About Injune

Population: 461

Located 89 kilometres north of Roma, Injune is a small country town full of character, history, spectacular views and breathtaking natural landscapes.

Injune is the perfect place to plan and prepare for your idyllic visit to Carnarvon Gorge National Park, renown for towering white cliffs, huge rock overhangs adorned with ochre stencils and engravings from an ancient and ongoing culture.

Henricks Park provides a glimpse into the community pride found in abundance in the town and while the Injune Lagoon Walk is the ideal location for a relaxing afternoon walk through a tranquil bush setting. Spot the bird life and friendly marsupials which are in abundance early and late in the day.

Enjoy an easy walk throughout the town to see the Characters of Injune statues. These characters are recognised for their significant contribution to the town and are an insight into the lifestyle of rural Queensland. The Old Injune Coal Mine, Old Injune Cemetery and Historical Steam Train Precinct enable you to take a walk back in time and all provide insight into the historic fabric of this small town.

Six accommodation houses are available within walking distance to all services, as well as a caravan park, located on the banks of Injune Creek.

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Wild Dog Barrier Fence

The Queensland Section of the Dingo Barrier Fence is 2500 kilometres long. It was commenced in 1948 as a means of managing the impacts of dingoes and wild dogs on the sheep industry. The Queensland fence joins at the point where the three states of Queensland, New South

The Old Injune Courthouse and Museum

The old Injune Courthouse is located at the Injune multipurpose complex. The original Courthouse is home to a wonderful display of relics, photographs and information about Injune’s ex-servicemen and women. This mini-museum is a truly fascinating ever changing display, not to be missed. A must see when visiting

Old Injune Cemetery

Take a walk back in time at the Old Injune Cemetery, which contains graves from 1930 to 1976. The community have rebuilt the fence as it would have been in the 1930’s and placed headstones on the previously unmarked graves. Trace family names and unlock stories that were

Old Injune Coal Mine

Opened in 1932, Maranoa Collieries was a major employer for the area and played a significant role in the development of the town. Visitors are able to call into the old rail loading facility to gain an insight into its history and learn of some dramatic and fascinating

Henricks Park

Gain an insight into the community pride found in abundance in Injune at Henricks Park. This site was donated by the Henricks family whom had previously lived on this site since the 1930s. Through artworks and paintings, this park was developed to “tell the story of Injune”. Henricks

Injune Creek Gallery

The Injune Creek Gallery located in the center of town on Second Avenue, hosts local and visiting exhibitions for the enjoyment of local residents and visitors. An enthusiastic voluntary committee organizes a varied and interesting calendar annually, comprising inspiring creative works from local, regional and metropolitan artisans. The

Injune Lagoon Walk

Enjoy a relaxing walk through tranquil bush setting. This 1.2 kilometre walk is located 380 metres from the town centre at the eastern end of 2nd Avenue. The bird life and friendly marsupials are in abundance early and late in the day. Alongside the walk is outdoor fitness

Characters of Injune

Explore the township of Injune and learn about local characters who have made their mark on the town. Local characters’ stories are attached to the series of rustic metal statues spotted around town depicting local identities. A stroll down the main street is a fantastic way to learn