Adels Grove Caravan Park - Lawn Hill National Park QLD

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Adels Grove Caravan Park is located at Wills Rd - N , Lawn Hill National Park. Adels Grove is 423km north west of Cloncurry. 4WD is recommended in the wet season. There are 1 powered and 70 unpowered sites available for caravans, campers and motorhomes. On site accommodation is also available and includes 7 pre-erected tents and 8 rooms with linen provided. The park has abundant wildlife and birds.  Excellent bushwalks can be enjoyed in this location. We would like to add more information to this description so if you have stayed at this park would you kindly add your own review and comments using the form below. Bookings can be made by telephoning the park and please tell the park that you found them on Caravan Park Photos.

Photos and reviews on this page were kindly supplied by our roving reporter Roger Sando in July 2016.

REGION: > QLD > Western > Mt Isa & North Western > Lawn Hill National Park

Contact and Location
Adels Grove Caravan Park
Wills Rd - N
Lawn Hill National Park QLD 4825
P: 07 4748 5502
F: 07 4748 5600

GPS:S18 41 22,E138 31 50
GPS:S18 41.3813,E138 31.8341

  1. Carolyn Tegg  of  Upwey Wed April 19, 2023 at 5:33 PM

    We've stayed here twice. 2015 and 2019…..and left a week before the restaurant burnt down. It's a great place to relax and explore. We always enjoyed the river cruise in Lawn Hill. We stayed in the dog section and enjoyed walking to a spot she could swim. We were hoping to come again in late June but might have to check the flood damage is fixed by what I have read.
  2. Cheryl Vawdrey  of  Ballarat Sun March 12, 2023 at 5:37 PM

    We stayed in the park in 2017 in our camper trailer and were amazed at how beautiful the river and park grounds were. An oasis in the desert. The facilities are first class. Highly recommend it for canoeing, bush walks and wildlife
  3. Roger Sando  of  Whyalla Wed August 3, 2016 at 8:00 PM

    We stayed here in early June 2016. There are two camping areas and neither has power available. The lower area is called The Grove and it is located closer to the gorge and is shaded almost completely. For people with solar panels and generators, another area is located adjacent with fewer trees for solar panel sites and generator sites located further back. Cost was $18.00 pp per night. The reception area is located at the front of the main building with a dining and bar area out the back on a large deck. Internet and phone reception is generally available within this decked area and out near the booking in and reception area.....but can be a bit hit and miss. In general it is a great park and has good toilet/shower and laundry areas. The caravan sites are very large and defined by rock edges. It is interesting that camp fires are allowed between the caravan areas and if any section of the defining rock edges are in the way of foot/wheel chair access or other traffic or reason, you are allowed to remove the rocks temporarily and relay when leaving. There are many accommodation options including Eco tents, and cabins of various sizes and configurations. There is access to the gorge for swimming (well used) in either the deep water or a shallower sandy area called "the beach". Canoes can be hired at the Grove and you can paddle up the gorge to the Lawn Hill National Park site. The Lawn Hill National Park is about 10 kms by road from Adel Grove and swimming is also an option here too. We swam in both places... but you get to swim with a few small Johnson fresh water crocodiles and the odd water snake which does not seem to bother most people we swam with either. Meals are available in the dining area from a two choices, but variable, set menu in the dining area and you need to book for the evening meal as supplies are often limited and the menu is decided sometimes, by what is available at the time. We did have a great meal with choice of desert for $30.00 pp. In all we had a great time here..... although the road in from Cammooweal is pretty rough and includes 3 or 4 stream/creek/waterhole crossings. The Gregory Downs road is also rough in places but about half the road has been partly sealed or dust supressed by a local mining company a few years ago.
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