Birdsville Queensland is at the end of the Birdsville Track and is one of Outback Australia’s most recognised towns.
Deep in the heart of wild and isolated country, Birdsville is situated between the eastern edge of the Simpson Desert. The vast gibber plains of Sturt’s Stony Desert to the south and rich Channel Country to the north.
Once a notorious place through which cattle drovers moved their stock, Birdsville is now a thriving community. You can enjoy a cold drink at the Birdsville Hotel or try your taste buds on a curried camel pie. How about backing a winner at the Birdsville Races or dance the day away at the Birdsville Big Red Bash.
Watch the sunset over Big Red, the tallest sand dune in the Simpson Desert. You could also spend an unforgettable day with family and friends at the Birdsville billabong. Here you will find birdlife, fish, yabbies and marsupials abound.
Australia’s most iconic outback pub. Everyone wants to say they’ve had a beer at The Birdsville Hotel.
Since 1884, it’s weathered sandstone walls have been a welcome refuge to travellers from across the globe. A destination in its own right, the pub has endured floods, fires and even cyclones. It stands as a symbol of the spirit and character of the outback.
The Birdsville Hotel is steeped in history. It has played a fascinating, yet important, part in the exploration and settlement of Australia’s desert country.
Today, the iconic award-winning pub is the main focus in Birdsville. Always popular, but more so during the running of the famous annual Birdsville Races and the Big Red Bash. The pub offers visitors comfy accommodation, traditional pub fare, quality wine list, and ice-cold drinks. In fact everything needed for an authentic outback experience.
At Birdsville you can park your car out front or your plane on the airstrip opposite. Once you enter the Birdsville pub you’ll find yourself in a place like no other. It’s a place where you can immerse yourself in the ambience and stories told by colourful characters.
The Caravan Park is the perfect place to relax on your journey. It’s the ideal base for trips to the Simpson Desert National Park, Big Red Sand Dune or Poepple Corner. Our park overlooks Birdsville Billabong with lovely water views on spacious camping grounds.
The Birdsville Caravan Park has nine fully serviced units with fridges and televisions plus three deluxe fully self-contained cabins. All accommodation is air-conditioned. Spoil yourself and stay in the lap of luxury in the desert country. They have 54 powered sites and 30 acres of camp sites along the banks of the billabong.
Your hosts will make you welcome and can provide information on things to see and do during your stay.
Spoil yourself and stay in the lap of luxury in the desert country. Enjoy being along the banks of the billabong where over 100 species of birds have been identified.
The billabong, located on the edge of town, is a beautiful place to view the outback sunset. Here you can also enjoy walking, kayaking, swimming or fishing. Across the water is Pelican Point, a small peninsula with a great view of the billabong and its birdlife. Pelican Point is especially beautiful at sunset, against the arid backdrop of the desert. Come and enjoy this relaxing spot with family or friends. It’s an oasis not to be missed for any keen fishermen.
The area around Birdsville is unique and interesting. Most of it does require a car, so if you have flown in you may be restricted to visiting the sights around the town. These too are very interesting!
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