Old fashioned values, real country characters and trees from the ice ages – Morven has it all!

Featuring vintage machinery, a branding board, the rabbit proof gate, and a tin hut built from flattened kerosene tins in the Great Depression, you’ll feel as if you’ve taken a step back in time as you wander down the main street of Morven.

Stop in at the pub for a yarn and discover the story of how a bunch of locals pulled together to rebuild the local watering hole, or take a drive out to Tregole National Park, home of the Ooline Trees.

If you’re chasing a spot to sit back and relax, there’s none better than Sadleirs Waterhole, once a stop over for Cobb & Co Coaches and bullock teams.

Don’t forget to pop into the Morven Visitor Information Centre to find out the best places to snag a fish, boil the billy, or set up camp.

Sadleir's Waterhole

Sadleir's Waterhole and Hamburg Creek are a travellers oasis.

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Tregole National Park

Tregole National Park straddles the boundary between two natural regions, the Brigalow Belt and the Mulga Lands.

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Morven War Memorial

War Memorials were constructed after the Boer War, 1902, to remember and honour the fallen.

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Vietnam Nurses Memorial - Morven Historical Museum

The Vietnam Nurses Memorial located within the Morven Historical Museum complex, is open to visitors every day between 10am and 4pm.

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Morven Rabbit Board Gate

In 1886, the Rabbit Fence was built to ‘rabbit proof’ Queensland, measuring 47 403kms.

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Dick Baker Shed & Old Machinery Display

A whimsical collection and display of all things from by-gone era’s, including old farming machinery.

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Trevor Eckel Memorial Park Morven

The Trevor Eckel Memorial Park was named in memory of Trevor Daryl Eckel, a former Murweh Shire councillor who died in 2014.

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Morven Historical Museum

Step back in time where everyday early outback life is on display at Morven Historical Museum.

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