What to do around Birdsville
Bring a bottle of champagne and enjoy the spectacular sunset from the top of 'Big Red' with family, friends or as part of a tour.
Every good town needs a good bakery. Just a few minutes walk from the Hotel, the Bakery will be open 7 days a week to provide the best breakfast in town.
The Birdsville billabong is located on the edge of the town and is a drawcard for locals and tourists alike for swimming, kayaking, fishing and walking.
Birdsville Scenic Flights
Birdsville Aviation is conducting scenic flights around the local and wider Birdsville area.
Birdsville is considered the gateway to the Simpson desert, now known as Munga-Thirri National Park.
The Outback Loop
The Outback Loop takes travellers on a historic and cultural tour across the ever-changing landscape of the South Australian and Queensland outback.
Getting married in the Outback
"We love Birdsville already but what the pub staff did for us to help organise our small wedding was beyond exceptional service! Their warmth, friendliness, kindess, food...every thing, was just wonderful. The room was fantastic. The historic dining room was the perfect location for our wedding. Thank you Birdsville Hotel, you have surpassed all expectations."