Visitor Information Centres

Outback Queensland is proud to be working and supporting the following Visitor Information Centres!

Choose your Visitor Centre:

Barcaldine Tourist Information Centre


The Barcaldine Visitor Information Centre is located on Oak Street and is operated by skilled knowledgeable locals from the Barcaldine Region. Feel free to discuss your travel plans, bookings, drive routes and itineraries with the welcoming staff.

Bedourie Outback Visitor Information Centre


Make the Bedourie Outback Visitor Information Centre your first point of call to discover all there is to know about the ‘oasis in the desert’. Providing everything from maps and brochures to itineraries and souvenirs, the friendly staff can provide advice on the things to see and do, road conditions and great local hospitality. While in town, you can access wireless internet services, take a dip in the artesian spa, visit the public library or watch a documentary about the shire at the onsite theatrette.

Blackall Visitor Information Centre


Blackall Visitor Centre | Visitor Information Centre

Come in and have a chat to the staff at the Blackall Visitor Information Centre to find out what there is to see and do in Blackall and stock up on local and regional brochures. Relevant Blackall brochures and local information can be posted to interested persons, free of charge, anywhere in Australia.

Central Highlands Visitor Information Centre


Emerald Visitor Information Centre | Visitor Information Centres

This accredited visitor information centre offers a one stop shop for travel information including maps, brochures, and itineraries. Staffed by friendly, skilled and knowledgeable locals, the Central Highlands Visitor Information Centre can provide advice on the things to see, things to do and where to eat. Discuss with the friendly staff your travel plans and drop in for a cup of coffee or a cool ice-cream! Don’t forget to check out the Big Easel monument close by!

Charleville Visitor Information Centre


Charleville | Visitor Information Centres

The Charleville Visitor Information Centre offers a one stop shop for travel information including maps, brochures, and itineraries. The friendly staff of the Charleville Visitor Information Centre are always eager to assist you with your holiday plans, helping you to book or arrange experiences including the Cosmos Observatory, self-drive itineraries, historic tours and the Bilby Experience.

Cloncurry Unearthed Visitor Centre and Museum


Cloncurry Unearthed Visitor Information Centre & Museum is situated on the grounds of the Mary Kathleen Memorial Park showcasing memorabilia on Cloncurry and the surrounding district. As well as providing tourist information, the centre holds fossickers licenses, maps, light refreshments, a wide rang of souvenirs, gift ideas, postcards and Cloncurry merchandise.

Cunnamulla Fella Centre


The Cunnamulla Visitor Information Centre is located at Centenary Park on Jane Street. The town is well known for the famous character – the Cunnamulla Fella, brought to life by Stan Coster lyrics and later immortalized in song by the late Slim Dusty.

Flinders Discovery Centre



The Flinders Discovery Centre is located on Gray Street in Hughenden and is proud to be surrounded by the communities of Prairie, Torrens Creek and Stamford. As one of three towns associating the dinosaur trail, you’ll encounter our mate “Hughie”, the seven metre-tall Muttaburrasaurus, as well as an impressive dinosaur fossil collection!

Great Artesian Spa


Great Artesian Spa Mitchell | Visitor Information Centres

The staff at the Great Artesian Spa will be happy to welcome you into their town and assist you with any information or visitor service you may require. While you are here, take a dip in the artesian water pools and spend time at the picnic area, gym and cafe.

Injune Visitor Information Centre


Located on the main highway through town, the Injune Visitor Information Centre is one of Injune’s newer icons, complete with a coffee shop and spacious park areas. Discuss your travel plans with the friendly volunteers who can help you book your next Outback adventure.

Julia Creek Visitor Information Centre

Julia Creek

Julia Creek | Visitor Information Centre

Have you ever met a dunnart? Come and check out the dunnarts at the Julia Creek Visitor Information Centre – so you can say “Been there, dunnart!” No to mention these furry friendly creatures are fed daily at 10am and 3pm during peak tourist season (April to September) and on weekdays from October to March. This visitor information centre is a multi-award winning visitor information centre and tourist attraction in Julia Creek.

Kronosaurus Korner Visitor Information Centre


Kronosaurus Korner | Visitor Information Centres

Kronosaurus Korner is Australia’s premier marine fossil museum and Visitor Information Centre. It showcases nearly 1,150 unique fossil specimens from Richmond such as 100-115 million year old remains of extinct marine reptiles, fishes, ammonites and more! The building had originally been used as a movie theatre, but was converted to the Richmond Marine Fossil Museum. The museum opened in 1995 following major renovation work to the building.
The centre is staffed by skilled and knowledgeable locals that can provide advice on what to book, where to eat and the best road to take!

