Places To Stay
Bourke is home to a large selection of accommodation from Caravan Parks to Back packers and Motels. Accommodation to suit all budgets and tastes. Please contact accommodation provider for pricing and latest information.
Cabins and Powered sites - Kidmans Camp was established in 1998 by current owners Peter and Tracey Simmonds, Peter a former Australian Champion Bronc Rider and builder and Tracey who is also a competitive rodeo rider grew up in Bourke and have lived in the region most of their lives. Peter and Tracey saw the tourism industry as one that was growing and in the mid 1990's set aboutthe development of what was to become Kidmans Camp. Peter, with his building background laid out the plans for a Caravan and Cabin park that would ultimately have the capacity of 500 guests. Call in and visit for yourselves. The Outback's best Van Park!
The building was erected in 1890 for Dr. Sipes as a medical centre and residence. It was named after Mr. Towers, his chemist. It survived the 1890 flood and severe fire. Succeeding doctors used it until 1920.Bourke and District Historical Society has used the premises from 1976 to 1996 as a museum. Apartments 1, 2 and 3 are all located on the first floor. These have shared cooking and bathroom facilities. Apartment 4 has private cooking and bathroom facilities.
25 units; pool; BBQ; colour TV; air-conditioning; 4.5 star; now able to take coaches. The Bourke Riverside Motel was created from the 133 year old Telegraph Hotel. The restored and refurbished hotel offers a new standard in outback accommodation.
Darling River Motel
30 units; air-conditioning; pool. The Darling River Motel is family owned and operated and offers you a choice of budget, standard or executive units. Families are well catered for with units available that can sleep up to 6 people. The Motel is only a short stroll from clubs, restaurants and the business centre of town.
Back O' Bourke Motel
Self contained units; air-conditioning; secure parking etc. Back O' Bourke Accommodation is situated on eight acres and only 500 metres from the Darling River in the village of North Bourke, 5 Km from town on the Wanaaring/ Hungerford road. Catering for all levels of accommodation providing 2,3,4 bedroom units all fully self contained. Facilities include: tennis court, Austar, large flat screen TV's, complimentary wireless broadband, pool and hot tub, split system airconditioners.
Close to the airport, complimentary pick up and drop off. 500 m to the shop and pub. Quiet peaceful surroundings, Back O' Bourke Accommodation is perfect for those who want to get away from it all, relax and sit beside the cool pool or play a game of tennis. At Back O' Bourke we also offer short and long term rooms at very reasonable rates.
Major Mitchell Motel
16 units; AUSTAR; direct dial phones; internet access; split system air-conditioning; closest motel to clubs and restaurants; family rooms available; family owned and operated; shaded pool.
The Bridge Inn
4 Bogan Street, North Bourke, NSW 2840
Ph: (02) 6872 3167
Fax: (02) 6872 2265
Mob: (04) 2827 9081
2 Executive suites with en-suites (Queen-size beds plus single sofa-bed); 7 Free-standing cabins with en-suites (Queen-size beds plus single sofa-bed); 1 Free-standing cabin with wheelchair-friendly en-suite; Direct access to accommodation; Heated floors; Bathroom spas; Tea/coffee; refrigerator; library books; bath robes; TV; Austar; clock/radio; Internet connection in each suite; Fax facilities available at main office; In-house laundry service; Dining room and cocktail bar; family accommodation available in town at 33 Richard st (2 by 2 bedroom units); 1 by 3 bedroom family unit now available at 'Lynwood', Richard St, Bourke
Situated on the right side on the North Bourke Bridge. All cabins and executive suites feature custom-made furniture to resemble the early 1900's. Each cabin has a verandah on 3 sides with table and chair settings and your own parking space. The main house and executive suites are on a first-floor level and have a verandah all the way around.
Poets on Mertin B and B
Welcome to Poets on Mertin B&B, the home you've always wanted, right in the heart Bourke the Outback. Poets on Mertin B&B is a fully self contained refurbished 1950s House of Significance located in the heart of the Outback NSW Bourke. Located within easy walking distance of Bourke's bustling Main Street, our accommodation is a convenient base to explore the Bourke area or just enjoy the friendly Country atmosphere and lifestyle.
Port Of Bourke Hotel
32 Mitchell Street, Bourke, NSW 2840
Ph: (02) 6872 2544
20 rooms; pub rooms; air-conditioning; restaurant; shared bathroom; great family atmosphere; always open.
