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Longreach Tourist Park, Longreach

Longreach Tourist Park (formerly Gunnadoo Caravan Park and Cabins) at Longreach offer comfortable self-contained cabins and shady powered caravan sites. The property covers an area of about 10 hectares (25 acres). The park boasts an extensive list of facilities, including two swimming pools and complimentary gas barbecues. All this makes it a great place to stay to rest up after your long drive.

The friendly staff will make you welcome and help you plan your days. There are plenty of points of interest and tours to keep you entertained.

12 Thrush Road,
Longreach, QLD, 4730

Longreach Tourist Park is not just another accommodation option; it’s a destination in itself. Whether you’re an avid camper, a family on vacation, or a solo traveler looking for a comfortable stay, this park has something for everyone.

Accommodation Options

Two-Bedroom Deluxe Villas

  • Who It’s For: Ideal for families, two couples, or a group of 4 adults.
  • Features: Air-conditioned, full-sized kitchen, open-plan dining/lounge area.
  • Bedding Options:
    • 1 Queen bed, 2 sets of bunk beds (max 6)
    • 1 Queen bed, 2 Single beds (max 4)
    • 2 Queen beds (max 4)

Studio-Style Modern Outback Lodges

  • Who It’s For: Perfect for couples or solo travelers.
  • Features: Air-conditioned, TV, kitchenette, ensuite.
  • Bedding: 1 Queen bed (Max 2 adults)

Ringers Quarters

  • Who It’s For: Budget travelers and backpackers.
  • Features: Shared bathroom and kitchenette, individual rooms with air-conditioner and TV.
  • Bedding: 1 Queen bed

Ensuite Sites

  • Who It’s For: Campers and caravanners looking for a touch of luxury.
  • Features: Private toilet, vanity, and shower.

Van & Camping Sites

  • Who It’s For: Traditional campers and caravanners.
  • Features: Powered sites, close to amenities block and laundry facilities.

Amenities and Facilities

  • Swimming Pool: Beat the heat with a refreshing dip.
  • Amenities Blocks: Three large blocks for all your needs.
  • Laundries: Three laundries to make long stays comfortable.
  • BBQ Areas: Multiple free BBQ areas for a delightful outdoor meal.
  • Camp Kitchens: Fully-equipped for your cooking adventures.

Pet-Friendly Policy

The park welcomes pets in the van accommodation but does not allow them in the cabins.

Specialized Group Accommodation

Longreach Tourist Park specializes in group accommodation and can host up to 1,000 people, making it ideal for large gatherings and events.

Longreach Tourist Park offers a variety of accommodation options and amenities to suit every traveler’s needs. From luxurious villas to budget-friendly quarters, the park ensures a comfortable and memorable stay. With its pet-friendly policy and specialized group accommodations, it truly is a versatile destination.



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