Welcome to Longreach and outback Queensland!

Your outback pioneering adventure begins here. It’s pretty easy to find your way around Longreach and you’ll find a warm welcome and outback hospitality.

PICK UP FROM AIRPORT OR STATION
If you’re staying at our Outback Accommodation and you’ve let us know your flight, train or coach time, we’ll pick you up. If you’re driving in, please see the maps below.

WHERE TO FIND US
Our Outback Accommodation is at 63-65 Ifracombe Road, close to the Qantas Founders Museum and the Australian Stockman’s Hall of Fame. Our booking office, Welcome Home Cafe, function rooms and The Station Store are in the heritage heart of town at 126-128 Eagle Street.

OUR BOOKING OFFICE
If you haven’t booked your Outback Pioneer experiences before you come, head to our booking office in the newly renovated Welcome Home building next door to The Station Store at 128 Eagle Street. You can grab a cup of coffee or lunch in our Welcome Home Cafe and plan your stay in Longreach. Our friendly reservations consultants can tell you all about the things to do and see in the region. Please check our ‘Contact’ page for opening hours.

WHERE TO EAT AND BUY FOOD
Longreach has a number of restaurants, cafes and takeaways to suit different tastes and budgets. There is an IGA foodstore in the centre of town or a Foodworks on Ibis Street if you’re self catering. If you’re staying at our Outback Accommodation we offer Continental or Gourmet Breakfast Baskets, which are included in some holidays or can be bought from reception. You can also ask at reception for our shopping service, which will deliver groceries to your room if ordered before noon the previous day.

SHOPPING AND SERVICES
Longreach is one of the largest towns in outback Queensland and we have most of the services and shops you’ll need, as well as petrol stations and vehicle parts and service. Please buy local and support local traders who have struggled through over four years of drought. Even with the return of good rain, it will take a few years for pastoral money to be supporting the local economy again.