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We stayed 2 nights on the lagoon and had a wonderful time. Toni & Greg our hosts are very attentive to campers needs. Wood is supplied for an unforgettable evening campfire. Campsites are well spaced and you can use the facilities if needed. Still plenty...More
We choose an unpowered camp site on the lagoon for 2 night, $25 night. Another couple booking in the same time as us (also bush camping on the lagoon) asked about using the showers and were informed that would be an extra $5. I think...More
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Response from Toni S, Owner at Kilcowera StationResponded 3 weeks ago
Hi Shirl, thanks for your nice review! Just a comment on the charge for access to the bathroom amenities. Camping at the lagoon is advertised and promoted as bush camping. Usually with bush camping there are no facilities. So to have access to bathroom facilities...More
It was well worth the 200km detour to get to Killowera Station due to rain and some roads being closed. However a warm welcome by Toni and Greg and our stay in the shearers quarters for two nights was wonderful. Very comfortable. and a well...More
Stayed two nights last week. The lagoon is slightly over full - drowning a couple of their campsites - and this made for a very special campsite. Firewood delivered by Greg each day, and excellent mud maps for drives around the property by Toni.
I have stayed at Kilcowera twice now and it wont be my last. The hosts, Greg and Toni are amazing people. We stayed in the shearers quarters which were clean and warm. The community kitchen had everything that you wanted. Our group chose to have...More
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US$25 - US$40 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
The road from Thargomindah isn't too bad - about 50/50 paved or dirt. Dirt roads are of a good standard but once there is rain....then generally the roads are closed. The roads through the property of Kilcowera may be a... More
The road from Thargomindah isn't too bad - about 50/50 paved or dirt. Dirt roads are of a good standard but once there is rain....then generally the roads are closed. The roads through the property of Kilcowera may be a little more challenging for the bike but you will be right to arrive at camping sites or the station itself.
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"all rooms are comfortable and of a similar standard."