Alpha is branded the ‘Town of Murals’ due to the 27 colourful murals painted on buildings throughout the town.
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Located in Beech Street, the Masonic Lodge is a national heritage listed building which houses a working Masonic temple.
Landmarks and Buildings
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.
Between the Bougainvilleas is an award winning heritage trail, which showcases some of Barcaldine’s varied and colourful history.
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The Blackall Woolscour is the last remaining steam operated wool washing plant in Australia. This complex is a living museum.
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Calico Cottage Heritage Complex is a not to be missed stop when travelling through Wallumbilla.
The largest privately held cattle station in the Banana Shire, Camboon has always had a reputation for being a mover and shaker
The Cameron Corner loop is an ideal way to experience the real Outback, discover the history of the early pioneers and enjoy the wildlife.
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Listed by the National Trust, the Carcory Homestead Ruins are an example of the rich history of the Diamantina.
Explore the township of Injune and learn about local characters who have made their mark on the town.
Filled to the brim with treasures of yesteryear, some dating back as far as the 1800's, you'll be surprised at what you'll find.
The Charleville Water Tower proudly features on the Silo Art Trail.
Experience the rich Indigenous and settler histories, replenishing waters and shimmering mirages, and stunning desert-like vistas of this unique park.
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The "Knot-A-Saurus Park' is an amazing sculpture of a Sauropod and her 2 babies made out of 100 meter lengths of twisted aluminium.
Greycliffe Homestead was originally built in the 1870s and constructed of slabs cut with adze and a pitsaw, rafters were crafted from round bush timber.