There are accommodation options for everyone in Crows Nest, from bush camping in the National Park to Cabins in the Tourist Park to 5 star B&Bs.
There is no shortage of places to eat in Crows Nest, from take away snacks at IGA to take away pizzas at Feelin Saucy, delicious family dining at the Curly Carrot and soon a 5 star gourmet dining at a new restaurant in Nolan’s Block and a new cafe in the old soft drink factory.
There are so many exciting activities and attractons in Crows Nest.
If you are into outdoor activities, Crows Nest is the perfect place to base yourself for walking, bird watching, cycling, horse riding, orienteering, fishing and watersports.
If the Arts is your thing there are many arts organisations in the village including fine arts, sculpting, visual arts, crafts and performing arts. If you are lucky you may be able to catch a play, a show and shine, do some classes or even attend a rodeo.
Crows Nest village has most of the services you would find in a decent sized city. If you need medical or dental services, need a prescription filled, need to post a letter, need to get your car or caravan repaired or even if you need some serious farm machinery, it is all here in Crows Nest