Greg and Toni are the friendly and gracious hosts at Kilcowera Outback Station, a large working cattle property hosting guests in the cooler months. We have thoroughly enjoyed our four trips to the property.
Each time we stayed in the converted shearer's quarters which are basic but clean and have all we have needed for our self-catering holidays. Greg and Toni do offer a group evening meal service that was nutritious and very tasty.
Exploring and reflecting on the stunning beauty of the varied landscapes and searching out the wide variety of native birds and wildlife filled our days with great pleasure and reward.
We look forward to our next visit and highly recommend Kilcowera to others. A great place!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Experience the vastness and natural beauty of the Outback at Kilcowera Station, halfway between Thargomindah and Hungerford in SW Queensland. Kilcowera is a 49,000 ha working cattle station which also offers accommodation and camping for travelers. Visitors can take the sixty km self drive tour around the property and view Murderer’s Bore, Rustlers Roost, Cardenyabba Lagoon and the RAMSAR listed Lake Wyara. Guests are given an information pack on arrival to assist them in finding the various lagoons, creeks, waterholes, gorges, caves and wildlife to be seen on their tour of the property.Accommodation is provided in clean, comfortable Shearers’ Quarters. Linen is supplied and beds made up for visitors. We can supply meals or visitors can self cater in the fully equipped kitchen.Campers have the option of three separate campgrounds. The Shearers’ Quarters campground is set amongst green lawns and shady trees, power is available and guests will find BBQ’s, fireplaces stocked with wood, picnic tables and a basic camp kitchen.Camping doesn’t get any better than at Cardenyabba Lagoon which has secluded campsites right on the water’s edge with fireplaces and wood. Light the fire, throw your yabby pot in, sit back and watch the birdlife and the sunset over the tranquil water. Better still bring your kayak and have a paddle! And lastly there is true bush camping to be had at Youlaingee Springs where visitors will have a ten thousand star night sky, silence and a very real sense of peace and seclusion.Activities include guided or self guided tours to scenic areas, four wheel driving, bird and wildlife watching, yabbying, bushwalking, camp oven cooking and superb photographic opportunities. Your hosts Greg and Toni are available to answer the many queries you’ll have about Kilcowera and living and working in the Outback. Pets are welcome. ... more less