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Min Min Encounter

Min Min Encounter

Herbert Street, Boulia, Queensland, 4829
Email: tourism@boulia.qld.gov.au
Website: www.boulia.qld.gov.au
9006409 Phone Number: 61 07 4746 3386
Fax Number: 61 07 4746 3387

The Min Min Encounter is a unique theatrical experience incorporating animatronics, fibre optics and loads of other high tech wizardry. The encounter is a tribute to the long honoured art of the bush yarn, all based around the famed Min Min Light phenomenon. At the Min Min encounter you will have an outback experience like no other. In the 45 minute show you will be introduced to the story of the Min Min Light by various characters who claim to have taken on a journey through Min Min country to have your own Min Min experience complete with spine tingling effects and an unpredictable ending. Refreshments including sandwiches, cakes, drinks and cappuccinos are available from the Encounter's Cafe also within the facility. The whole centre is wheelchair accessible.

Redland Art Gallery

Redland Art Gallery

Middle Street, Corner of Bloomfield Street, Cleveland, Queensland, 4163
Email: gallery@redland.qld.gov.au
Website: www.more2redlands.com.au/ArtGallery/About%20Us/Pages/default.aspx
9074258 Phone Number: 61 07 3829 8899
Fax Number: 61 07 3829 8891

Opened in 2003, Redland Art Gallery is a vibrant award winning regional gallery showcasing innovative and culturally diverse exhibitions. Redland Art Gallery features six exhibition spaces over two locations at Cleveland and Capalaba. The gallery's policy is to present a balanced and varied exhibition program of innovative and traditional works that provide opportunities for residents and visitors to engage with the visual arts, craft and design and support representation of the Redlands diverse culture and heritage.

The Robber

Robbers Tree

Stockyard Street, Cunnamulla, Queensland, 4490
Email: cunnamullainfo@paroo.qld.gov.au
Website: www.paroo.info
9031022 Phone Number: 61 07 4655 8470
Fax Number: 61 07 4655 1120

A living reminder of the Cunnamulla Bank Robbery in 1880, The Robber, Joseph Wells, hid in the tree but was quickly captured by the irate townspeople whose money he had stolen. Joseph Wells goes down in history as the last man, in Queensland, to receive the death penalty for his particular crime.

Burdekin RIver bed and Mount Keelbottom, Dalrymple

Dalrymple National Park

via Gregory Development Road (Lynd Highway), Charters Towers, Queensland, 4820
Email: qpws@nprsr.qld.gov.au
Website: www.nprsr.qld.gov.au/parks/dalrymple/index.html

Ancient lava flows, fossilised limestone and the Burdekin River, the largest river in Queensland, are features of this park in the Charters Towers area. Mount Keelbottom rises 130 metres above the surrounding plain and part of the old Dalrymple township site can be found in the park. It was one of the first inland settlements in northern Australia and has links with the discovery of gold in the area in the mid-1800s. Parts of the township are privately owned. Please respect private property signs. In the dry season, bush camp along the sandy edges of the Burdekin River. Explore the undeveloped walking trails that follow the river and Fletcher Creek, and discover basalt flows and a peaceful riverside setting. Longer hikes to Mount Keelbottom should only be undertaken by well-equipped and experienced walkers. Watch waterbirds from the river's edge. Ride trail-bikes and mountain bikes on the internal roads through the park.

Sandstone escarpments, Ka Ka Mundi

Ka Ka Mundi, Carnarvon National Park

via, Springsure, Queensland, 4722
Email: qpws@nprsr.qld.gov.au
Website: www.nprsr.qld.gov.au/parks/carnarvon-ka-ka-mundi/index.html

Ka Ka Mundi, Carnarvon National Park, has more than 30 kilometres of sandstone escarpments and plateaus, dry rainforest surrounding clear springs and brigalow scrubs on clay soil. Aboriginal people have close ties to the area. Ka Ka Mundi suits wilderness seekers. Self-sufficient visitors can bush-camp near Bunbuncundoo Springs, however there are no visitor facilities. Experienced walkers with compass and map will enjoy exploring. The park is best to visit in cooler months, though mornings can be frosty.

