A major fire wasn't enough to put out the closed sign at the internationally famous Adel's Grove tourist park.
The team have brushed themselves off and gone back to business as usual.
The main reception area may now be a fold out table in the yard, but no accommodation was damaged in the fire which destroyed the main building which housed the kitchen and reception area and communications facilities on Monday night.
Adel's Grove received international attention when Australian super star Chris Hemsworth visited to film the Crocodile Dundee television ad which was then broadcast during the American Superbowl.
Since then interest in the region and the tourist park has been strong and resort manager Michelle Low Mow said they didn't want to disappoint any of their guests.
"None of our accommodation was damaged," she said.
"All 61 accommodation rooms and glamping tents and the 235 camp and caravan sites were not affected. We are just getting on with it.
"The only difference is that visitors will have to self-cater in terms of food while we wait for a temporary kitchen to arrive from Mackay in the coming days.
"The reception is now a table outside, but that's all we need. We are still taking bookings but would ask those who would like to visit to either phone or email us, not to try and book through the website."
Ms Low Mow said they had accommodated plenty of visitors since the fire and a real sense of camaraderie had emerged.
"During the State Of Origin the staff dragged a television outside and we all sat around with the guests watching the game," she said.
"The power is back on, fuel is available for sale and most of our tours are still happening. The only tour put on hold is the Discover Lawn Hill tour which will resume on July 22."
Ms Low Mow said the Boodjamulla (Lawn Hill) National Park was untouched by the fire and the Lawn Hill Gorge boat tours were running as normal and canoe hire was open.
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