Branding Board - Albert St
Local Station owners burned their cattle brands onto a piece of Bloodwood to commemorate the re-enactment of the Harry Redford cattle drive. Harry, a knows cattle duffer (thief), whose exploits of droving up to 1000 head of cattle (stolen) from Longreach to Adelaide earned him a place in Outback History.
Dick Baker Shed & Old Machinery Display - Albert St
A whimsical collection and display of all things from a by-gone era, including a lot of old farming machinery. Most of the items came from past Morven local residents Dick Baker and Malcolm and Boosie Crichton.
Humburg Creek & Sadleir's Waterhole - End of Eurella Street
Lined with red river gums, this picturesque waterhole was once a stop-over point for Cobb & Co Coaches and bullock teams. Follow in the footsteps of many early pioneers; take a picnic rug and enjoy a cuppa under the shade of the tress.
Rabbit Board Gate - Albert St
Introduced European rabbits had already destroyed pasture land and native habitat throughout Australia. A rabbit proof fencs was built in 1886 covering 47,403km and gates were constructed accross the roads as part of the 'rabbit proofing' of Queensland.
Home to the rare Ooline tree, the Tregole National Park is just 10km drive from Morven. a 2.1km interpretive walk introduces you to many arid zone plant species.