Oaks Rush Outback Resort

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The Oaks Rush Outback Resort in Kidston, central Queensland is located 7 kilometres from the old Kidston town.

This unique style of accommodation was the original quarters for the workers of the Kidston Gold Mine which is now closed.

The rehabilitation of the mine has been completed and Oaks Rush have leased out all the resort premises to the developers of the Kidston Solar and Pumped Storage Hydro Project: Genex Power Limited.

The resort locality is ideal for all those people who live in crowded cities who want to get away from city living for a while.

Owen Campbell bought the resort property in November 2001 and the Oaks Rush Outback Resort commenced. Owen also operates the 142 square mile "Oak Station" surrounding the resort.

Guided tours of the cattle and horse station can be arranged on request.


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