Charleville

A chandelier of stars, 3500 secrets, the iconic bilby and a history so rich, it will blow your mind  - you’ve made it to Charleville, the hub of South West Queensland.

There’s a lot to love about this outback town, and even more to see and do! But it’s not just the sights that will have you coming back for more, our community is our biggest asset. Genuine and authentic, with a whole lot of heart – see for yourself why so many people ‘just passing through’ fall in love with this little outback town and decide to call it home. 

Self Guided Cave Tours - Adavale Way Farm Stay

Take the 45minute/ 67km drive from Charleville out to our property called “Tyrone” which is the home to Adavale way farm stay. Explore the magnificent Cave and rock forma...

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Charleville Historic House & Museum

Historic House Museum is full of treasures from a bygone era when life was tough for both early pioneers & indigenous Australians.

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Charleville Bilby Experience

The Charleville Bilby Experience offers a must-see show!

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Outback Date Farms

Outback Date Farms is an Australian, family run enterprise, so come on in an experience a fully working date plantation.

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Charleville Cosmos Centre

View the sky like never before and come and learn about astronomy in the most unique way.

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WWII Secret Base

WWII Secret Base - an interactive exhibition centre - outlining Charleville's role during 1942-1946.

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Grave Keeper Tour

Join the mysterious Grave Keeper as he unlocks the secrets of the outback. Who were the men and women who helped build Charleville? Meet entrepreneurial Greek immigrant H...

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Hotel Corones 'History & Stories' Tour

If you love a great story, then boy, is there a great one to be told here for you.

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WWII Secret Tag-Along Tour

WWII Secret Tag Along Tour - a guide led tag along tour, visiting 6 significant locations on what used to be a USAAF Base. Please note that if you complete a WWII Sec...

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Charleville SES Shed - Flood Display

The Flood Marker project serves to tell the story of the people of 1990, many of whom are still here and remember it vividly.

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Charleville Skate Park

Travelling with teenagers? Let them stretch their legs in Charleville's new skate park. Conveniently located next door to the swimming pool.

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Charleville War Memorial

Charleville's war memorial echoes the taste of southern states - an ornately carved marble obelisk rather than the Queensland favourite, soldier statue.

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Charleville Graham Andrews Parklands

Whether it's a quick stopover, or a day out with family and friends, Graham Andrews Parklands is always a great place to stop and relax.

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King Edward Park Charleville

Located in Parry Street, Charleville, King Edward Park was established to offer a playground, exercise equipment, netball courts, basketball court, tennis courts and skat...

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Warrego River Walk

Wander along Charleville's Warrego River Walk beside the northernmost tributary of the Darling River.

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Mulga Lands Art Gallery

The Mulga Lands Gallery is a bright contemporary art space with curated exhibitions changing regularly with an array of artistic genres.

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Angellala Bridge Explosion Site

At 9.50pm on the 5th of September 2014, 26km south of Charleville, Australian transport history was made.

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Charleville Royal Flying Doctor Service Visitor Centre

The Royal Flying Doctor Service Visitor Centre provides you with an incredible insight into this iconic outback service which is still operating today.

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Charleville Water Tower

The Charleville Water Tower proudly features on the Silo Art Trail.

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Travel West Outback Tours

Travel West operate Four Wheel Drive Motel Accommodated Tag Along Tours to Birdsville, Innamincka and the Corner Country.

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The Shed at The Faraway Tree

This beautiful, 109 year old workshop is now open to visitors, housing a display of vintage sewing machines, local stories and nostalgic memorabilia.

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Charleville Botanic Reserve

The Charleville Botanical Reserve aims to showcase the region’s vegetation within a 2,000 hectare reserve, just 15km south of Charleville.

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Charleville's Oldest Tree

Stop by Charleville's oldest tree, a gracious and grand Moreton Bay Ash (Carbeen). Its botanical name is Corymbia tessellaris and the tree is nationally registered.

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Charleville Bilby Experience

See bilbies in their nocturnal house and learn how our breeding facilities are making a massive difference at saving them from extinction.

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