4 Jul 2019 - 5 Jul 2019
2 guests - 1 room
A visit to Thargomindah will give you a lasting impression of the Australian Outback. Situated in Southwest Queensland, this small bush town began as a coaching company station. Travellers often want to stay at hotels near the airport or in a vintage, restored boutique hotel in Thargomindah.
All the town's lodging facilities are close to Thargomindah Airport (XTG). Even when you need last-minute hotels in Thargomindah, you can find them. Neighbuoring towns such as Hungerford and Noccundra have accommodations as well.
Two motels in town are within walking distance of the area's sights. Both are fairly cheap hotels in Thargomindah but boast of modern amenities like air conditioning and on-site restaurants. The two lodging facilities are right around the corner from the famous Leahy House, an 1885 mud-brick structure. The bricks were made locally, and only four original mud-brick buildings are still standing. Lake Bindegolly National Park is also a short distance away.
1. The first facility, the Oasis Motel, can accommodate individuals, couples, and families. With linked rooms, you can keep your kids nearby while maintaining your privacy. Every room has a refrigerator and TV with microwaves in the deluxe rooms.
2. The second facility, the Bulloo River Hotel Motel, has nine comfortable rooms; some are wheelchair accessible. It also has a beer garden, licenced bar, and dining room. It even has a place for you to do your laundry.
Some guests like to stay in the cabins or bunkhouse at Explorers Caravan Park. Like the two hotels, it is located on Dowling Street. With the powered sites kept separate from the camping areas, this park's facilities are comparable to the cheap hotels in Thargomindah. You can spend your days fishing in the Bulloo River or exploring the nearby Hydro Power Plant Display.
You may enjoy taking spontaneous trips and making reservations for last-minute hotels in Thargomindah.
1. Less than 100 miles from Thargomindah is the Noccundra Airport (YNCD). Visitors to Southwest Queensland often stay at the reasonably-priced Noccundra Hotel because of its location and historical significance. It is set on a sealed road for your safety and offers cabins for lodging. The single-story hotel was built in about 1870 and is made of stone with an iron-clad roof.
2. If you're really adventurous, you can take a four-wheel-drive down the road that leads to the tiny Innamincka settlement. On the way, you can stop to see the "Dig Tree" where 19th-century explorers buried supplies.
1. A pub that was used as a staging point for the local coaching company in the 19th century is now the Hungerford Royal Mail Hotel. You can sleep in either a single, twin, or family room at an affordable rate. You'll have access to shower and toilet blocks plus a laundry facility. For guests who prefer to stay in the 18-person bunkhouse, there is usually ample space. You can get meals, snacks, and souvenirs on the grounds.
You can find the best place to stay, like a boutique hotel in Thargomindah, by simply filtering the hotels on our Skyscanner for your favourite amenities.