Tibooburra is boasting with locally owned and operated business, along side of dependable services ready to cater to your needs.

Tibooburra Food & Fuel

Located in the centre of town right next door to the national parks office. True country hospitality. Our friendly staff will be happy to assist you with tourist information. Excellent service and great atmosphere.

  • Breakfast from 6am – All day menu
  • Diesel & 95 Premium ULP fuel
  • Café meals & take-aways
  • Great coffee & cakes
  • Cold drinks & ice creams
  • Catering for groups
  • Evening meals
  • Fresh food, groceries & butcher supplied meats
  • Hardware
  • Ice & firewood
  • Souvenirs, books & maps
  • Open 7 days 6am to 7pm
  • Bookings for Tibooburra Beds & Camping

Your host:
Vicki Jackson & Staff
Call: 0880913333
Mobile: 0418 820 423
Email: [email protected]
Facebook: www.facebook.com/CornerCountryStore

TJ’s Roadhouse

Our friendly staff are on hand to assist you with all your goods and service needs. Visitor information including things to see and do and current road conditions. Delicious food and accommodation bookings for motel and caravan park. Located on the Silver City Highway at the southern entrance to Tibooburra township.

  • Licenced Post Office
  • Diesel & Unleaded fuel
  • Gas bottle refill & sway-and-go
  • WiFi available
  • Banking Agency & EFTPOS
  • Café, take away & licenced restaurant
  • Group catering (prebooked)
  • Beer Garden
  • Dine in or take away
  • Ice, souvenirs, groceries
  • Public toilets & laundry
  • Tyre workshop supply & repairs
  • Centrelink
  • Tourist Information
  • Bookings for Granites Motel & Caravan Park (bookings by phone only)

Your hosts: John & Mavis Jackson
Call: 08 8091 3477
Web: www.tibooburramotel.com.au

The Family Hotel

It really is a family affair at The Family Hotel with publicans Melissa and William Thomson and some their grown children working together to welcome visitors to this iconic outback pub! Built in 1882 the pub has a long tradition as an oasis welcoming visitors in this dry and remote place.

In the 1960s famous Australian artist Clifton Pugh and some of his friends called Tibooburra home for a while. During that time artworks and murals were rendered on many of the walls in the hotel. This tradition has continued into recent times with new murals added by contemporary artists including Roxanne Minchin. No trip to Tibooburra and the Corner Country is complete without seeing these artworks in person. Some are a bit, well, bawdy, so consider yourself warned… Enjoy a drink and a meal while you’re here.

  • 6 hotel rooms with shared facilities
  • 12 cabin-style motel rooms with ensuites
  • Wheelchair-friendly rooms & cabin available
  • The ‘Res’ has 5 double rooms, 1 with ensuite
  • Airconditioned for your comfort
  • Food! Dine in or take away menus
  • Counter meals & dining room for larger groups
  • Drinks! Selection of beers on tap & great wine selections
  • Pool table & big TV for the big games
  • Covered street-front veranda to sit, sip & contemplate what to order

Your hosts:
Melissa & William Thomson & Staff
Call: 08 8091 3314
Mobile: 0428 913 349
Facebook: www.facebook.com/familyhotel12
Web: www.tibooburra.com.au

Tibooburra Hotel – the ‘Two Storey’

Unusual for the time, in the late 1800s, the very first licensee of this hotel was a woman. Today times have changed but the tradition of leading women lives on. Today’s publican is also a woman whose family held the licence a couple of generations back. Family tradition of hospitality is alive and well.

Check out the new refurbishments currently underway after the dramatic fire which engulfed this historic pub in 2020.

Call in for a drink and a meal. Stay overnight in the newly built accommodations. Have a chat with your hosts about what to see and do while you’re here. The beer is always cold and the meals are delicious!

  • 5 hotel rooms, one fully equipped and accessible for disabled guests
  • 8 motel rooms include 2 family rooms & 6 queen.
  • Licensed restaurant with excellent wine selection
  • Dining room & kitchen
  • Dining room with ala carte menu or counter meals and take aways
  • Air conditioned, pool table, darts
  • Big televisions for those important broadcasts
  • Aviation fuel and airport pickup

Your hosts:
Tracey & Craig Hotchin & Staff
Call: 08 8091 3310
Email: [email protected]
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TibooburraHotel/
Web: www.tibooburrahotel.com.au

Tibooburra Airstrip

The airstrip is open to licensed aviators. Located 6 kilometres from Tibooburra town, the strip is sealed and lit.

Pick up, drop offs and refuelling are managed by the Tibooburra Hotel – locally called The Two Storey.

Call: 08 8091 3310

Tibooburra Health Service

Formerly called Tibooburra & District Hospital, this facility was built in 1890 to cater to the emerging health needs of residents and miners. Today Tibooburra Health Service works in conjunction with the Royal Flying Doctor Service to provide healthcare to the community.

Visiting travellers are advised for your own and others’ safety please do not travel to remote townships or locations if you are unwell. Travellers are encouraged to carry sufficient medications and back up prescriptions for the entire duration of their journey.

  • Emergency treatments only
  • On call 24/7 for emergencies
  • Open hours Mon – Fri 9am – 4pm
  • No GP or pharmacy on site.

08 8083 2900
RFDS emergency: 08 8088 1188
Police: 08 8091 3303
In case of emergency call: 000

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Albert Hall

Albert Hall is a large community hall built of local sandstone with timber floors and a stage. Always ready for music and dancing. The hall is available for large gatherings like weddings, art exhibitions, meetings, art classes, training sessions for large groups and live music.

Managed for the community by the Tibooburra & District Progress Association, this venue is available for hire and is located on Briscoe Street, Tibooburra.

Call John Ainsworth: 0419 283 663

CWA Tea room

CWA Tearoom is a smaller venue just next door to Albert Hall.  Commercial kitchen facilities and a versatile space for gatherings such as banquets or meetings, and smaller forums.

The Tearoom is run by the local Country Women’s Association.

Call Rachel Hill: 08 8091 3551

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National Parks & Wildlife Service Office

Call or visit the National Parks office for helpful travel information for the region and particularly the two nearby parks. Sturt National Park is located close to Tibooburra and Narriearra Caryapundy Swamp National Park is 60 km to the east.

In town, history buffs should check out the Courthouse Museum. See the visitor centre display of local artefacts and information about natural and cultural history. It’s just next door to the Courthouse Museum. Our knowledgeable staff are here to help you plan and enjoy your visit.

For more information contact National Parks & Wildlife Service

Office + Visitor Centre + Courthouse Museum

Sturt National Park + Narriearra Caryapundy Swamp National Park

51 Briscoe Street, Tibooburra
Call: 08 8091 3308
Web: www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/things-to-do/visitor-centres/tibooburra-visitor-centre