Dad, Mum and 2 kids in our van - we were allowed to pick our own site on arrival. Site was large and a wonderful atmosphere throughout the park with nice trees and facilities. It is a 5 minute walk to the river for fishing (we caught Carp with corn kernels) and a daily paddle steamer cruise. The camp kitchen had sink, toaster, kettle and TV. On some nights a slow cooked dinner with storytelling is available. The park is a short distance out of town. We would definitely stay here again..and again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A visit to Kidmans Camp is more than just a stay, it is an experience of true outback hospitality in style! Located 6kms north of Bourke on the road to Cunamulla, our property includes 20 cabins, over 100 powered sites, two unpowered camping areas, a large ablutions block, laundry facilities, a camp kitchen with two gas BBQs, swimming pools, and access to the Jandra Paddleboat and river (boat access on other side of river).During the tourist season (~April to October), Poetry on a Plate is hosted in our park. This includes a slow cooked dinner and dessert served around a campfire, while you are being regaled by the Bard of Bourke with his entertaining bush poetry. Also during the tourist season, you can be picked up by the Mateship Country Tours, which takes you on a historical tour of town, as well as around the local fruit and cotton farms, and into the cotton gin. ... more less