The Family Hotel & Family Lodge Motel

Accommodation options to suit all needs and budgets. From shared facilities to self-contained, every traveller is catered for. Accommodation and catering available for large rally groups and motorcycle touring groups. No group too big or small. Airport pick-ups available in our 12-seater bus. Call to book. Call and chat with our friendly staff to discuss your needs.

Hotel Accommodations:

  • 6 pub rooms available in single, twin & doubles
  • Shared bathroom
  • Airconditioned for your comfort
  • TV & common kitchenette
  • Laundry facilities

Motel Accommodations:

  • 12 cabin style motel rooms with ensuites & TVs
  • Various bed configurations including single, twin, double & family
  • Tea & coffee making facilities
  • Airconditioned
  • Wheelchair friendly room
  • Off street parking

The ‘Res’:

  • Converted homestead at the rear of the hotel
  • 5 double bedrooms comprising 1 with ensuite, 4 with shared facilities
  • Common area and kitchenette for continental breakfasts (no cooking facilities)
  • Cooked meals available from the hotel

Your hosts:
Melissa & William Thomson & Staff
Call: 08 8091 3314
Mobile: 0428 913 349

Tibooburra Local Aboriginal Land Council (TLALC) Reserve

Just 2 minutes out of town at the end of Burgess Street, follow the emus through the gate! Remember to shut the gate.

  • Walking trail & Aboriginal heritage interpretation
  • Outback camping sites with pets & campfires permitted
  • Unpowered campsites
  • Shower & toilet amenities
  • Covered picnic shelter
  • Camping fees apply

For details contact TLALC office during business hours

Call: 08 8091 3435
Email: [email protected]

National Parks & Wildlife Service

Get a glimpse into station and prospecting life of days gone by in the Courthouse Museum in Tibooburra. Natural and Cultural heritage is on display in the Visitor Centre next door.

Travellers are encouraged to plan their visit to remote parks by being mindful of large distances between facilities and services. Weather can be challenging too. Summer trips out this way are best left to experienced remote travellers. Always carry extra water and food. If you encounter car troubles or become lost ALWAYS stay with your vehicle. It is easier to spot a car than a person from a search vehicle or plane. That said, we hope your visit is incident free. Prepare and ensure your vehicle & tyres are in top condition and have plenty of supplies and you’ll be well on your way to a fun and memorable holiday.

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

National Parks & Wildlife Service

Narriearra Caryapundy Swamp National Park

A new edition to the national park estate, this park is huge! Over 150,000 hectares of land incorporating former pastoral stations Teurika, Connulpie Downs and Narriearra. The natural and cultural conservation values of this park are equal to its size. Keep your eyes peeled for the illusive grey grass wren, a favourite of visiting bird watchers.

Granites Motel and Caravan Park

A variety of accommodation options are available to guests. From unpowered or powered campsites to clean, comfortable, ground floor motel accommodations. Ensuite cabins, cabins with shared facilities or 2 bed granny flat to self-contained 3 bedroom cottage or 4 bedroom home away from home. Accommodations to suit every visitor. Recent refurbishments throughout for your comfort and enjoyment.

  • Family rooms and cabins sleep up to six people
  • Most have queen sized beds
  • Tea, coffee & toast making facilities
  • Air-conditioned and heated rooms
  • Television
  • Communal kitchen
  • Air-conditioned cabins with and without private ensuites
  • Granny flat, cottage & homestead accommodations
  • Caravan sites, powered and unpowered
  • Bush-style camping, campfires permitted
  • Gas BBQ, laundry, swimming pool and spa
  • Natural playground of granite outcrops

Your hosts:
John & Mavis Jackson
Call: 08 8091 3477

Please note no online or email booking available.
Accommodation bookings by phone only.

Tibooburra Hotel – the ‘Two Storey’

Tibooburra Hotel is proudly back in business after the fire in 2020. Trading may have stopped for a while, but the work never did! This historic hotel and her accommodations and amenities are being rebuilt better than ever! New motel rooms now open!

Catering for every traveller. Disability and wheelchair friendly accommodations available.

  • 8 motel rooms consisting of 2 family rooms offering a queen and 4 singles or a queen and 3 singles & 6 queen + single rooms.
  • 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]

National Parks & Wildlife Service

Sturt National Park

Established in 1972 and added to in the 1980s, Sturt National Park is big. Former pastoral stations include Mount Wood, Olive Downs, Binera Downs, Fort Grey and Whitta Brinnah. Together these places make the park more than 300,000 hectares in size. Two prominent landscapes are featured. Stony downs to the east and dune fields to the west, heralding the desert that exists further west, beyond the park.

Sturt National Park

Mount Wood Shearer’s Quarters

Bunkhouse style accommodation for self-catering guests. Can accommodate up to 30 people. BYO bedding, linen, food and drinks.

Fees apply. Bookings essential.


Narriearra Caryapundy Swamp National Park

Camping & Exploring

Explore the ruins of a former pub, the Whittabrinnah Hotel. Camp overnight at the Caryapundy lookout campground. Take in the big sky and vast horizon. Plan your trip.

Park entry and camping fees apply.


Tibooburra Beds & Camping

Centrally located on the corner of Briscoe & Brown Streets, this venue provides superior suite accommodations to simple campsites for the spartan traveller. There are also laundry, communal kitchen and bathroom facilities for those passing through. See our website for more information.

Check in and collect keys from Tibooburra Food & Fuel (formerly called the Corner Country Store) at 49 Briscoe Street, Tibooburra.

Book online or over the phone.

Call: 08 8091 3333 or afterhours 0418 820 423
Email: [email protected]

Tibooburra War Memorial Motel

Formerly the Bush Children’s War Memorial Hostel, established to accommodate remote and isolated children in the 1960s.  This facility allowed kids to attend primary school with their peers and playmates.

This important community building has been thoughtfully refurbished to accommodate guests in comfort. The history of this building and how it came into being is a great part of Corner Country history. Check out the display in the hall for details.

Tibooburra Village Committee Inc oversees this facility and grounds on behalf of the community. Income feeds back into the community for this and other great community projects.

Plenty to see and enjoy inside and out!

  • 6 motel style rooms with ensuites
  • All rooms have queen beds, one room has an extra single bed
  • Common lounge room with TV & tea/coffee facilities, also has microwave, fridge, toaster, sink & dining table
  • Reverse cycle air conditioning
  • Smart TVs
  • Access to new kitchen and second lounge available at extra cost
  • Conference room available for hire
  • Free BBQs
  • Outdoor undercover seating
  • Public toilets with parent’s facilities & disability friendly
  • Outdoor gym
  • Swings, slides & basketball hoop
  • Pump track loop – BYO bike or scooter
  • Book exchange
  • War Memorial Museum
  • Petrified tree on display


Your hosts: Tibooburra Village Committee Inc.
Call Ashlee Hough: 0438 199 402
Email: [email protected]
Enquiries and bookings by phone or email.

Sturt National Park

Camping & Exploring

The Park has four campgrounds, each nestled in their distinct landscape. Dead Horse Gully is about two kilometres north of Tibooburra. Mount Wood campground is 27 km east. Olive Downs campground is 55 km north and Fort Grey campground is 120 km west. Pets and fires not permitted. Park entry and camp fees apply.

Sturt National Park

Mount Wood Homestead

Stay at the historic homestead complex of this sprawling former pastoral station. A unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the heritage listed history of station life and enjoy the wide expanses of Sturt National Park.

Up to eleven guests can be accommodated in a variety of queen and double rooms. Linen provided. Self-catering so BYO food and drinks.

Fees apply. Bookings essential.