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Blackall Caravan Park, Blackall

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Blackall is 298 km N of Charleville and 107 km S of Barcaldine. Just off the highway down Hart Lane, which is opposite the school. If coming from the north, turn right just past the shopping centre, turnoff is well signposted. Ph: 07 4657 4816. Pets on leash, at manager's discretion.

Report By: Kevin & Lyn(380)
Date of Stay: May 2021 Rating: 3.5
$35.00 per night powered 2 adults. Clean amenities bath mats supplied. lots of hot water. There is a very strong smell of sulfur. Water was ok to drink.

Report By: GeeNEmm(156)
Date of Stay: September 2020 Rating: 3.5
$33 2A pwd p/n for a grassy, drive thru site where we could stay hooked up for an overnighter, it was perfect for us. Located right in town to enable an easy turn around the shops and ability to access the free town Wifi-which was again was sensational. No probs with TV reception-tho no ABC. 2 amenities blocks, each having bath mats provided for showers, soap and hand towels. 1 block has unisex toilet/shower room combo, the other has separate M/F with rather snug showers. No matter, water pressure and hot water availability was good. However agree with previous reports, the water smell is a bit stronger than most bore water towns, so prepare yourself for that or BYO. Didn’t visit camp kitchen but undercover sitting area looked nice. Pub lunch was nice and home style, but the beer wasn’t flash though which you don’t expect in a country pub!

Report By: Travelling in the Shoebox(131)
Date of Stay: May 2018 Rating: 3.5
This park was good for an overnight stay. We stayed in a drive through site which was long and narrow. They have some grass at this park so it was a nice break from the dusty sites due to the drought. The amenities are rustic but clean. There is a camp kitchen and they provide meals and entertainment from June to September. The park is a short walk to town. This was a quite place to stay. The only down side of staying here is the water is really smelly from the sulphur. Take some water in your tanks for drinking and cooking.