Northern Goldfields accommodation ranges from historic outback pubs to traditional caravan parks, camping grounds and remote outback station stays, all offering a warm welcome that’s typical of real Australian outback hospitality.
Advance bookings are strongly recommended, as Northern Goldfields accommodation is often very popular. Meals can be arranged outside of normal hours where food is provided, or ask about local restaurant opening hours when you make a booking. Remember, this is Australia’s real outback which is very friendly and welcoming but sometimes local arrangements may differ from standard practice elsewhere.
Choose from historic outback pubs, traditional caravan parks, camping grounds and remote outback station stays. Search the list below or contact the local visitor centres for more information about Northern Goldfields accommodation.
Leonora Lodge is Outback Parks & Lodges flagship property! Originally a mining village for FIFO workers at the nearby Sons of Gwalia gold mine, the Lodge has since been fully refurbished to provide clean, comfortable rooms and self contained units in a friendly and relaxed setting.
Leonora Caravan Park is a small, friendly oasis right in the centre of town. The Park is a popular base for prospectors who come back year after year looking for gold and sharing their stories around a camp fire at the end of a day. It is also an ideal base for exploring the infamous Golden Quest Discovery Trail and Leonora Loop Trails.
Located at the start of the Great Central Road, Laverton Caravan Park offers travellers a peaceful resting place right in the centre of town.
Coolgardie Gold Rush Motels offers quality accommodation, fabulous food and genuine country hospitality.
The Mine Manager’s House was commissioned in 1898 by Herbert Hoover, the manager of the Sons of Gwalia gold mine at the time. Hoover would later became the 31st President of the United States
Leonora Motor Inn offers a fantastic base from which to explore and experience the grandeur and splendour of the Northern Goldfields
Ilkurlka Roadhouse is situated in the Great Victoria Desert along the Anne Beadell Highway, approx 700 kilometres north-east of Kalgoorlie, within the Tjuntjuntjara Aboriginal community.
The Menzies Caravan Park could not be more conveniently located, being right in the centre of town and only 40 minutes from the iconic 'Inside Australia' sculpture exhibition at Lake Ballard
For an authentic Australian outback experience, visit Kookynie - a living gold rush ghost town on the Golden Quest Discovery Trail with its popular Outback pub, the Grand Hotel.