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Hotel Corones

33 Wills Street, Charleville QLD 4470

"The big pub in the outback" with budget hotel/motel accommodation combined with good old fashioned service. Rooms feature: air conditioning, heating, tea and coffee facilities, fridge, TV, all rooms opening onto verandah. Guests can enjoy licensed restaurant, counter meals and guest laundry.

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Charleville Motel

148 King Street, Charleville QLD 4470

Your hosts Carol and Lorraine look forward to making your stay as comfortable as possible. Beautifully appointed motel suites feature: air conditioning, iron and board, mini bar, tea and coffee making facilities, direct dial phones.

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Waltzing Matilda Motor Inn

125 Alfred Street, Charleville QLD 4470

The Waltzing Matilda Motor Inn offers five-star friendly country hospitality at a budget price.

Closest to the centre of town, the motel has 27 newly-refurbished rooms, all ground floor units with reverse-cycle air-conditioning. There is a pool with spa and free barbecue facilities.

Free broadband internet transmission or an internet kiosk are available. Free pick-up and drop-off to the airport, train or bus are available.

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Mulga Country Motor Inn

Cunnamulla Road, Charleville QLD 4470

Conveniently situated just one and a half kilometres from the centre of Charleville and 800 metres from the airport, the Mulga Country Motor Inn is an ideal stop on your Outback adventure. The motel offers luxury accommodation set in beautiful surroundings. Relax by the pool or enjoy the country hospitality in their fully licensed restaurant.

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BAILEY BAR CARAVAN PARK

196 King Street, Charleville QLD 4470

Our park is designed for the traveller who appreciates plenty of room in which to really relax, offering self contained units that are spacious, modern, with special needs facilities and designed for families.We have a camp kitchen, 2 amenities blocks, dump point, Free WIFI and BBQ area. With camp oven dinners and Lamb on the Spit Roasts on offer, WHY would you want to stay anywhere else??

Note: Some caravan parks in Charleville are not open during the summer BUT we are open for you 365 days.. so come and say Gday

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Cobb & Co Caravan Park

1 Ridgeway Street, Charleville QLD 4470

Charleville’s Cobb & Co Caravan park is a clean and tidy welcoming caravan park in a quiet part of town. The park offers spacious shady and grassed sites (powered & unpowered) among the gumtrees, drive-through sites, nine (9) self contained cabins, 2 camp kitchens, two (2) amenities block with laundry, internet, disabled shower & toilet facilities and 2 dump points.

Fire drums are scattered around the park with cut firewood supplied ensuring a social atmosphere around the campfire is enjoyed by visitors each night.

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Hotel Corones

33 Wills, Charleville QLD 4470
Located in Charleville, a lovely town in Queensland’s Outback, the Hotel Corones is a country pub brimming with history and charm. Construction for the hotel dates back to 1924, with the finishing touches made in 1929. Hotel Corones was once known as ‘The Leading Hotel of the West’ during the World War II and the years after. With a bar that was once the largest in the southern hemisphere, today it’s simply a great venue to spend a relaxing day. There’s even a beer garden where you can unwind and catch up on the local Charleville gossip. And for those visitors who are staying a few days in Charleville, the hotel boasts three types of accommodation: basic pub style, motel and heritage style rooms. There's also a wonderful restaurant in the hotel that serves delicious meals beautifully set amidst period furniture. So come take one of the daily tours and enjoy everything that is the Hotel Corones.

Waltzing Matilda Motor Inn

125 Alfred, Charleville QLD 4470
The Waltzing Matilda Motor Inn is your home away from home while staying in Charleville. The Motor Inn offers five-star friendly country hospitality at a budget price.Closest to the centre of town, the motel boasts 27 newly-refurbished rooms, all ground floor units with reverse-cycle air-conditioning. For your comfort and enjoyment, the motel has a pool with spa and free barbecue facilities.Free wireless internet transmission. Free pick-up and drop-off to the airport, train or bus are available.Call the helpful staff at the Waltzing Matilda Motor Inn to discuss your accommodation requirements for short or long stays.
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Warrego Motel

75 Wills, Charleville QLD 4470
Warrego Motel is situated directly opposite Charleville Railway station with its reception located on Wills Street. We are located only a very short walk from the town centre as well as Clubs, hotels and restaurants and a short drive from most tourist attractions.