Burrum Coast National Park

Burrum Coast National Park

Burrum Coast National Park, Bundaberg, Queensland, 4670
Email: qpws@nprsr.qld.gov.au
Website: www.nprsr.qld.gov.au/parks/burrum-coast/index.html

Burrum Coast National Park is a showcase of protected coastal lowland vegetation types: paperbark swamps (with cabbage palms - especially in the Woodgate section), wallum heaths and mangroves. The Kinkuna section features a narrow picturesque beach, low coastal dunes, tea-coloured waterways and flat sandy plains. Explore the Woodgate section on a wheelchair-accessible boardwalk across a melaleuca swamp or along walking tracks to viewing and fishing platforms, and a bird hide. Canoe across the river, go birdwatching your try your luck at fishing. Enjoy camping at Burrum Point or behind the dunes at Kinkuna (both four wheel drive access only). In late winter and spring, delight in the wallum heath natural wildflower show.

QMM Entrance

Queensland Maritime Museum

412 Stanley Street, South Brisbane, Queensland, 4101
Email: info@maritimemuseum.com.au
Website: www.maritimemuseum.com.au
9045658 Phone Number: 61 07 3844 5361
Fax Number: 61 07 3846 1945

The Queensland Maritime Museum was established in 1971 and is a fantastic visitor experience. The museum features the historic warship Diamantina, the 1925 steam tug Forceful, the heritage listed South Brisbane Dry Dock, and a large collection of exhibits such as Jessica's Pink Lady. Visitors can board the Diamantina at her berth in the dry dock and access throughout the vessel is visitor friendly. She is especially popular with younger visitors. The Diamantina has been restored to her 1945 condition and she is the only one of her kind left in the world. Completed in 1881 the South Brisbane Dry Dock housing the Diamantina and a lightship is the centrepiece of the Museum. Visitors can gain easy access to the dry dock and marvel at its construction and the large warship above them. Lighthouses are popular exhibits and the Museum has a very special presentation of lighthouse technology. Their volunteer workforce are only too pleased to welcome visitors.

Entrance to Alexandra Park

Alexandra Park, Playground and Zoo

Quay Street, Bundaberg, Queensland, 4670
Email: info@bundabergregion.info
Website: www.bundabergregion.info
9207948 Phone Number: 61 07 4153 8888
Fax Number: 61 07 4153 8880

Nestled on the banks of the Burnett River on Quay Street, Alexandra Park offers a playground for all ages under the shade of large trees. The kids can play on the playground or run in the large open spaces. The Rotunda gives the park an old time feel. Keep an eye out for locals participating in yoga lessons or walking/running along the Riverside Walk. Alexandra Park is also home to some birds, kangaroos and dingoes. On school holidays check out the times that Old MacDonald's petting zoo visit for an up close encounter with various farm animals. While you are there, keep an eye out as the wildlife keeper may just bring the dingoes out for their daily stroll through the park.

Mount Bithongabel

Mount Bithongabel

Green Mountains section, Lamington National Park, Canungra, Queensland, 4275
Email: qpws@nprsr.qld.gov.au
Website: www.nprsr.qld.gov.au

Lamington National Park boasts extensive walking tracks along the McPherson Range, which allow visitors to explore the area's forests, creeks and waterfalls. Dramatic lookouts afford views over the Gold Coast, south-east Queensland and northern New South Wales. Lamington is part of the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area, which includes the most extensive areas of subtropical rainforest in the world. As the Border Track to Mount Bithongabel climbs 240 metres, observe the change from subtropical to temperate forest. Good examples of Antarctic Beech, a cool temperate species, are growing in the area around Mount Bithongabel. The view from Bithongabel Lookout allows one to trace Bernard O'Reilly's journey when searching for the lost Stinson in 1937, along the McPherson Range to the West as far as Mount Throakban. Continue past some large tree ferns on the left to Toolona Lookout where a view can be obtained of Mount Warning and Murwillumbah.

Quilberry Creek Fishing, Cooladdi

Quilberry Creek Fishing

Diamantina Development Road, 86 kilometres west Charleville on Quilpie Road, Cooladdi, Queensland, 4479
Email: tourism@murweh.qld.gov.au
Website: www.murweh.qld.gov.au
9069129 Phone Number: 61 07 4654 7771
Fax Number: 61 07 4654 7772

On the way to the Opal fields of Quilpie, great Fishing can be found along the banks of Quilberry Creek just on the outskirts of Cooladdi (Aboriginal word meaning 'plenty of water'). Located near the Cooladdi Fox Trap, fishing could not be easier, all you need to do is turn up, throw your line in, sit back and relax. Species in the creek include Yellow Belly, Black Brim, Jew Fish and Murray Cod. If you happen to catch a Carp, please kill and burn this fish. Originally the creek was known as the 'pump hole', as it was the watering place for the Railway steam engines on the Charleville-Quilpie line. Free camping is permitted at this site.

Information provided by the Australian Tourism Data Warehouse