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Queensland Explore Centre - Injune


Located at the foothills of the Carnarvon Ranges beats the vibrant community of Injune. Surrounded by the breathtaking natural beauty of some of Queensland’s best National Parks and immersed with quirky characters, pioneering heritage and rich Aboriginal Dreamtime stories of the region.


Please Note: The Queensland Explore Centre - Injune will be closed on some public holidays, contact the centre for more information


Opening Hours:

Mon - Fri: 9:00am - 5:00pm 

Injune explore centre

Services your centre offers to visitors:

 - Friendly local volunteers willing to share region secrets, tips and travel tricks.
- Free brochures, maps, information materials such as road reports, weather updates, region events and accommodation, dining and local services.
- Explore the Carnarvon Gorge through the comfort of the centre by using our Virtual Reality goggles.
- Great range of souvenirs and locally made crafts, snacks and drinks.
- Driver Reviver station.


Top 10 things to do around the region:

1. Explore one of the top ten National Parks in Queensland, the outback oasis that is Carnarvon Gorge.
2. Characters of Injune is a short walk on the main street of Injune depicted by rustic statues.
3. Enjoy the tranquillity of the short 1.2km Injune Lagoon Walk and watch the local birdlife.
4. Injune Creek Art Gallery is not to be missed when visiting Injune, showcasing local and regional artists.
5. Check out the C17 Class Locomotive at historic Injune Railway Station, 1920-1967, which used to service the farming and coal mining industries.
6. Visit the Old Injune Coal Mine to tie in with the railway station and train services to the town.
7. Learn the story of Injune through paintings and sandstone at Henricks Park.
8. Get a taste of yesteryear through a collection of relics and photographs inside the Injune Courthouse Museum.
9. Take a drive along the Arcadia Valley Loop where you can stop and take in the sights at Lonesome National Park and Lake Nuga Nuga.
10. Gunnewin Soldier Settlement Monument 28km south of Injune, read about how Injune was established as a soldier settlement and the journey of those who came to live here.

Contact us:

Phone: (07) 4626 0503
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