Explore our natural beauty
When conditions are right our area can produce some of the best wildflower displays in Queensland.
Our region contains some of the best birdwatching locations in Central Western Queensland.
Drummond Range Lookout
Located 60km east of Alpha, this lookout provides a great vantage point from which to overlook the Drummond Range.
Barcaldine Botanical Walk
The Barcaldine Botanical Walk, situated 9km south of Barcaldine on the Landsborough Highway, is a bushland experience not to be missed.
Lagoon Creek / Frazer Way Walking Path
On the outskirts of Barcaldine, Lagoon Creek is a popular walking and bird watching spot.
The Lloyd-Jones Weir is situated 14kms from Barcaldine on the Barcaldine Downs Road.
The stone Healing Circle is an interesting stopping point on your journey to Lake Dunn.
Horsetailer’s Gorge was once used as a camping spot by drovers.
Gray Rock is a sandstone outcrop that was a stopping point for Cobb and Co in the 1870s.
Known locally as The Lake, this freshwater lake 68kms north-east of Aramac is a popular camping, bird watching and water sports location.
This water hole is one of the best recreational fishing areas in the district.
Enjoy a family barbecue and swimming under the shade of gums that are estimated to be over 100 years old.
Union Camp and Hole
The Union Camp was used as a base for 400 shearers during the 1891 Shearers’ Strike.