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Best of QLD
Location: Longreach

Qantas Founders Museum

Qantas Founders Museum is an independent not-for-profit community organisation, operating since 1996, to commemorate the ethos and preserve the material heritage of the founders.

Location: Quilpie

Quilpie Powerhouse Museum

The Quilpie Powerhouse was turned on in Quilpie March 1952. Quilpie was the first town in Western Queensland to have a powerhouse.

Location: Quilpie

Quilpie’s ‘End of the Line’

Quilpie is the 'End of the Railway Line' or the beginning ...... depending on how you want to look at things.

Location: Barcaldine

Radio Picture Theatre

The Radio Picture Theatre is a classic Art Nouveau movie theatre, with the original canvas seating and painted screen facade.

Location: Roma

Southern Cross Windmill

The largest commercially operational windmill manufactured by Southern Cross can be viewed at close range on the grounds of Pumps and Solar.

Location: Quilpie

St Finbarr’s Opal Altar

Home to one of Quilpie Shire's most iconic attractions, St Finbarr's Church rests on the foundations of an intriguing history.

Location: Tambo

Tambo Heritage Precinct

The Tambo Heritage Precinct located on the eastern entrance of Tambo is where a portion of Tambo's history can be viewed.

Location: Ilfracombe

The Twelve Mile

The 12 Mile as it has been known since its heyday, is where you can discover a magnificent example of 19th century craftsmanship.

Location: Ilfracombe

The Wellshot Centre

The Wellshot Centre is dedicated to telling the story of one of Australia's largest sheep stations.

Location: Aramac

The White Bull, Aramac

The White Bull in Gordon Street Aramac commemorates one of the most famous cattle stealing episodes in Australia's history.

Location: Barcaldine

Tree of Knowledge Memorial

The historic Tree of Knowledge is famous for being the birthplace of the Australian Labour movement.

Location: Injune

Wild Dog Barrier Fence

The Queensland Section of the Dingo Barrier Fence is 2,500km long.

Location: Aramac

Adorabulls

A herd of little white bulls has joined Aramac's famous White Bull to recognise the exploits of Harry Redford.

Location: St George

Anchorage Homestead

Venture back in time with a trip to Anchorage Homestead, a true-blue historical gem. Meander through the captivating gardens, and soak up the homestead's charm.

Best of QLD
Location: Charleville

Angellala Bridge Explosion Site

At 9.50pm on the 5th of September 2014, 26km south of Charleville, Australian transport history was made.

Location: Augathella

Augathella Water Tower Mural

This bright and colourful water tower represents the town of Augathella which has a colourful & unique history full of Bullock Teams and notorious bushrangers

Location: Augathella

Augathella Wrought Iron Sculptures and Street Murals

Follow the Heritage Trail and discover painted murals, silo art and unique wrought iron sculptures dotted around Augathella.

Location: Blackall

Blackall Art & Sculpture Trail

If you like your art alfresco, then you'll love the Blackall Sculpture Trail.

Location: Muttaburra

Centre of Queensland Monument

Muttaburra has the distinction of being the town closest to the geographic Centre of Queensland. A new monument has been constructed to mark the location.

Best of QLD
Location: Charleville

Charleville Royal Flying Doctor Service Visitor Centre

The Royal Flying Doctor Service Visitor Centre provides you with an incredible insight into this iconic outback service which is still operating today.

Location: Charleville

Charleville SES Shed – Flood Display

The Flood Marker project serves to tell the story of the people of 1990, many of whom are still here and remember it vividly.

Location: Cloncurry

Cloncurry Lookout

The Cloncurry Lookout is just a three-minute drive out of town, and features a stunning water tank mural and 360-degree views of the outback.

Location: Cloncurry

Cloncurry Tourist Self-Drive

Cloncurry's own self-guided drive tour features old railway stations, the Cloncurry Airport, heritage listed buildings, monuments commemorating World War II and plenty more.

Location: Cloncurry

Cloncurry War Memorial

The Cloncurry War Memorial is located at the intersection of Sheaff and Scarr streets. The memorial originally included four clocks - one on each side

Location: Cunnamulla

Cunnamulla Art Alleyway on Stockyard Street

Visitors to Cunnamulla can be forgiven for mistaking this outback town's main street "Stockyard Street" for Melbourne's Hosier Lane.