Charleville Bush Cottage

Frawley, Charleville QLD 4470
Just Imagine..a beautifully appointed, fully self-contained cottage only two kilometres from the heart of Charleville - that's Charleville Bush Cottage. Just imagine sitting around your private campfire under a chandelier of stars and waking to the sound of birds and a big blue outback sky. Wander around the 62 acre property or go to town for a coffee and the daily newspaper. Enjoy a massage in the privacy of your cottage and see stars like never before at the Cosmos Centre. 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.
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Evening Star Tourist Park

818 Adavale Road, Charleville QLD 4470
The Evening Star Tourist Park is a first class facility, which is built on a working cattle station just eight kilometres from Charleville. The Evening Star Tourist Park opened in March 2008 and enjoyed a successful first year with many visitors already booking in for 2009. The park offers huge drive through powered and un-powered, grassed sites to suit all size rigs from RV's, buses down to camper trailers. You can unhook and head back to town for the other famous attractions in Charleville.There is a bush kitchen with free gas and wood barbecue’s, power and hot water. There is also a brand new self contained cabin with queen sized bed and bunk beds facing out onto the bush.The Park also has powered and un-powered sites with two brand new amenities designed for privacy and comfort as well as disabled facilities.Enjoy bush walks where you will spot local wild life and birds. Wander through the old shearing shed and finish the day with a glass or two by the open camp fire and watch the sun go down and stars come out.
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Charleville Waltzing Matilda Motor Inn

125 Alfred St , Charleville QLD 4470
Central location, 150m to CBD, licensed restaurants and eating facilities. 26 ground floor units including 3 spacious family units. Wireless internet, Austar TV, reverse cycle air-conditioning. Tea/coffee/toast making facilities, microwave available. Cooked/continental breakfast/lunches available 7 days. Evening meals Monday-Thursday, chargeback facilities. BBQ, swimming pool, off-street parking, guest laundry. Reception 7am-8.30pm. All major credit cards, Eftpos.
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The Rocks Motel

74 Wills Street, Charleville QLD 4470
A new era in accommodation has opened in Charleville: Where city sophistication meets country hospitality. Here they have 20 rooms all boasting superior quality bedding and furnishings, modern and stylish fixtures and fittings, sweeping wide verandas, landscaped gardens and a resort style pool. The complex has a fully licensed Restaurant which is open for evening dining....
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Charleville Bush Caravan Park and Cottage

Lot 1 Frawley Street, Charleville QLD 4470
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....

Charleville Swimming Pool

Warrego Street, Charleville QLD 4470
If you are visiting Charleville during the summer months, enjoy a refreshing dip in the Olympic sized Charleville Public Swimming Pool. Surrounded by lush green grass, the pool's other facilities also include barbecue, Picnic tables, a kiosk and a wading pool for the little ones. Come along and cool off. ...

Charleville 10 Mile Warrego River Fishing Spot

6 kilometres north of Charleville , Charleville QLD 4470
The coffee coloured water of the Warrego River provides visitors and locals with a great camping, fishing or swimming experience. At just 16 kilometres north of the Charleville Central Business District, there has never been a more convenient way to get away from the hustle, bustle and burdens of everyday life. Peace and quiet has never been more accessible. Access to this fishing location can become restricted or unavailable during and after periods of rain. Drought can also affect river levels and alter fishing conditions. You do not need a licence to fish in their river systems. You do not need to book to camp at this location. Suitable for fully self-contained campers only. No facilities at this site....

Charleville Stars and Secrets Tour

Charleville, Charleville QLD 4470
The Stars and Secrets Tour allows you to explore the outback town of Charleville with the local Charleville Story tellers and Cosmos Observatory Guides. It's a bit like finding out the family secrets with the added advantage of meeting the people of the outback. For two days and two nights you will stay in four star accommodation, be told the fascinating story of the World War Two top secrets and 'travel' thousands of light years into space plus even get to view the sun though a filtered telescope. (he he, do something Mum told you never to do and look at the sun). Come out and join the locals. They love living there and they are certain you will love visiting their town, hearing their secrets and viewing their beautiful outback night skies. Contact the Charleville Visitor Information Centre for further information....

