Angellala Bridge Explosion Site - 26km South of Charleville on the Mitchell Highway
At 9.50pm on the 5th of September 2014, 26km south of Charleville, Australian transport history was made. A truck carrying 53 tonnes of ammonium nitrate caught fire, crashed and exploded at Angellala Creek. The blast radius was huge and felt over 30km away and had Charleville locals thinking it was an earthquake. Today, the road bridge has been rebuilt, but signs of the explosion still remain and the story is told through a specially prepared interpretive area at the site.
Barefoot Bowls - Epacris St
Come on down to the Charleville Bowls Club on Thursday night. Starting at 6.30pm, join in on a social game of barefoot bowls, followed by a sausage sizzle. Weather pending.
The Visitor Information Centre can supply a list on native birds to our region and the best places that you can find them.
Charleville Visitor Information Centre - King St, Railway Station
The Charleville Visitor Information Centre is located in the Historic Charleville Railway Station that was rebuilt in 1957 after a fire in 1954. This passenger station is significant for its rarity value. It is the only station of its design and the only station on the Queensland Rail network with reinforced concrete walls, designed to accommodate the climactic conditions of Charleville.
There is nothing more relaxing than sitting under a star studded sky on the banks of our peaceful rivers with the only sounds you can hear for miles is your day's catch sizzling away over your campfire and the leaves of the river gums rustling gently in the breeze. You will find our local area fishing map conveniently marks all spots situated within 50kms of Charleville in all directions... Fishing has never been easier.
Graham Andrews Parklands - Steiger Vortex Rainmaking Guns & Outback Native Timber Walk - Sturt St (Mitchell Highway)
The 'Steiger Vortex Rainmaking Guns' is a unique Charleville Story.
The Outback Native Timber Walk has many different species of Australian native trees.
Call in the Charleville Visitor Information Centre for your map to guide you through the Park.
King Edward Park - Parry St
Bring the kids along to King Edward Park where you can stretch out your legs. The kids can play on the playground equipment and you can also use the exercise equipment provided.
Lawn Bowls - Epacris St
Known for its friendly and relaxed atmosphere, a visit to the Charleville Bowls Club is a great chance to mingle and get to know the locals. The club offers activities that both visitors and locals can enjoy.
Made in Murweh Local Arts & Crafts Store - Alfred St Located on the main street of Charleville
This little store has some wonderful treasures. Showcasing local talents, this store only stocks items that have been hand crafted within the boundaries of the Murweh Shire. Pop in and say G'day to the dedicated volunteers and you just never know what unique little memnto you may find.
Pioneers Audio History Panels - Alfred St
Hear the entrepreneurial and amazing stories of some of the men who were instrumental in shaping Charleville into the community it is today. Situated on the verandah of Historic House Museum, these are fascinating stories and worth listening to.
Rock Wallaby Viewing - King St
The rangers at the Charleville Environmental Protection Agency office (National Parks) are hosts to the Yellow Footed Rock Wallaby. Visitors are invited to pop in and see them frolic and play in their own specially built enclosure.
Skate Park & Town Pool - Warrego St
After travelling, let the kids stretch their legs at the Charleville Skate Park. Right next door we also have Basketball and Netball courts and when the weather permits, the pool is also handy.
Warrego River Walk - Refer to Charleville Town Map
The Warrego River, a northern tributary of the Darling River, flows through parts of South West Queensland and the north western areas of New South Wales. This short 2.8km return walk along the northern side of the Warrego River also features some of th elocal flora and fauna of our region.
Weather Station Automatic Release - Qantas Dr
The Bureau of Meteorology collects meteorological data such as temperature, wind direction and speed, in the local area, which is used to forecast the weather. A balloon is launched automatically each day. Interested members of th epublic can view this at Charleville Airport at 9:15am daily.