Longreach Visitor Information Centre


If you have ever contemplated an outback experience, now is the time to gather your friends and family and head to the heart of it all, the ‘Longreach Region’. The Visitor Information Centre has alot to offer, including information on the Australian Stockman’s Hall of Fame, QANTAS museum, Thomson river cruises, station visits and scenic flights. With so many things to do in the Longreach region why not book a tour or wander at your own pace?

Min Min Encounter and Boulia Information Centre


The Min Min Encounter and Boulia Visitor Information Centre is located on Herbert Street in Boulia. This accredited visitor information centre offers a one stop shop for travel information including maps, brochures, and itineraries. It is housed to a range of souvenirs, gifts and a theatrical 45 minute show dedicated to the story of the Min Min Light!

Outback at Isa

Mount Isa

Outback At Isa | Visitor Information Centres

The Outback at Isa Visitor Information Centre is located at 19 Marian Street and is one stop shop for a large range of travel information including maps, brochures and itineraries. There are a number of terrific experiences that can be enjoyed directly within and outside the centre including the Hard Times Mine Tour, Isa Experience Museum, Riversleigh Fossil Centre and more. Not to mention the Outback internet cafe offers a range of fresh and homemade food such as fish & chips, quiche, salad and homemade scones.

Quilpie Visitor Information Centre, Museum & Gallery


Quilpie Visitor Information Centre | Visitor Information Centres

When arriving in Quilpie, ensure your first stop is at the Visitor Information Centre, Museum and Gallery. Located on the main street of town, the centre showcases everything you need to know about the region; offering access to free wifi, air-conditioned comfort and great local advice!  Stocking an extensive range of brochures, maps and itineraries, the knowledgeable, friendly staff will ensure you get the most out of your visit to the Quilpie Shire!

The Centre also incorporates a Regional Gallery, Military History Museum and Rail Museum to get your adventure started!

Roma Big Rig Visitor Information Centre


The Roma Big Rig Visitor Information Centre located on Riggers Roads is your first #OutbackQueensland stop along the Warrego Way. Catering for all ages, The Big Rig not only provides tourist information, but takes visitors on an absorbing historical journey through the oil and gas industry! If you’re staying in town overnight, head to the centre’s Night Show after enjoying a cuppa and meal with your mates.

Rural Hinterland Visitor Information Centre


The Rural Hinterland Visitor Information Centre is located at the Queensland Heritage Park Complex on Exhibition Adventure. The centre offers a one stop shop for visitors adventuring through the Banana Shire and inland to the Outback Queensland region. Stocking an expansive collection of maps, brochures and itineraries, the skills and knowledgeable locals will guarantee the best advice to enjoy the Sandstone Wonders Region.  While you are there, enjoy a coffee and cake at the Post & Rail café and browse their range of gifts and souvenirs.

Windorah Visitor Information Centre



The Windorah Visitor Information Centre is located on Maryborough Street in Windorah. When greeting the locals of the centre, don’t forget to grab a free tea and coffee, access to the free wifi, information on road conditions, souvenirs and local art and craft. Windorah is also home to a Solar Power Farm that is worth the stop at the viewing bay. You’ll learn how power is generated from the sun that also supplies Windorah with most of its energy requirements.

Winton Visitor Information Centre


Waltzing Matilda Centre | Visitor Information Centres

The Winton Visitor Information Centre is located at the Waltzing Matilda Centre. Let the friendly staff introduce you to the wonderful town and surrounding areas of Winton, whilst you discover why this shire is the dinosaur and hollywood capital of Queensland.

Wirrarri Visitor Information Centre


Birdsville | Visitor Information Centre

The Wirrarri Visitor Information Centre is located in Burt Street and is a traveller’s first point of call when entering Birdsville. The award winning centre prides itself on promoting Australia’s ‘must see’ town and offers relevant tourist information with a friendly Outback yarn. Best of all, the Centre is all within walking distance to the famous Birdsville Hotel, Birdsville Bakery, Roadhouse, general store, post office and friendly Caravan park.

Balonne Shire Visitor Information Centre

St George


Make the Balonne Shire Visitor Information Centre your first stop when looking for local tourist information and accommodation. Situated overlooking the Balonne River, parking is accessible at the rear with caravan parking in Roe Street. While you’re in there, browse the centre for locally made arts and crafts; history books or yummy jams and sauces.

The friendly staff and volunteers at this accredited visitor information centre will fill you in on plenty of experiences for you to enjoy while in St George and within their shire spanning over 31,119 square kilometres.
The town bore water supply is available to fill up the caravan for the next leg of your journey.