Barcaldine Pastoral, Agricultural and Horticultural society Inc presents the Barcaldine Show showcasing local arts and produce, agriculture, livestock, machinery displays, and market stalls.
The Barcaldine Tree of Knowledge Festival is Barcaldine’s largest event, both in terms of visitation and community participation.
The Radio Picture Theatre is a classic Art Nouveau movie theatre, with the original canvas seating and painted screen facade.
Lagoon Creek on the outskirts of Barcaldine is a popular walking and birdwatching area. There are two kilometres of walking tracks
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.
Located in Beech Street, the Masonic Lodge is a national heritage listed building which houses a working Masonic temple.
Between the Bougainvilleas is an award winning heritage trail, which showcases some of Barcaldine’s varied and colourful history.
The historic Tree of Knowledge is famous for being the birthplace of the Australian Labour movement.
It is a camping, recreation and fishing area. It's open daily, all year round.
While visiting the Barcaldine Visitor Information Centre, take the time to appreciate the 360-degree views of Barcaldine.
Barcaldine and District Museum is housed in the old National Bank Building.
Australian Workers Heritage Centre is a cultural and heritage styled interpretive centre honouring our nation’s workers.
This is a hosted stay through Hipcamp, below is the information provided by the Host regarding their offering. Welcome to Barcy! Looking for a campsite where you can camp on your own or with just your friends? Want to learn more about wool growing and sheep grazing businesses? Want to see wildlife (eagles, brolgas, red […]