Located in Kroombit Tops National Park, in the Banana Shire QLD is the 1945 crash site of Beautiful Betsy, the ill-fated WWII Liberator bomber.
Historical Sites and Heritage Locations, Natural Attractions
A self-guided tour of the Oil Patch Museum, stand beneath the rigs and gain an understanding of the the Australian oil, gas and energy industry.
Argi / Mining and Industry
Following the peaceful waters of Bungil Creek, this 1.7 kilometre shared concrete paved pathway is ideal for walkers, joggers and cyclists.
Natural Attractions, Parks and Gardens
Alpha is branded the ‘Town of Murals’ due to the 27 colourful murals painted on buildings throughout the town.
Galleries Museums and Collections, Landmarks and Buildings
The Aramac Tramway Museum houses collections of memorabilia from the pioneering days of the Aramac district.
Galleries Museums and Collections
Located on the main street ‘At the Creek’ offer a great selection of travel information brochures and maps.
The Australian Age of Dinosaurs Museum of Natural History is home to the world's largest collection of Australian dinosaur fossils.
The Australian Stockman's Hall of Fame is a spectacular tribute to the people of outback Australia.
Historical Sites and Heritage Locations
Australian Workers Heritage Centre is a cultural and heritage styled interpretive centre honouring our nation’s workers.
Explore caves and crevices, untouched by civilisation whilst traversing this magnificent boulder formation which was created naturally over millions of years.
The Banana Shire Regional Art Gallery displays a variety of exhibitions from the region including touring shows, and works by local artists.
Barcaldine and District Museum is housed in the old National Bank Building.
Galleries Museums and Collections, Historical Sites and Heritage Locations
Located in Beech Street, the Masonic Lodge is a national heritage listed building which houses a working Masonic temple.
Landmarks and Buildings
If you are musically inclined you might like to try playing the Thong-A-Phone and Marimba which are located in Oak Street.
Located in Oak Street, the Windmill is a symbol of the importance of Artesian Water plays to Outback Queensland. Constructed by Sidney Williams and Company.