Where to Stay?

Winton has a variety of accommodation from motel, hotel, caravan and camping.

Please book accommodation directly and note that accommodation will book out quickly. We strongly recommend you book ahead to ensure you get a place to stay during the festival.

If you have any trouble finding a room or for further information please contact Winton Visitor Information Centre on 1300 665 115 or contact them via their website here

In Winton

North Gregory Hotel & Caravan Park

67 Elderslie St, Winton
P (07) 4657 0647
E info@northgregoryhotel.com
www.northgregoryhotel.com

The Australian Hotel

70 Elderslie St, Winton
P (07) 4657 1214
(Hotel Rooms with shared amenities)

Banjo’s Holiday Units

64 Manuka St, Winton
P (07) 4657 1213
E banjosunits@hotmail.com
(Unit Style accommodation)

Boulder Opal Motor Inn

16 Elderslie St Winton
P (07) 4657 1211

http://www.boulderopalmotorinn.com.au

Middleton Hotel

Winton-Boulia Road
P (07) 4657 3980

Matilda Motel

20 Oondooroo St, Winton
P (07) 4657 1433
E  matildamotel@hotmail.com.au

http://www.matildamotel.com.au

Outback Motel

95 Elderslie Street, Winton
P (07) 4657 1422
E info@wintonoutbackmotel.com

http://www.wintonoutbackmotel.com

Tattersalls Hotel & Caravan Park

78 Elderslie St, Winton
P (07) 4657 1309

Please book accommodation directly with suppliers. Please note that accommodation will book out quickly, if you’re having trouble finding a room or for further information please contact the Visitor Information Centre.

Camping

Pelican Caravan Park

92 Elderslie St
Winton Qld
P (07) 4657 1478

Matilda Country Tourist Park

43 Chirnside St
Winton Qld
P (07) 4657 1607

http://www.matildacountrytouristpark.com

Opalton Bush Park and Corfield Camping Sites

Located 80km north of Winton, Corfield is a small town with a pub and camping ground with a lot of character. The town has a population of just 10!

Sites are $2 per person

http://www.experiencewinton.com.au/corfield

Bladensburg National Park

17km south-west of Winton Spectacular views from flat-topped mesas and plateaus, residual sandstone ranges, vast grassland plains and river flats provide the backdrop to a rich history at Bladensburg National Park.

http://www.nprsr.qld.gov.au/parks/bladensburg

Long Waterhole

2 km south of Winton. Self-sufficient campers can stay at this site, but be aware that there is no power, water or facilities. The camping area is reached from the Winton–Jundah Rd.

http://www.exploreaustralia.net.au/

Please book accommodation directly with suppliers. Please note that accommodation will book out quickly, if you’re having trouble finding a room or for further information please contact the Visitor Information Centre.

In Outback Queensland

An official partner of the festival, Bus Queensland coach services operate from Brisbane to Mount Isa and return, with a stop in Winton.

To help you plan your travel, refer here for the Bus Queensland Timetables BNE-ISA and ISA-BNE.

Tickets on Bus Queensland can be booked online at 

www.busqldoutback.com.au/book-now

or by calling 1300 287 537

Kinnon & Co Outback Lodges

63-65 Ilfracombe Rd, Longreach
P 07 4658 3811
E lodges@kinnonandco.com.au

FB https://facebook.com/Kinnonandco

www.kinnonandco.com.au

Abajaz Motor Inn

11 Wonga Street, Longreach
P (07) 4658 1288
E Online E-mail
www.abajazmotorinn.com.au

Albert Park Motor Inn

Stork Rd, Longreach
P (07) 4658 2411
E stay@longreachaccomodation.com
www.longreachaccommodation.com

For more accommodation in Queensland’s Outback visit

http://www.queenslandholidays.com.au/

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What is it about Winton?

Winton is an authentic outback Australian town and home to less than 1,000 people.

It has a rich history to be discovered as the birthplace of Waltzing Matilda and QANTAS and links to the Great Shearers’ Strike of 1891. Winton is home to Australia’s richest collection of dinosaur fossils which can be easily explored at the Australian Age of Dinosaurs and Lark Quarry.

The region is home to diverse natural history and spectacular landscapes: rolling Mitchell Grass Downs suddenly interrupted by mesa formations, starkly beautiful red earth and spinifex country, and Channel Country, undulating plains as far as the eye can see. This is big sky country.