We've visited Adels Grove four times over the years and it's always a stunner of a stopover. Located in the beautiful Lawn Hill National Park, roughly between Mt Isa and Burketown, it's warm and gorgeous in the winter months and is so worth a visit.
If you haven't found Adels yet, you are in for a treat. Take time out whilst you're here to do the little kayaking safari on the nearly gorge, which in a nutshell takes you to heaven and back. A perfect way to spend a few hours if you love clear air, pristine waterways, rugged and untouched landscapes either side of your paddle-path and can drive a pretty battered kayak in a straight line if you put your mind to it.
These first couple of pics are taken on various stages of the kayaking adventure.
The laid-back feel of the resort has earnt Adels a very deserved reputation with road travellers and pilots, and they have repeat visitors all the time. You'll come across the rest of the guests over a cuppa or a beer at the casual outdoor bar and dining deck and, if the managers Michelle or Rod, aren't around, there's always a handful of itinerant staff to look after you, feed you, and suggest any extra tours you might enjoy, like their sunset drive with wine & nibbles.
The permanent tents you'll be sleeping in are in the most gorgeous position, neatly lining the banks of the nearby babbling stream, where you can also swim with confidence that nothing's going to eat you. Adels is an absolute favourite of mine, and I hope to keep returning for many more years.