The Carnarvon Gorge section of Carnarvon Ranges National Park forms one of the most impressive stretches of countryside in Australia. To the natural beauty of the cliffs and gorges, the vanished Abori...
To enjoy an old time experience in the Western Downs, why not take a trip to the Chinchilla Historical Museum. Containing exhibits depicting the early history of the area, displays within the museum i...
The 405ha park protects an area of open eucalypt forest and dry rainforest. Silver-leaved ironbark and forest red gum dominate the grassy open forests. Bottle trees thrive in the dry rainforest on the...
Miles Historical Village is not to be missed. Opened in 1971, the village was developed as an authentic pioneer settlement exhibiting early-type vehicles amidst a range of community style establishmen...
onsite at The Big Rig complex
Learn about the unique history of Australia's oil & gas industry, from the first discovery until today.
Chinchilla Weir

Chinchilla Weir


Ensures a plentiful water supply and an excellent picnic and recreation area.
A picnic area with barbecues fueled by natural gas.
Held annually, draws visitors from many towns and stations on the western Darling Downs from Roma to Dalby and Goondiwindi.
aA Heritage listed railway station.
Roma comes alive with what is considered one of Qld's top annual Festivals, events during the Easter break include,a rodeo,ball,motorsports,art show,street market & goat races just to name a few.