Tobermorey Station Roadhouse & Caravan Park

The Gateway to a Red Centre Adventure!

Tobermorey Station is a family-owned, 1.8M Acre (6475km2) working cattle station situated just inside the Northern Territory border on the Plenty Highway.  It is centrally located between Alice Springs and Boulia or  Mount Isa in Queensland.  Part of the Outback Way – ‘Australia’s Longest Shortcut’, Tobermorey Station is one of the most remote tourist facilities in the Australian Central Desert.

Roadhouse & Fuel

The Tobermorey Station Roadhouse and store is open 7 days a week from March to December providing road and pre-ordered aviation fuels including diesel, ULP,  AVGAS and  Jet A-1.


Tobermorey has a versatile range of accommodation to suit all types of travellers & budgets, we can also host your events!

The Meathouse Bar

The Meathouse Bar, home of our iconic Camp Truck Firepit, is open daily from May.  The whole family is welcome at the Meathouse!

Experience Tobermorey Station Roadhouse & Caravan Park

Birdwatching & Trails

Tobermorey has a range of trails for birdwatchers, walkers and runners.  Trails range from 1 to 32km suitable for the whole family.

Park Facilities

Our modern park facilities are always clean and available.  Featuring a camp kitchen, secure playground, fire pits and laundry facilities – we’ve got what you need.

Running Man Rock

Ray Martin’s “Running Man Rock” is located just a short charter flight from Tobermorey Station.  A natural land formation featuring vivid colours in the shape of a Running Man.

Calling all adventure seekers

Tobermorey Station is the gateway to a Red Centre adventure.   If you are a 4WD, motorbike or aviation enthusiast that wants to explore the natural and cultural wonders or soak up an event in the Central Desert region, This is where you start!

What’s on in the Central Desert?

What an awesome place to stop and rest. Tobermorey station was a sight for sore eyes after driving the plenty highway. The staff were friendly, the campground was a peaceful and relaxing place to settle in for the night.
I hope to visit here again in the near future.

Brendan Godber

Found a great place to stay just off the Plenty Hwy. Tobermorey Station, a working cattle station with comfortable cabins, plenty of character and spectacular sunsets. Will definitely stay here again.


People at the station are so friendly. Accommodation was excellent and the bar and music was very welcoming I would definitely stay there again . It was the highlight of our 6000 km trip from Sydney to Alice Springs and back.

Peter O’Donovan