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 Cameron Corner loop is an ideal way to experience the real Outback, discover the history of the early pioneers and enjoy the wildlife.
Home to one of Quilpie Shire's most iconic attractions, St Finbarr's Church rests on the foundations of an intriguing history.
Calico Cottage Heritage Complex is a not to be missed stop when travelling through Wallumbilla.
Take a step back in time as early as the 1800s by discovering the St George Heritage Trail. Download the St George Heritage Trail brochure
The White Bull in Gordon Street Aramac commemorates one of the most famous cattle stealing episodes in Australia's history.
Created by Antone Bruinsma, the Fossilised Forest sculptures celebrates the Alpha areas rich collections of fossilised wood.
The Radio Picture Theatre is a classic Art Nouveau movie theatre, with the original canvas seating and painted screen facade.
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.
Located in Beech Street, the Masonic Lodge is a national heritage listed building which houses a working Masonic temple.
The largest privately held cattle station in the Banana Shire, Camboon has always had a reputation for being a mover and shaker
The Ergon Energy Solar Farm located at Windorah in outback Queensland provides the Windorah township and some outlying properties with electricity.
In Thallon be sure to stop and check out the Giant Northern Hairy-Nosed Wombat statue located at the park.