Charleville Mangalore Warrego River Fishing Spot

Matilda/Mitchell Highway, Charleville QLD 4470
H.G. Blakeney got it right when he took up 'Mangalore' Station. Blakeney was one of the first surveyors in this area and knew how to select a great parcel of land, and as it turns out, a great spot to throw a line in. He named the property 'Mangalore' after a city in India. Mangalore Fishing Spot is permanently shady, and one of the biggest waterholes along the Warrego River. With plenty of shady trees, steep river banks and easy access for small dingys, Mangalore has all the ingredients needed for a great camping and fishing experience for the whole family. Access to this fishing location can become restricted or unavailable during and after periods of rain. Drought can also affect river levels and alter fishing conditions. You do not need a licence to fish in their river systems. You do not need to book to camp at this location. Suitable for fully self-contained campers only. No facilities at this site....

Charleville Historic House Museum

87 Alfred Street, Charleville QLD 4470
A group of dedicated volunteers are keeping Charleville's history alive. Historic House Museum began life in 1888 and is one of the few 'Queenslanders' left in Charleville. Purposely built as the National Bank and Manager's Residence, It has since been a boarding house and private residence. The building retains many original features, including marble fireplaces. The historic collections include working gramophones, clothing and tools from the town and surrounding stations. The machinery collection includes a Dennis Fire Engine, Rail Ambulance and a replica Cobb and Co Coach. Many people visit to find their ancestors and check up on family members who helped tamed the Outback. At times, visitors to the Museum are treated to a performance by self-taught musician George on the Auto Harp....

Charleville Royal Flying Doctor Service Visitor Centre

Old Cunnamulla Road, Charleville QLD 4470
The Royal Flying Doctor Service Visitor Centre provides you with an incredible insight into this iconic outback service which is still being delivered to the people of the outback by the Flying Doctor. Medical supplies and radio equipment have changed dramatically over the years and throughout it all the Flying Doctor always made it through. The long history of the medical service to remote outback communities is explained in an introductory film. Enjoy displays of past and present equipment and medical kits. Absorb information that will take you through the journey from the humble beginnings of the Royal Flying Doctor Service through to the present day operations of this vital service to outback communities....

Charleville Ward River Fishing Spot

Diamantina Developmental Road, Charleville QLD 4470
Imagine - River Red Gums swaying in the breeze, stoking the fire while your sausages sizzle away, catching that elusive Yellow Belly and laughing with the kookaburras. The weather's great, Charleville is only 20 kilometres away and you've finally been able to pick up that book you put down two months ago. The Ward River is a favourite with both visitors and locals alike and is where the local Fishing and Restocking Club hold their annual fishing competitions. For further information on Fishing Competitions or fishing in general, contact the Charleville Visitor Information Centre....

Charleville School of Distance Education Tour

Parry Street, Charleville QLD 4470
Imagine going to school every day and you are the only child sitting in the classroom. This is everyday life for hundreds of children who live in remote areas and are unable to attend 'a typical school'. This tour is the perfect way to find out how 260 children on remote stations attend school. The classroom is over 420,000 square kilometres in size. In Charleville you have the opportunity to see how lessons take place first hand. Visitors are invited to see first hand how the teachers and students operate and interact using modern methods of equipment with their pupils at the Charleville School of Distance Education. Please note this tour does not operate during weekends or on Public and Queensland School Holidays....

Charleville Skate Park

Warrego Street, Charleville QLD 4470
Travelling with teenagers? Let them stretch their legs in Charleville's skate park. Conveniently located next door to the swimming pool. Let your kids try out their skills against the local talent and enjoy some peace and quiet of your own. You will need to supply your own skateboard, bike and safety equipment. For more information contact the Charleville Visitor Information Centre....

