The township in south western Queensland, Australia. It is on the banks of the Wilson River 145 kilometres from, and 250 kilometres east of Innamincka.
Andrew Hume's ill fated expedition, to rescue long term survivors of Leichhardt 1848 expedition, perished of thirst to the west of Noccundra. Today a memorial to Hume is on the western side of the hotel
The Noccundra Hotel is the centre of town; and it is a town. A place with streets.
There is also an airstrip and a school that services the wider community. But there is nothing else. Noccundra though has a bit of that ‘lets' visit anyway’
The Noccundra Hotel has accommodation and power sites. For campers and carvers by the river is recommended, unless you can sleep through compressor noise.
The Hotel puts on basic meals and bar prices is reasonable.
No TV, no internet and no mobile signals of any sort.