Julia Creek

About Julia Creek

Population: 400

Julia Creek is a small town with a huge heart. Widely lauded as a complete surprise package for travellers, recent innovations in the town include the upgraded Julia Creek Caravan Park to showcase artesian bath houses, brand new facilities and more drive through sites.

Alternatively, free RV Camping is available on the water’s edge of Julia Creek for four days.

Every Monday night from April until September, the Julia Creek Caravan Park hosts Bush Dinners whereby locals cook a sensational outback feed under a blanket of stars. Everyone is welcome to attend and you will even be chauffeured in a courtesy bus from the RV Site.

The award-winning Julia Creek Visitor Information Centre is an outstanding attraction featuring Dunnart feeding shows.

If you are travelling with the family or wish to enjoy a heated dip, the Julia Creek Swimming Pool features water slides, kids’ play area and a 25 metre pool.

Throughout the year, the town hosts numerous events including horse races, rodeos, campdrafts, football show downs and much more.

It’s clear to see why Julia Creek is fast growing a reputation as a must see. Add it to your bucket list.


Julia Creek Artesian Baths

Artesian water is underground water confined and pressurised within a porous and permeable geological formation and the waters are generally 38 degrees Celsius to 41 degrees Celsius. The water is extracted from bores which are over 900 metres deep, and is laced with minerals such as sulphur, calcium

At the Creek Visitor Information Centre

Located on the main street, ‘At the Creek’ won Gold for the Queensland Tourism Industry Council’s – Visitor Information and Services Award in 2019. The Centre offers a great selection of travel information brochures, maps and a range of souvenirs that can only be found in Julia Creek.

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