Charleville Steiger Vortex Rainmaking Guns

Sturt Street, Charleville QLD 4470
The Steiger Vortex Rainmaking Guns are on display within the Graham Andrews Parklands. It's a fascinating outback story. In 1902 Queensland was in the grip of a great drought. The desperation to produce rain took a unique turn. Queensland's first Government Meteorologist, Mr Clement L Wragge decided to experiment with Steiger Vortex Guns, developed to break up hail over the vineyards of Italy. Wragge had six copies of the 'guns' made hoping they would produce much needed rain. The vertical guns were built and placed strategically throughout Charleville, their barrels pointing directly up into the sky. They were charged with gunpowder, in the hope that the resulting explosion would change the atmospheric pressure and produce rain. Today only two remain intact and are on display in Charleville for all to enjoy. Did you know, Mr Clement Wragge was the first man to name a cyclone in Australia ? Mr Wragge initially named these cyclones after politicians as he thought in some cases they were as much a national disaster as a politician.....

USAAF Top Secret WWII Tour

Qantas Drive, Charleville QLD 4470
Take a tour filled with stories of US Army Air Force during WWII and discover what the Americans were doing in Charleville, all 3500 of them. You will see a number of sites where they lived, slept, worked and bathed. Even sites that still exist today but have other uses beyond the 1940s. See a number of the existing buildings on the base and learn of their uses. This American base throughout World War Two was a top secret base for reasons you will soon discover when you visit Charleville in Outback Queensland....

Charleville Weather Station Tour

Qantas Drive, Charleville QLD 4470
Do you know how meteorologists predict the weather? Stop wondering and get some answers by visiting the Charleville Bureau of Meteorology. You can choose to enjoy a guided tour of the facility with a Meteorologist or simply observe the automated process of the balloon release. Bring the family along as it is a great educational experience for all....

Charleville 27 Mile Warrego River Fishing Spot

Matilda/Mitchell Highway, Charleville QLD 4470
Imagine....peace, quiet, your day's catch sizzling away over the campfire under a star studded sky - it just doesn't get any better. Just 40 kilometres north of Charleville on the Matilda Highway, the 27 Mile Warrego River fishing spot is a great location for a day, weekend or week long fishing trip. A great experience for the entire family, even the dog! Access to this fishing location can become restricted or unavailable during and after periods of rain. Drought can also affect river levels and alter fishing conditions. You do not need a license to fish in their river systems. You do not need to book to camp at this location. Suitable for fully self-contained campers only. No facilities at this site....

Charleville 18 Mile Warrego River Fishing

Matilda/Mitchell Highway, Charleville QLD 4470
Just 28 kilometres north of the Charleville Central Business District, at the 18 mile Warrego River Fishing spot, you will find your own slice of Warrego heaven. The Warrego River stretches from the Canarvon Gorge in the north to Bourke in the south, New South Wales. Fish common in this river system include: Yellowbelly, Catfish, Murray Cod, Silver Perch and Spangled Perch. Access to this fishing location can become restricted or unavailable during and after periods of rain. Drought can also affect river levels and alter fishing conditions. You do not need a license to fish in their river systems. You do not need to book to camp at this location. Suitable for fully self-contained campers only. No facilities at this site....
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Hotel Corones Charleville

33 Wills Street, Charleville QLD 4470
The hotel Corones is the most famous historic landmark in Charleville. It is one of the few masonry buildings built in the 1920's and represents the social and economic fabric of those prosperous and pioneering days. The hotel was the focal point for a bustling 1930's economy, welcoming many famous people, aviators and royal family, and represents a major part of the towns historic rise to prominence at that time. The magnificent building with its broad footprint in the centre of town is a working museum to the towns past. When constructed the now heritage listed hotel boasted the longest bar in the southern hemisphere, tick this one off your bucket list. The Hotel boasts 50 rooms ranging from Period furnished rooms to clean comfortable standard rooms with en suites. The recently refurnished dining room pride itself on value for money meals. Book a Stories and scones tour for a behind the scenes step back in time. Hotel Corones is a must see on an outback tour....