Take the Stars Parks and Legends self drive tour and discover the wonder of the night skies at Charleville's Cosmos Centre.
All roads on this journey are fully sealed, and there are plenty of towns along the way to make your outback trip easy and comfortable.
It has it all; birds, opals, fossicking, fossils, starry night skies, rivers, geology, lakes, billabongs, artesian waters, bilbies and the famous Dig Tree.
This little tree lined park is a winter haven for many travellers looking for a homely stop over on their way to the north.
Home to sprawling red dirt, the local pub and the most kangaroos you’ll find in one spot, the Outback is the beating heart of Queensland.
Relax in this great bush setting just minutes from the centre of Charleville. The RV Park is for fully self-contained RVs only.
Experience for yourself what life was like for 3500 United States Army Air Force personnel stationed in Charleville in 1943.
Discover why over 3500 United States Army Air Force personnel were stationed in Charleville during World War II.
Charleville's Cosmos Centre is dedicated to ensuring visitors enjoy the wonder of the outback night sky.
Discover stars, WWII secrets and bilbies for starters on Charleville’s ‘Magnificent 7’ day tour in Outback Queensland. Morning tea, lunch and transfers included.
The Charleville Visitor Information Centre offers a one stop shop for travel information including maps, brochures and itineraries. Staffed by skilled and knowledgeable locals.
This beautiful, 109 year old workshop is now open to visitors, housing a display of vintage sewing machines, local stories and nostalgic memorabilia.
Located in Parry Street, Charleville, King Edward Park was established to offer a playground, exercise equipment, netball courts, basketball court, tennis courts and skate park
The Charleville Water Tower proudly features on the Silo Art Trail.