A hidden gem in Ilfracombe, Queensland with a 1 mile display of farm machinery and local history, a great way to spend an afternoon.
The Artesian Time Tunnel located in the Cunnamulla Fella Visitor Centre takes visitors on a chronological journey through time in an interactive experience.
An ornately carved water fountain as a war memorial, standing in a traffic island at a five-way intersection in the outback town centre of Cunnamulla.
The Maranoa Art Gallery is housed in the beautifully transformed old Maranoa Picture Theatre and is the cultural hub of Mitchell.
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.
Step back in time where everyday early outback life is on display at Morven Historical Museum.
The Hydro Power Plant is the first in Australia and third in the World! Thargomindah was the first town to have reticulated Artesian Bore water.
Inside the heritage listed Corfield and Fitzmaurice building awaits one of the nation's most comprehensive displays of Australian Dinosaur fossils.
The Whitula Gate Museum is based around an original slab hut built by the Rabbit Board in 1906 as a boundary riders' hut.
Leahy House is a Historical house open to the public 7 days a week to view how life was lived in 1890's Thargomindah.
When travelling the Overlanders Way, between Townsville and Mount Isa, the Jack Brown Lions Park at Richmond presents itself as a halfway stopover.
Today, Saddliers Waterhole and Hamburg Creek are a traveller's oasis.
The Dowling Track is Four Wheel Drive experience linking Back ‘o’ Bourke and beyond to Quilpie in South West Queensland, total kilometres, 567.
The Cameron Corner loop is an ideal way to experience the real Outback, discover the history of the early pioneers and enjoy the wildlife.