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Wauchope Hotel and Roadhouse, Wauchope

This historic pub dates back to the 1930s, when Wolfram was mined nearby. Today Wauchope Hotel offers food, refreshments and accommodation for travellers who want to experience the hospitality for which the outback is famous. Wauchope Hotel is also the closest accommodation to the Devils Marbles.

Accommodation Options

Double Room

The Double Rooms consist of either a double bed and three single beds or a double bed and a set of bunks, sleeping up to four people.

Caravan Sites

The caravan sites are on grassed areas with shared amenities.

Bunk Room

The Bunk Room contains two sets of bunk bed and sleeps a maximum of four people.

Camping Sites – Unpowered

The camping sites are on grassed areas, with good drinking water and clean amenities.

Camping Site – Powered

The camping sites are on grassed areas, with good drinking water and clean amenities.

Single Room

The Single Room contains a single bed.

Backpacker Room

The Backpacker Room is a single room with a bunk bed and sleeps two people.

Popular Activities

  • Swimming
  • Outback

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