birds and a big blue outback sky. Great camp oven dinners too.

Internet Access

  • Broadband Internet Access

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Open fireplace
  • Outdoor furniture

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Camping

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.
Lot 1 Frawley Street
Charleville, Murweh Area
Queensland
Australia

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Unpowered Sites

Charleville Bush Caravan Park, set on 40 acres and only two kilometres from town, provides guests with a quiet setting amongst trees to park up for a night or longer. Large powered drive through sites include sullage. Beautiful modern amenities, laundry facilities, large undercover barbecue area and central campfire to meet up with fellow travellers! Television reception, mobile and internet coverage available through the major telcos.

Charleville Bush Cottage

Charleville Bush Cottage, set on 40 acres and only two kilometres from town, provides a beautiful quiet place set amongst trees to park up for a night or longer. The modern cottage is fully self-contained with Queen size bed, two-seater reclining lounge, flat screen television, full kitchen including dishwasher, dining area, spacious bathroom and laundry facilities. Back patio with furniture, electric barbecue and campfire area.

The per night rate will decrease depending on the number of nights booked.

Powered Sites

Charleville Bush Caravan Park, set on 40 acres and only two kilometres from town, provides guests with a quiet setting amongst trees to park up for a night or longer. Large powered drive through sites include sullage. Beautiful modern amenities, laundry facilities, large undercover barbecue area and central campfire to meet up with fellow travellers! Television reception, mobile and internet coverage available through the major telcos.

Rates are based on one or two people.

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Mount Fox

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