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Kilcowera Station, Thargomindah

Kilcowera is a large organically run cattle property, 1,000 kilometres west of Brisbane. It is quiet, private and remote, perfect for a week away or as a stopover on your journey through south west Queensland.

Guided tours of the property are available or visitors can do their own thing. The eastern boundary is Lake Wyara, a 6,000 hectare refuge for birds and wildlife. See rangelands, gorges and waterholes on your drive to the lake.

Camp oven cooking is a specialty as are all the home cooked meals. The comfortable shearers quarters can sleep 16 in twin rooms with more beds available on request. Caravanners and campers are also welcome.

Accommodation Options

Shearers Quarters


Lanscaped campgrounds with shared bathroom or bush camping with long drop toilet only.


  • Caravan and Camping

Popular Activities

  • Bush Walking
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  • Off Road Driving
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