Welcome to Blackall Caravan Park

On the banks or the Barcoo River, Blackall is a town to rest, relax and revive in amongst a green and friendly environment where a soak in an artesian spa will pleasantly surprise travellers.

Blackall has a fresh country atmosphere enhanced by glorious sunsets and clear night skies. Noted in particular as a tidy and refreshingly pollution-free town.
 
Blackall is located on the Landsborough Highway approximately 1100 km inland from Brisbane, distanced from the hectic pace of city living yet easily accessible by road and air. With temperate climate that produces winter temperatures of around 25 degrees Celsius, the town has a welcoming atmosphere set in picturesque main streets lined with beautiful bottle trees, old-style buildings and lively well-kept gardens.
 
Blackall was discovered in 1846 by explorer Major Thomas Mitchell who described the area as “the finest and most extensive pastoral region he had ever found”.
 
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Contact Details

Phone: 07 4657 4816

Fax: 07 4657 4327

Email: blackallpark@bigpond.com

Address:

Blackall Caravan Park

53 Garden Street

Blackall QLD 4472

Things to do in Blackall

Things to do in Blackall

  • Aquatic Centre/Artesian Spa
  • Black Stump
  • Jack Howe Memorial Statue
  • Barcoo Picnic Area
  • Pioneer Bore
  • Idalia National Park
  • Cultural Centre
  • Bird Watching Trail
  • Masonic Lodge
  • Wool Scour Tours
  • Bushman's Hotel Wishing Well
  • Ram Park
  • Art, Sculpture and Murial displays
  • McLean Place - visitors most welcome