Tourist Information for Queensland


Business Listings : 17

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  • Blackall Visitor Information Centre ---- Visited: 7 Times


    Listing id: 178

    Nestled next to the Barcoo River, Blackall is well known for its friendliness and true-blue outback hospitality. Marvel at the last fully intact and working steam Woolscour, famous shearer Jack Howe, the Black Stump and Ram Park. Old also mixes with new when artesian water sees the light of day at the Blackall Aquatic Centre. There is also plenty of art treasure to be found in Blackall with public art scattered throughout the town.
    Website - 07 4657 4...

  • Charters Towers Visitor Information Centre ---- Visited: 8 Times

    Charters Towers

    Listing id: 176

    The Charters Towers Visitor Information Centre is located at the intersection of Gill and Mosman Streets right next to City Hall. Built in 1880 at a cost of 2350 Pounds, the information centre started its life as the Union Bank and is just one example of the many stunning heritage buildings which line the streets of Charters Towers.

    Ask for a heritage walking map so that you can see first hand the expert handiwork of the stonemasons and builders of the 19th century. Or, hire a CD which will take you on a self drive tour around the city while providing you with excellent commentary and information. This accredited visitor information centre offers a one stop shop for travel information including maps, brochures and tour bookings. Staffed by skilled and knowledgeable locals, the Charters Towers Visitor Information Centre can provide advice on things to see, do, where to sleep and where to eat.
    Website - (07) 4761...

  • Croydon True Blue Visitor Information Centre ---- Visited: 8 Times


    Listing id: 186

    The True Blue Visitor Information Centre on the Savannah Way, about 548km west of Cairns and 220km east of the Gulf of Carpentaria, is the gateway to Croydon's exceptional heritage. It has a theatre with an excellent short film about Croydon from gold to now; excellent information; gardens with sculptures, machinery, miner's huts and antique cars; and is flanked out front by a collection of big steam driven machines and a very big steel man. It has information about Barra fishing and recreation at Lake Belmore, the Chinese Temple, the Iguana Consols Mining Museum and the Croydon Cemetery. It has genealogy information about 18,000 people who lived in Croydon from 1885 to now and a fantastic 'Incredible Croydon Walking Trail' - town map.

    The Heritage Precinct includes 4 beautiful Colonial civic buildings that are open to the public and have displays and presentations. Across the road ANZAC Park has exceptional sculptures - an open book with the names of the fallen and others commemorating the different cultural groups that served Croydon and Country. Whatever you do - don't miss Croydon, the cultural hub of the Gulf Savannah. Croydon sits half way between Georgetown and Normanton (150km each way)on the Gulf Developmental Road (part of the Savannah Way). It is located about 548km by road from Cairns and 225km from Karumba on the Gulf itself.
    Website - 07 4748 7... 0429 967 ...

  • Destination Gympie Region ---- Visited: 8 Times


    Listing id: 166

    The Gympie region is a diverse destination rich in history and natural beauty. Stretching from the Cooloola Coast to the Mary Valley it is an adventure playground located only two hours drive north of Brisbane. The region includes the coastal townships of Rainbow Beach, the southern entry point to the World Heritage listed Fraser Island, and Tin Can Bay which adjoins the Great Sandy Strait one of the safest waterways in Australia.

    The Mary Valley to the south west is a vibrant hinterland with numerous quaint villages, B & B style accommodation, fresh food produce and markets. In the heart of the region is the city of Gympie which saved Queensland with the discovery of gold in the 1860's. Gympie is the region's historical and commercial hub and boasts numerous heritage listed buildings.
    Website - 1800 444 ...

  • Goondiwindi Visitor Information Centre ---- Visited: 8 Times


    Listing id: 170

    Goondiwindi Visitor information Centre provides a warm welcome to all visitors. Enjoy a look around the Gunsynd museum and learn all about this iconic race horse while chatting with our volunteers. You will find local products, a cool drink and information all available at our comfortable, air conditioned visitor information centre located just a short walk to the thriving main street of Goondiwindi. Parking available for RV's and Caravans.
    Website - 07 4671 2...

  • Herberton Mining and Information Centre ---- Visited: 6 Times


    Listing id: 229

    Friendly volunteers will welcome you to this Visitor Centre in the historic mining town of Herberton, the oldest town on the Atherton Tablelands. Herberton's mining and social history is interpreted on-site and heritage-listed mining machinery, buildings and other museums are close by. The Centre is the starting point for several walking trails featuring some of the magnificent upland scenery, wildflowers and birds for which the area is well-known.
    Website - 07 4096 3...

  • Maryborough Fraser Island Visitor Information Centre ---- Visited: 9 Times

    Fraser Island

    Listing id: 6

    The Fraser Coast region is a rare destination, filled with natural wonders and some of the world's most unique attractions. It boasts World Heritage listed Fraser Island, the largest sand island in the world, and the Great Sandy Strait with its calm protected waters and abundant marine life. And then there's Hervey Bay, the whale watching capital of Australia and a popular access point to the Southern Great Barrier Reef.
    Website - 1800 214 ...

  • Ravenshoe Visitor Centre ---- Visited: 9 Times


    Listing id: 180

    Operated wholly by volunteers since it opened in June 1996 Ravenshoe Visitor Centre is proud to serve the community of Ravenshoe, Queensland, "Centre of the Universe" the friendly town located at the top of the Atherton Tableland. Located 920 metres above sea level the township is surrounded by World Heritage listed rainforest and is the highest point of the Misty Mountains Trails (Walking Tracks). Also known as the Cairns Highlands this area boasts wildlife, birds and attractions found no where else in Tropical North Queensland.
    Website - 07 4097 7...

  • Surfers Paradise Visitor Information Centre ---- Visited: 15 Times

    Gold Coast

    Listing id: 7

    The Gold Coast experience is fun, excitement and diversity with 70 kilometres of the world’s best beaches, 100,000 hectares of world heritage listed rainforest, and more things to see and do than any other destination in the Southern Hemisphere. Golf courses, award-winning restaurants, theme parks, cascading waterfalls, boutique wineries – all of this and more in Australia’s famous for fun capital!
    Website 1300 309 ...

  • Tambo Visitor Information Centre ---- Visited: 13 Times


    Listing id: 72

    Looking for somewhere to relax and refresh and not spend a fortune? Then visit the home of the Tambo Teddy. Tambo Information Centre located in Historical Courthouse. Tambo is the oldest town in the Central West and offers a number of free attractions; Post and Telegraph Museum Coolibah Walk along the Barcoo River Heritage Walk around the Town, Grassland Art Gallery, Tambo Dam For the 4wd adventurers Salvator Rosa National Park also known as the Roof of Queensland Two Caravan Parks available Free camping for self-contained vehicles Motel and Hotel Accommodation.
    Website - 07 4654 6... 0457 276 ...

  • Whitsunday Region Information Centre ---- Visited: 13 Times


    Listing id: 73

    WMDL is the official Regional Tourism Organisation for the Whitsundays region and manages the accredited Whitsunday Region Information Centre, on the Bruce Highway at Proserpine. Located on the northbound side of the highway, next door to the Proserpine Museum, the Information Centre is a valuable resource of information about the Whitsundays. Visitors can also make bookings at the centre before arriving in Airlie Beach, Bowen and on the Whitsunday Islands, and for travel north and southbound within Queensland. The centre is staffed by a permanent Information Centre Co-Ordinator and supported by volunteers. If you are interested in finding out more about volunteering at the Whitsunday Region information Centre.
    Website - 07 49 453...