"Not 5 Star, 1000 star - Let’s be very clear, this spot is not five star, it is sit in a porcelain bath in the middle of nowhere soaking in artisan hot water full of minerals and goodness straight from the middle,of the earth. It is not red wine and slippers.....it is throw another log on the fire and enjoy the aroma of a camp oven chook and roast spuds on a bed of hot coals. It’s not check emails and Facebook......it is lay back and enjoy a clear sky with a million stars and absolute silence. It is not look at Australian wildlife through the cages in a zoo,.....it is Emu, Roos and other wildlife wandering around your camp site while you reflect on the lyrics of our iconic song “this is Australia” Get out there, give it a go and support our struggling farmers. Amazing.....that is all."

Peter King

Things to Do

There are endless things to absorb or to do at Charlotte Plains if you like the outdoors. Of course depending on the seasons and the time of year you need to chose wisely.

Wildlife, Painting, Photography, Station Work, History Tours, Bathing are but to name a few. You can experience the good seasons and the bad, with drought – that’s life. You can relax in the peace and quiet and wide open spaces or have your own party! Either way Charlotte Plains will have you wanting to come back.

Accomodation

Shearers’ Quarters

  • 8 rooms available
  • Double or twin
  • Kitchen, showers, toilets and laundry shared
  • Air conditioning available in some rooms
  • $90/night double/twin
  • $75/night single

Unpowered Camping

  • Located at the Artesian Bore
  • Toilets and showers available
  • Fires permitted, with suitable wood available in surrounding areas
  • Generators permitted between 7am and 10pm
  • No reception or phone access
  • $32/night for 2 guests
  • Additional adults $10/night
  • Additional children $5/night

Powered Camping

  • Located next to Shearers’ Quarters and Woolshed
  • All amenities available, including camp kitchen
  • Fires permitted, with suitable wood in surrounding areas
  • No reception or phone access
  • $38/night for 2 guests
  • Additional adults $10/night
  • Additional children $5/night

Groups

  • Larger groups can be accommodated on request
  • Please contact us to discuss your group visiting!
  • Fly-ins and coach tours welcome

Near Here

Out the Back Australia -For tours & luxury boutique accommodation at the Club Hotel
Stephanie Mills Gallery – A cafe like nowhere else, photographice exhibition and more..
• Noorama Picnic Races – usually second Saturday in April
Cunnamulla Events – Cunnamulla Fella Festival, Masters Games…more
Bonus Downs – Ooline trees, historical homestead and more….fly-in or drive

• Warrego Riverside Tourist Park – Newly opened tranquil campsite 3km from Cunnamulla on the Warrego River can also be enjoyed before or after travelling the 54 km to Charlotte Plains.

Date Farm, Winery and Mud Baths

Eulo – A town of natural based enterprises – cosmetics, honey,opals, mud and more..