State KAP Leader and Traeger MP Robbie Katter has applauded the tenacity of those running Adels Grove Resort which has remained open for business despite being devastated by fire this week.
Mr Katter said the blaze that tore through the site in the early hours of Tuesday morning was a devastating blow to one of the North West's greatest natural attractions.
None of the staff or 500 guests were hurt during the fire at the eco-sensitive park on Lawn Hill Creek, 10km downstream from Boodjamulla (Lawn Hill) National Park.
Mr Katter said Adels Grove remained open for business and he urged tourists not to be deterred.
"All of us across the North West woke up shocked to hear the news - Adels Grove is a real icon of our area and it's terrible to see this happen to all the hard work and vision that has gone into it," Mr Katter said.
"But this can and will be re-built and in the meantime I would like to ensure everyone across Queensland knows the resort is still up and running.
the resort is still up and runningRobbie Katter
"There should be no significant impact on visitors who are camping or are in their own caravan and are fully self-sufficient - if people have any questions, they should get in touch with the team there."
The Adels Grove Resort management team said the fire destroyed a building and some nearby water tanks within the 82-acre holiday park last night (Monday night). .
"The unoccupied building houses the main reception, a restaurant, bar, a small shop and kitchen," they said.
"Management believe the temporary loss of services will not impact the vast majority visitors who are self-sufficient campers and/or caravanners."
Adels Grove has 61 accommodation rooms and glamping tents plus 235 camp and caravan sites.
The park was not evacuated and many campers remained in the park opting to continue their holiday.
The Lawn Hill Gorge boat tours are running and the canoe hire is open for business.
Adels Grove is working with the authorities to ascertain the cause of the fire.
Any travellers or guests wanting further information or assistance can call 0474 522 146.
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