The Rutledge family have lived and worked in the Quilpie district for over a hundred years and their passion and respect for their landscape is mirrored in the enjoyment and fun they derive from what they do. Recently this has included a tourism business, a logical progression for a family whom for generations have provided generous hospitality and great entertainment. Situated in a rambling country garden on the banks of T.U.Creek, our guests can relax and switch off and allow the calmness and serenity of the Australian bush to take over. There are wonderful walks along the creek for the birdwatchers, and the creek is an ever-changing vista of reflections, flora and fauna. The bedrooms are comfortable and reflect the style of this established family home. Most have access to their own bathrooms; all offer views to the gardens. Winter is an amazing time to visit western Queensland; the days are cool and clear and the nights are cold enough to evoke hearty dinners around the old dining table and a glass of red in front of the open fire. There is an airstrip located close to the Homestead, so fly-in visitors are very welcome. The gardener at Moble Homestead is keen on her vegetables and the resident cook believes in seasonal menus, our ethos is fresh is best. A million-star dinner on the Cavehill is a memorable experience and can be provided by prior arrangement. Cavehill Sundowners are a must, let no sunset go down without a toast to the western sky. In 2020 we are offering catered packages in the Grey Range, which is the watershed dividing the Bulloo River from the Lake Eyre basin. We are very excited about sharing this landscape with walkers, riders, photographers, artists and bird watchers alike.