Van Sites (powered/unpowered) and Camping
With numerous sites to choose, powered sites are 20 m by 8 m and are all drive through with power and water available at each site entry.
Sites have a collection of native plants species endemic to the area and offer shade and privacy as well as fluttering bird life.
Plenty of room to move for campers with pastured areas to set up - or go remote and pitch your tent away on the red earth soils amongst the mulga.
Amenities, laundry, camp kitchen, BBQ,, bar, entertainment
Two amenities blocks conveniently situated with easy reach and one with ramp and disabled wheeler chair access. Ensuites design, good pressure shower and toilet in each with on demand hot water.
The laundry has 3 washing machines catering for big and small loads.
The camp kitchen is a highlight with over 120 square meters under cover with guest fridge, freezer, BBQs and sink areas for you to prepared and enjoy your meals any time of the day.
The Evening Star tourist park has a licenced bar that is open from 5 pm onwards most days throughout the season with a selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages available at reasonable prices. It is here that our friends and guest relax and unwind around what is probably the best campfire settings in south west Qld.
Entertainment on offer a few nights each week with travelling musicians and visitors all chipping in to make a memorable night.
Things to do
The main office block is gathering place with tea and coffee available under protected seating.
Go exploring through the Mulgalands on the numerous bush tracks and you might find yourself at the Old Woolshed where the stationary motors still run and discover the old farm machinery from yesteryear scattered through the property.
Around the Campfire most evenings, we also undertake community introductions and discussion about the people, the lifestyles and the environmental values found in south west QLD . This conversation entails the various riverine catchments found out here, the current challenges facing rural communities and rangeland grazing systems as well as the potential opportunities we can undertake to ensure vibrant and resilience landscapes and communities.
The conversations have been known
to get passionate and lively
and are great fun for all involved!