Eulo Queen Hotel, Eulo
The Eulo Queen Hotel was once owned and operated by Isobel MacIntosh – who named herself the Opal Queen of the Outback – in the late 1800s and early 1900s. This information and much more can be viewed in the hotel dining room.
The Eulo Queen Hotel today boasts fine wines, an extensive menu, budget accommodation, air-conditioned ensuite cabins, camping sites in comfortable surrounds, clean amenities, outdoor barbecue and camp oven open fire cooking area. Small or large groups are most welcome. Pets are not a problem.
During spring, small group tours of the South West’s natural and other attractions can be arranged. Birdwatching, native animal viewing and photography are specialties.
The town of Eulo offers visitors other attractions such as the Date Farm and Winery, the old Eulo General Store, the Bilby Burrow and art centre and, of course, the Paroo River for fishing and yabbying. Nature drives have been carefully planned in and around the river channels and lagoons. Eulo Queen Opals and giftware will highlight your visit.
Bring the family – you are most welcome!
Activites and Experiences at Eulo Queen Hotel
- Cycling Push bike hire.
- Game Playing Eight ball and darts.
- 24 hour Reception
- BBQ Facilities
- Bicycle Hire
- Camp Kitchen
- Car park
- Courtesy transfer
- Cafe/Coffee shop
- Non Smoking Establishment Includes dining room and accommodation. Smoking is allowed in some areas.
- Open fireplace Camp kitchen.
- Public Telephone Gold phone at reception.
- Safety deposit box Hotel safe at reception.
- Tennis Court – Full Size
- TV/Lounge Area
- Wood Heater/Pot Belly
- Aussie Lifestyle
- Caravan and Camping
- Pub Stay
- Only RTN (TQ)
- Adult Getaway
- Meetings Incentive Conventions
- Outback Queensland Tourism
- Cheques By Arrangement
- Electronic Funds Transfer at Point of Sale
- Money Order
- Australian Travellers Cheque
- Not Available
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