Stayover by Ausco

The mission of every Stayover by Ausco mining camp accommodation

Mining camp accommodation should be the haven of every resource operation. For stress-free stays, clients and workers all across Australia appreciate Stayover by Ausco for its serviceable approach to comprehensive resource living. From planning and design to construction and management, we focus on one thing – setting new standards in village living. Whether you need to book a stay or build a new village, Stayover by Ausco is your home base all across Australia. For over 50 years we have been breaking new ground in end-to-end mining camp accommodation.

Residents of Stayover by Ausco enjoy some of the latest innovations in village development and operation – built with the latest designs and managed with the long-held principles of traditional hoteliers. One of the leader of modular buildings in Australia, Ausco Modular delivers resort style living - worthy of working professionals in mining and resource sectors. From local regions to the outback, you are assured the highest quality accommodation – with swift and dedicated service. Whatever your project requirements, we help you choose the precise location for your current and future needs. Stayover by Ausco has existing key hubs in: Chinchilla, Dalby, Blackwater and Dysart in Queensland; Muswellbrook in New South Wales; Karratha in Western Australia and Darwin in the Northern Territory. 

Stayover by Ausco never stops ramping up quality

Mining camp accommodation of the topmost quality is the main objective of Stayover by Ausco at all times. Solutions fit to your unique needs are what you get from the first contact. All villages are designed to be fully integrated, yet flexible enough to move and grow with your evolving needs. With the largest fleet of modular buildings in Australia, Ausco Modular is equipped to furnish your requirements at any stage of your resource project. Backed by a national network with an award winning design team, our experts oversee every detail with an eye for continual improvement. Service, safety, comfort and healthy lifestyle are all at the core of every village.

Fully managed villages have the look and feel of a home away from home, where guests can look forward to retreating after work. Everything, from down to earth on-site management to distinctive materials and finishes, makes all our mining camps feel more like residential communities. Private eco-friendly rooms, spacious dining rooms and state-of-the-art recreational areas are designed for comfort and leisure. Fittings and furnishings, both inside and outside, reflect the finest in modular living standards – for which Stayover by Ausco is renowned in the hire industry.

Mining camp accommodation made to support your goals

Village infrastructures must be more than just compliant with industry standards. They need to be resilient enough to support thriving communities. Buildings, locations and layouts should conform to your operation’s foreseeable needs, yet adapt to a variety of individual wants. In every way, Stayover by Ausco accomplishes – and exceeds exceptional living standards for remote and regional resource areas. With national awards for modular innovation across Australia, our mission for superior quality is reflected in every aspect of your Stayover by Ausco experience.

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


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