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Longreach Tourist Park, Longreach

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Formerly the Discovery Holiday Park. 12 Thrush Rd. South side of Longreach next to the Stockman's Hall Of Fame. Turn into Thrush Road off Capricorn Hwy on eastern end of town near IFS service station. Ph: 07 4658 1781. Pets at manager's discretion. Local Information: In season do go on the Thompson River cruise "Thompson Belle" paddle steamer. Bus pick up, cruise, off to bush camp feed and bush poet stories, cruise and bus home. Visit Stockman's Hall of Fame, Qantas Museum, same end of town as park.

Report By: Billee(49)
Date of Stay: July 2021 Rating: 3
A little disappointed in this park. Ensuite sites are still $55 P/N and are very good, however the other sites do not have sullage and this has resulted in ALL grey water being emptied on to the ground causing bog holes and mud everywhere. If it isn't boggy and muddy it is very dusty and as previously stated the D££££heads consider this to be an invitation to get to their site in the shortest possible time. Other than that the park is located within an easy distance to town. The Woolshed Restaurant is now open again and provides a reasonably priced meal each night.

Report By: GeeNEmm(156)
Date of Stay: September 2020 Rating: 4
Do not try to enter this park prior to lunch. If you book an ensuite site - keys to ensuite will only be available from 2pm, even if the site is vacant and hadn't been used recently. Hmmm. Price per site varies due to van length we hear. 3 communal amenities blocks now in this huge park and they looked quite good also. The bar/functions room closed due to COVID.
Average staff friendliness, no complaints, staff explained park layout and facilities. Good value for money $55 for 2A PN, ensuite. Amenities are close to all sites, were clean, condition is very good, water pressure is good, there was adequate hot water, exhaust fans/good ventilation. Mostly level sites, good night lighting, sites will accommodate large motorhomes and 5th wheelers, no sites with annex slabs, very few sites are shaded, ensuite sites available, drive-through sites, adequate taps close by, adequate sullage close by. Good laundry, dump point, no wireless internet available.. Noisy, claustrophobic park, inadequate shade, no permanent/annual vans. Clean pool. Suitable for few days.
Liked:- The ensuite was well proportioned, in good condition and worth the extra $$ so no tracking to/fro in the dirt to amenities was required. Location very good
Disliked:- Still very dusty, with the wind and speeding drivers whipping up the dirt
Parking:- Room for 2 in driveway outside reception and lots of street parking outside
Local Information:- Location is great for Qantas and Hall of Fame and walk into town along 'natives footpath' if you're keen; pub meal at Longreach Tavern was sensational.
Road Conditions:- Road out Windorah way real rough for first hour or so out of Longreach, slightly better thereafter but still narrow

Report By: Travelling in the Shoebox(131)
Date of Stay: May 2018 Rating: 4
This is a nice park. The sites down the back are large but the sites in the old part of the park are quite small. Amenities are modern and clean. They have a cafe on site and provide entertainment at night. Stainless steel BBQs are scattered around the park and there is a large undercover BBQ area with black steel BBQs at one end of the park. Due to the drought the park is a bit dusty but the use of road base on the sites minimises some of the dust problems. It is a short walk to the QANTAS museum and the Stockmans Hall of Fame.