Quite a pretty oasis but booked a motel room and the next morning was covered in insect bites. Probably okay with your own caravan. Expensive but you are in the middle of nowhere and there are not alternatives within two hours.
What an amazing park behind the Sandfire Roadhouse.
Amenities were good. Sites dusty but large with some shade and level. We're travelling with a 30' (10m) caravan and there was plenty of room for our van here.
I counted over 20 peacocks there, along with 13 geese and a few chooks. Flies were abundant.
Often it is a case of "any port in a storm". Well we did not HAVE to stop here but it suited us on a long journey heading up north. Reasonably friendly welcome and the motel room rate about what we would have expected. Room itself a bit tired with noisy air con but had all we needed. Could have been a lot cleaner though- unpleasant to move one of the beds and find uncleaned coffee spillage. Good value restaurant with friendly staff.
The rooms were pretty gross. Not going to lie and it smelled so musty and old. No place to cool. Bare minimum in the rooms. Even the workers said “the rooms are really basic. Not very great” when I told them I was looking for a room.
W had a Mothers Day brekkie here three years ago. We decided to stay overnight on our way south from Broome. A good decision. Friendly staff. Roomy, pick your own sites. So much room to stay hitched up. Staff served us our very late brekkie, early dinner. The service station, was flat out, so many vans, cars, etc., waiting to fill up their vehicles. Later in the afternoon, not so much. The are so many Indian Peafowl, normal colours, and white ones. There is also a camel, gee they are unattractive. There are also geese, hens and loads of parrots. Tis only a Roadhouse, however, with the pool, and the wildlife, we could have stayed an extra night. A good stopover.