Bistro: 6:30pm - 8:30pm Mon - Sat
Lunch: 12:00pm - 2:00pm Tues - Sat
Mitchell Caravan Park
2 - 4 Becker Street, BOURKE NSW 2840
(Cnr Mitchell and Becker Streets out towards Brewarrina)
Phone: 02 6872-2791
GPS Co-ordinates: 30* 5' 24" S, 145* 56' 58" E
Mitchell Caravan Park is pet friendly and offers Powered Sites, Drive Thru Ensuite Sites and Unpowered Sites plus budget cabin accommodation that have their own private outside amenity. We also offer Happy Hours for our guests to get together and have a yarn and make new friends (peak season only), FREE Wifi, Camp Kitchen with FREE Gas BBQ, disabled amenity, coin-operated laundry facilities, online booking facility so you can guarantee your spot! Come and see what our park is all about and make us your base whilst travelling around Bourke and surrounds! We hope to see you on your next outback adventure!
77 Darling St
Ph: (02) 6872 2837
Mob: (04) 2824 8214
4 fully self-contained spacious 2 bedroom units.
Dinner; Bed & Breakfast; experience a large outback cattle & sheep station. Gary and Liz Murray invite you to join them at historic Trilby Station for a truly unique and memorable outback experience.
Fish the picturesque waters of the Darling River and explore their 130,000 acre working station, situated near Louth, SW of Bourke NSW... this visit will become the highlight of your Outback NSW holiday.
Comeroo Camel Station
Dinner; Bed & Breakfast; Camping; Fishing etc. There is an abundance of things to see and do while you enjoy your stay at Comeroo. For the fisherman Comeroo offers great opportunities for yabbying and hooking an abundance of delicious yellowbelly and catfish which frequent the waterways. Take a relaxing canoe trip up the Cuttaburra Creek to where James Tyson lived in the early century. Of course there is the option of simply relaxing and soaking up the Back O' Bourke hospitality.
Gidgee Guest House
rooms surround relaxing , beautiful garden area
off street ,secure parking
fully equipped kitchen for guests use , BBQ, laundry
free Wi fi
shared bathrooms convenient to rooms
singles, doubles, bunk rooms
suits overnighters, itinerant workers(long term rates) large groups
in the centre of town, close to all amenities
Food and Huts by Mount Oxley
"Rossmore" Station Bourke
Phone: (02) 6872 3275
Mobile: 0427 815 385
Denise and Bill refer to their rustic accommodation as "Authentic Shearer's Hut ... with a bit of sprucing up." As was the norm in the 1950's, the building is constructed of timber and fibro, featuring 6 bedrooms opening onto the verandah, an original dining room (still furnished as it was in days gone by with a huge table and trestles), an open fireplace, old electric stove and refrigerator and kitchen with a slow combustion two door oven.
The huts feature recently constructed bathrooms but the septic toilets, as early Australian tradition dictated, are still a 30 metre stroll from the accommodation, to which one visitor commented- "if I wanted to sleep next to the toilet I'd be in a motel"
Five of the bedrooms at the huts have been renovated, the pick of them being the Sir Charles Sturt room featuring a view to Mt Oxley through the glass doors.
The huts are situated in natural surroundings and are cleaned on the day of your arrival to ensure freshness.
Rose Isle Station
'Rose Isle' is a working grazing property located 70 kilometres down stream of Bourke, on the Darling River Run (East Road). With beautiful river views, peaceful camp sites and accommodation for fishing, camping, hiking or just relaxing in the back country.
They have powered and un-powered spots for caravans, camp trailers, boats and tents, but also provide a self-contained cottage, shearers quarters and dongas for those travelling without setting up their own camps.
'Rose Isle' is only 30 kilometres from Louth, so makes it a great central spot for day trips to hike and visit Mt Gundabooka, Louth, Toorale Station, and nearby towns Cobar and Bourke. They can cater for overnight visitors with dinner and breakfast, and will also prepare homemade packs for your day trips. You only need two as a minimum booking for a home cooked four course meal but keep in mind they can also do the same for up to 200. Come and see the real outback!
Sunshine Gardens Bourke Resort
71 Anson St, Bourke NSW 2840
Ph: (02) 6870 1331
Boasting a restaurant, a bar, and a garden, sunshine gardens Bourke resort offers accommodation in Bourke with free Wi-Fi and pool views. This apartment provides free private parking and a shared kitchen.
With 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom with a bath, this apartment is fitted with a flat-screen TV. For added convenience, the property can provide towels and bed linen for an extra charge.
Guests at the apartment can enjoy a buffet breakfast.
Sunshine gardens Bourke resort offers an indoor pool. A terrace is available for guests to use at the accommodation.