Things to explore
Australian Workers Heritage Centre
The Australian Workers Heritage Centre is a cultural and heritage styled interpretive centre celebrating working history.
Wanpa-rda Matilda Outback Education Centre
The Australian Workers Heritage Centre in Barcaldine, operates its own Outback Education Centre - Wanpa-rda Matilda, idyllically located within the centre's spacious grounds.
If you are musically inclined you might like to try playing the Thong-a-phone, Piano and Marimba which are located in Oak Street.
Roses ‘n’ Things
Imagine immaculately manicured lawns surrounded by a beautiful garden environment.
Barcaldine Rec Park
The Barcaldine Rec Park consists of a man-made lake which offers a place for recreation and water sport activities.
Barcy Red consists of purpose built motorbike trails adjacent to the Barcaldine Rec Park designed by international Dakar Rally superstar and local legend Rodney Fagotter.
The Globe is a multifunctional building designed specifically for arts and tourism.
Pat Ogden Tower
While visiting the Barcaldine Visitor Information Centre, take the time to appreciate the 360-degree views of Barcaldine.
An easy walk from the town centre is the Aramac Tramway Museum. The Museum contains memorabilia from the early years of settlement in our district.
A herd of little white bulls has joined Aramac's famous White Bull to recognise the exploits of Harry Redford.
Harry Redford Interpretive Centre
The Henry ‘Harry’ Redford Interpretive Gallery is part of the Rural Transaction Centre in Gordon Street, Aramac.
Aramac Memorial Park
Aramac Memorial Park is a shady park, located in the centre of town, with play equipment suitable for children, tables, electric BBQs and a swimming pool.
Lake Dunn Sculpture Trail
Local artist Milynda Rogers decided she needed a platform to display her work and has created one of the best drives in our area.
Welcome to Aramac Sign
A new mural has recently been painted to welcome visitors to Aramac in Central Western Queensland.
Dr Arratta Memorial Museum
Dr Joseph Andrew Arratta was the resident doctor in Muttaburra from 1925 until he retired in 1960.