Rockhampton & Surrounds 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...
Capricorn Coast Trail Rides is owned and managed by Glen Bridgeman and his partner Madeline Chery. They are dedicated to their animals and growing their business. As the owners, they are hands on carr...
Created by the Barrage (a dam across the Fitzroy River 2km upstream from the bridge), offers swimming, fishing and picnic spots.
A collection of buildings/homestead dating from 1858. Bush dancing/dinner/band.
Makes a fascinating excursion. The open cut mine is one of the largest man-made craters in the world.
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.
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.