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.
Tregole National Park - 10km south of Morven (Bollon Rd)
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.