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After travelling the Nullarbor we drove into Eucla and decided to stop at the caravan park (for those who don't know there is nothing else at Eucla other than the Motel/Caravan park). Be aware that when you book a powered site, there is no water...More
The motel room was basic but comfortable. There is a lovely garden area at the back where you can sit and eat your own or the motel's food in the open air. Within walking distance is a monument to Edward Eyre, another to two locals...More
My partner and I stopped along the Eyre Highway for a cooked breakfast. The person at the counter who took our order stated that she had did not drink tea or coffee and had never made a cup of tea before! One tea and one...More
There’s just the one hotel/motel complex at Eucla. In some websites it’s called the Eucla Amber Motel, but really there’s no other motel here. The original old motel seems to be designated as budget rooms.
The ‘newer’ motel is perfectly adequate- spacious rooms, clean, comfortable...More
We stopped here the night after our long drive from Kalgoorlie. We stayed in a budget room. Which was a decent sized room with a couple of beds a shelf and mirror. It was good! They had coin operated showers and a camp kitchen. Everything...More
H Kristie, from memory rooms were about $140. I know there is at least one large room which can sleep at least 5. There is also some cabin type accommodation over near the camping ground, no ensuite, but they had air con... More
H Kristie, from memory rooms were about $140. I know there is at least one large room which can sleep at least 5. There is also some cabin type accommodation over near the camping ground, no ensuite, but they had air con and were clean and tidy. Best bet is to ring them and book in advance for that number of people.