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Tourist Visitor Information & Interpretive Centre providing information on almost everything and part of the Dunnart Re-establishment Program, home to 2 cute and cheeky Dunnarts called Duncan and Donald. There’s enough to keep you here for at least...more
Hours Today: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
34 Burke St, Julia Creek, Queensland 4823, Australia
A fantastically well presented, Interactive Information Centre. One of the best around. As well as the usual Brochures & advice, there's 3 or 4 small "Media Rooms" with a selection of Videos to watch, that covers all things in the Shire....Country Life & Lifestyle, Opening...More
A very impressive information centre with friendly and knowledgeable staff. The three original railway fettler’s cottages on the site contain tv screens where you can choose a variety of stories regarding the history of the McKinlay shire as well as current information at the press...More
The Information Centre houses the JC Dunnarts which were fascinating to watch at feeding time. The shire has spent a lot of money and effort in building this centre.A local man had a great involvement in its design and building and it would have to...More
The shire council spent some money on designing this complex and it shows. A lovely place just to spend time in. The gum leaf theme to the seats paving etc is a nice touch. Cute use of local moonstones in paving and seating. Great restoration...More
Great centre, informative, helpful staff and a really well laid out visitor centre. Extremely useful if you want to stop by for an hour or a day. It is obvious from the visitor centre that this is a very supportive local community who have done...More
Recently stopped in Julia creek, this information centre has more to offer than you would expect, lots of information on the town & its history, plus a look see at the tiny weeny dunnart, very cute the kids would love it, plus the floor experience.
Beautifully landscaped and designed info center - like an oasis in the outback. We stopped for a short break on our drive west, just in time to watch the Julia Creek Dunnart feeding and info talk - very interesting;