Stayover by Ausco provide mining industry camps and worker accomodation in remote Australian locations.

Mining camps made for discerning professionals

Mining camps should cater to resource workers –and complement communities. Stayover by Ausco has been living up to this ideal by providing groundbreaking accommodation solutions, through our network of fully managed villages that represent the finest in Australian resource living. Loyal clients and guests have come to know our resort style villages as their homes away from home. Focused on service, we consistently bring you the latest in sustainable luxury mining camps.

Comfort, safety and healthy lifestyle are at the core of all our infrastructures. From planning and design to building and operation, Stayover by Ausco works tirelessly to fulfil your needs. Whether booking a night at one of our villages or building a camp at a new location, depend upon complete, custom-fit solutions. With twelve factories in five locations – and the largest fleet of modular buildings in the country – we are ready to ramp up on your schedule.

Stayover by Ausco’s key regional and remote locations include the following:  Chinchilla, Dalby, Blackwater and Dysart in Queensland; Muswellbrook in New South Wales; Karratha and Morawa in Western Australia and Darwin in the Northern Territory. Whether booking, expanding or building new, let us help you choose your optimal site.

Settle into australia’s most refined mining camps

With Stayover by Ausco, you can rest assured of high-end solutions – at affordable prices. From your first contact, everything about your stayover experience reflects ease and comfort. Committed to continuous improvement, our seasoned experts go to work to make you feel at home. We swiftly transform even the most unforgiving sites into safe, architecturally pleasing residential communities. Guests can look forward to welcoming, eco-friendly atmospheres – well-appointed and thoughtfully laid out at every turn. Flexibility and flow are built into all our innovative mining camps. 

Each distinctive village is maintained and operated on the principles of a traditional hotelier. Whilst guests enjoy an array of pastimes, our onsite staff is always at the ready with personalised service. From relaxing and dining to working out and socialising, Stayover by Ausco’s accommodation contains every amenity. Residents can retreat to a range of optional private rooms, from ensuite to expanded living quarters. Facilities nearby, both onsite and in the surrounding community, offer a variety of recreation and entertainment. Freshly prepared meals served in spacious dining rooms satisfy every schedule and appetite. The thoughtful quality in every detail ensures guests can completely relax into a balanced lifestyle.

Sophisticated resource living made simple

Mining camps with Stayover by Ausco are the preferred Australian resource accommodation. From remote to regional sites, customers know they can consistently find first-rate resort style living in all of our locations.

No matter how simple or complex your accommodation needs, let our experts help you quickly ramp up with world-class solutions.   

Contact Stayover by Ausco on 1300 730 630 – or click here to view ways we can best serve you for your next stayover.

   

ABOUT US
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OUR VILLAGES
     NSW - Muswellbrook
     NT - Darwin
     QLD - Blackwater
     QLD - Chinchilla
     QLD - Dalby
     QLD - Dysart
     WA - Karratha
     WA - Morawa

OUR SERVICES
     Mining camp accommodation
     Workers accommodation
     Mine support services
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     Mine site accommodation
     Worker accommodation
     Mining camp services
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     Remote accommodation
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