Barcaldine Tourist & Caravan Park

Caravan Park - Queensland


Welcome to Barcaldine Tourist and Caravan Park. This Caravan Park is an Oasis in the west, located in Barcaldine, Central West Queesland. It offers beautiful grassy caravan sites and comfortable accommodation in their well appointed cabins.

Barcaldine, also known as the Garden City of The West, was established in November 1886. In 1891 'The Great Shearer’s Strike' took place under a large ghost gum in the centre of town. This site became known as the Tree of Knowledge and led to the start of the Australian Labour Party. Unfortunately the ghost gum was poisoned in May 2006 and never recovered. Today the site houses an architecturally designed memorial, which was officially opened on the 2nd May 2009.

There is plenty to see in Barcaldine. Take a stroll along the Main street and take in the Tree of Knowledge site, and then visit the Australian Workers Heritage Centre and the Historical Museum. The town also comes alive on the May Day long weekend every year when they have the Tree Of Knowledge Festival.

At Barcaldine Tourist Park, staff are extremely friendly to all and love meeting new people and getting to know them. They pride themselves on providing great service and a clean, comfortable environment for guests to enjoy.

The caravan park has 7 roomy unisex showers with their own toilet for privacy. It also offers disabled access & shower, laundry with coin operated washing machines & dryers, book exchange, gas refills, large camp kitchen, pet friendly and much more.


  • Coin Operated Laundry and Dryers.
  • Clothes Lines
  • Unisex Ensuite Amenities with Wheelchair Access
  • Dump Point
  • Gas Refills
  • Free WiFi
  • Camp Kitchen
  • Firepit
  • Free Gas BBQ’s
  • Bagged Ice
  • Pet Friendly
  • Free Billy Tea & Damper (May to Sept at 4 pm daily)

Seasonal Offerings

  • Free camp oven cooked date damper with syrup or treacle spread
  • Free Hot Billy Tea
  • Camp Oven Meals - Roast Meat & Veggies. Warm Dessert

Stayed one night Feb 2019. Large sites and very welcome green grass everthing well maintained. Amenities clean and good camp kitchen.

This is a pleasant, well-maintained park. The sites are generously sized, offering some shade and some grass. The camp kitchen is attractive. A campfire with billy tea and damper is usually available every afternoon. The staff are friendly - new management as of a month ago. The amenities are good - I particularly liked the ensuite style showers. Kangaroos come and nibble the grass in the evenings.
Unpowered Site $27.00
Per Site, per night (2 Adults) - from

Powered Site $32.00
Per Site, per night (2 Adults) - from

Additional Person $8.00
Per person, per night