Rockhampton Attractions

The spectacular Capricorn Caves are a unique system of above ground limestone caves, just north of Rockhampton. One of the longest running tourist attractions in Queensland, Capricorn Caves allow you ...
Step back in time with a trip to Archer Park Rail Museum, one of Rockhampton's long standing historical attractions. Telling the tale of railway developments and the history of rail transport, the Arc...
A collection of buildings/homestead dating from 1858. Bush dancing/dinner/band.
Created by the Barrage (a dam across the Fitzroy River 2km upstream from the bridge), offers swimming, fishing and picnic spots.
Makes a fascinating excursion. The open cut mine is one of the largest man-made craters in the world.
The Gallery has a permanent display from "The Rockhampton Collection",the collection consists of paintings by distinguished Australian Artists.Open,Tue-Fri,10am-4pm,Sat & Sun,11am-4pm.
Australia's largest Aboriginal Cultural Centre.
The Gardens were established in 1869,fine examples of exotic palms,ornamental & fruit species.A Japanese Garden was added in 1982 to recognise the friendship between Rockhampton & Sister City,Ibusiki.