BEDOURIE HOTEL an oasis on the edge of the Simpson Desert THE OASIS ON THE EDGE OF THE DESERT From the desert sand dunes to the inland rivers, the Royal Hotel in Bedourie is an Oasis on the edge of the Simpson Desert Who we are Established in 1886, the hotel is built from adobe bricks and has been continuously operating ever since. The current owner, Jim Smith, has owned the hotel since 1971. The Bedourie Hotel is the meeting place for travellers in the outback, with icy cold beer and an atmosphere you will only find in an outback pub. Accommodation The Bedourie Hotel has 11 fully serviced motel rooms with comfortable double and family rooms available. En suites and non-stop hot water away the outback dust. Priced from only $110 per night, call or email us to book. Meals One of the great memories you will enjoy when travelling the Outback is the great hospitality you will find along the way and the Bedourie has that in spades. Your choice of counter meals or seating in our rusting dining room, you have your choice of great rump steaks or T Bones, cooked just the way you like, lamb, or barra we have it all. OUR COMMUNITY Bedourie Our small town offers plenty of other facilities and events for visitors, including fuel, limited mechanical repairs, groceries and drinks to replenish your eskies before heading off on your adventure through this great outback land. Gymkhana 1st weekend of July Perched on a sand dune and surrounded by Eyre Creek, soak up all the action and speed of the country’s best horse, bike and bull riders in Bedourie. A township home to 120 locals and is appropriately named to reference a ‘dust storm’, stand ringside with hundreds, who flock to appreciate precision, agility and tight teamwork at it’s very best. Camel Races 2nd weekend of July Forget horses, it’s the camels that reign supreme in Bedourie. Be amongst the hundreds of race goers who converge on the town to watch dozens of camels race in six events, worth a total of more than AUD11,000. Also amongst the action is pig racing, wood chopping and novelty events like the ‘old farts’ and ‘old boilers’ foot race. Bedourie Cup Race Meeting September - the weekend after the Birdsville Cup Internationally renowned, there is no event like the famous and historic Birdsville Races. An iconic event since 1882, the Birdsville Races brings local residents of the outback together with visitors from across Australia and around the world. The Birdsville Races are also part of the Simpson Desert Racing Carnival that incorporates events in Birdsville, Bedourie, and Betoota. Come and enjoy a taste of the far west on your outback Queensland adventure.

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Drop in and stay a while in the oasis on your journey throughtout this great outback land.

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Phone (07) 4746 1201 Mobile 04 0880 7873 Email Fax (07) 4746 1101

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