Cobb & Co Caravan Park is conveniently located in town making it only a short walk to the shops, yet it is still set in the beautiful natural bushland surrounding Charleville. John is your host and goes out of his way to ensure a friendly welcome and help you make the most of your stay.

The park is a quiet and peaceful play to stay with many shady grassed areas suitable for Camping and Caravanning. It caters for tents right through to caravans and motorhomes, offering a range of unpowered and powered sites. Many drive through sites are available and there are large sites for RV’s. The grounds and amenities are clean and tidy and very well maintained.

Should you wish to have a break from the van, or catch up with family and friends there are also a range of fully self-contained cabins available. The park is well facilitated as indicated below, allows fires in fire season and is pet friendly.

For a small town there is lots to see and do in Charleville (See Things to Do) below, and as a central hub to other western towns, it can be a good place to stock up before heading off.

HOW TO GET THERE
From the main street passing through Charleville (Mitchell Hwy/Sturt Street) look for Alfred Street just on the northern side of town. (Landmark: Two story yellow building) head down Alfred Street approximately 1.6km and turn right into Ridgeway Street, go around the bend and the office will be on your right.

SITE ACCESS
Pull up on the road in front of the office to check in.

FEES & BOOKINGS
Fees are from $24 for Unpowered Sites
$32/night for Powered Sites
Cabins range from $95/night.
All rates are for 2 people. Additional cost per person.

THINGS TO DO
Take a stroll around Graham Andrews Park and explore the native gardens, the Steiger Vortex Rainmaking Gun which was introduced in the early 1900’s in anticipation the blast would change the atmospheric pressure and entice the rain. The park also has a windmill, watercourse and a children’s playground.

The Visitor Information Centre lies just south of town and houses the Cosmos Observatory. They have many tours to choose from including, introduction to the Night Sky, Aboriginal night time stories, Astronomy by day and Bilby experiences and camel rides out the front.

You can visit the local weather station for an insight into how they predict the weather, and check out the Royal Flying Doctor base and the Charleville branch of the School of Distance Education. Other attractions include the Heritage, Flood and Fire Tour, WII Top Secret USA Base Tours, The Historic House Museum, Scenic flights by Outback Air Tours and some Tag Along Tours to the outback.

WHAT’S NEARBY
Top Parks Bailey Bar Caravan Park
Kui Park Charleville Bush Caravan Park
Charleville Bush Camp

Opening Hours

Monday

8:30am - 7:00pm

Tuesday

8:30am - 7:00pm

Wednesday

8:30am - 7:00pm

Thursday

8:30am - 7:00pm

Friday

8:30am - 7:00pm

Saturday

8:30am - 7:00pm

Sunday

8:30am - 7:00pm

Address & Contact

Our Address

1 Ridgeway Street

GPS

-26.395966, 146.25130628716

Telephone
Soc. Networks

Additional Information

Suburb:

Charleville

State:

QLD

Pin Code:

4470

Pricing Detail:

From $24

Post ID:

17708

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Features

 
  
Toilets Available
Water Filling Available
Disabled Facilities
Showers Available
Drinking Water Available
Rubbish Bins Available
Dump Point Available
Power Available
Mobile Phone Reception
Pets Permitted
On Application
Suitable for Tents
Camper Trailers
Caravans
Campervans & Motorhomes
Big Rig Access
On Site Accommodation
RV Turn Around Area
RV Parking Available
Some Shade Available
Fires Permitted
Picnic Table Available
BBQ Available
Shelter Available
Camp Kitchen
Laundry
Internet Access
Generators Not Permitted