Bramwell Junction Roadhouse

Today, the Horton Family operate the Roadhouse.

Welcome to Bramwell Junction Roadhouse!  We are Mark and Melissa Horton.  We took over managing the Roadhouse at the end of 2022.  In the past we have lived up and down the Cape for work, so we are not total newcomers to the area.  Life at the Roadhouse does get extremely busy in the season, and we love meeting travellers from near and far on their adventures of a lifetime discovering Cape York.

We endeavour to offer our guests a relaxed environment to share knowledge, experiences, and a place to unwind after travelling the long dusty roads.  We look forward to welcoming anyone venturing this way and wish you all safe travels on your voyage.

Opened in July 2003, Bramwell Junction Roadhouse is right at the junction of the Bamaga Road and the start of the famous 4WD track, the OTL or Old Telegraph Line.

The Roadhouse provides vital service and communications for the Cape’s Far Northern District and is an important stopping place for the Cape’s visitors and locals.  Importantly, the internet is set up so that travellers can easily connect to the wider world and share their experiences in real-time.

Bramwell’s welcoming Roadhouse offers a spacious campground and great stopover facilities.  Do check out the number plate tree that is growing in new additions every year and take the time to wander across the road for a first-hand look at the giant anthills that are common in this area.

The Roadhouse is open daily, even in the wet season when roads are still closed for several months from high flood waters in creek and river crossings.

Facilities at the Junction Roadhouse:

  • Diesel and Unleaded fuel
  • Liquor license
  • Unpowered camping
  • Wi-Fi
  • Hot showers
  • Cold Drinks
  • Food
  • Souvenirs
  • Coffee
  • Car Oils
  • Small range of grocery items

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Bramwell Station Map