J.C. Ruins

John Costello was empowered by John Collin and Son of Melbourne to secure land for the Collins family. It was during one of these early exploring trips that John stopped here and carved his initials (or was it J.C. for John Collin) on the famous JC tree while he was waiting for his billy to [...]

John Egan Pioneer Track

The John Egan Pioneer Track highlights the ecological and cultural values of the Stonehenge town reserve. The track passes through downs country, scenic hill view country, spectacular erosions and rocky outcrops, natural springs and waterfalls (in wet seasons). Take in the views from lookouts along the escarpment. Rock holes shaded by ghostly white gum trees [...]

Windorah Visitor Information Centre

The Windorah Visitor Information Centre is located on Maryborough Street in Windorah. This accredited visitor information centre offers a one stop shop for travel information including maps, brochures and itineraries. Staffed by skilled and knowledgeable locals, the Windorah Visitor Information Centre can provide advice on the things to see, things to do and where to [...]

Stonehenge Caravan Park

The Stonehenge Caravan Park is centrally located in Stonehenge diagonally across from the hotel, the hub of the town. The park has fourteen powered sites but ample room for extra vans or tents. An ablution block complete with unisex facilities for guests with a disability are provided. A barbecue has also been erected in the [...]

Jundah Caravan Park

The Jundah Caravan Park is located at the rear of the Barcoo Shire Memorial Park which fronts onto the main street, Dickson and is adjacent to the public pool. Access to the park is from Miles Street. The Caravan Park shares an ablution block with the pool or nearby in the Memorial Park and hosts [...]

J.C. Ruins

John Costello was empowered by John Collin and Son of Melbourne to secure land for the Collins family. It was during one of these early exploring trips that John stopped here and carved his initials (or was it J.C. for John Collin) on the famous JC tree while he was waiting for his billy to [...]

Windorah Visitor Information Centre

The Windorah Visitor Information Centre is beside the Whitula Gate Museum in Maryborough Street. The centre is more than an Information Centre – it is a gathering place for the local residents. So call in and have a Driver Reviver cup of tea and chat with the locals, browse around the museum pieces, craft and [...]

Windorah Nature Drive

The Nature Drive is a 12 kilometre off-road drive from Windorah to Coopers Creek that passes through a variety of country including Gidgee woodlands, Spinifex grasslands and floodplains to finish the drive at Coopers Creek. There are around 38 different flora with common name plates as well as a number of points of interest along [...]

Whitula Gate Museum

The Whitula Gate Museum is based around an original slab hut built by the Rabbit Board in 1906 as a boundary riders’ hut. The hut was moved to its present location in 1996 to be used as the centre point of the museum. The museum has been designed to re-create an 1800s homestead. The museum [...]

Red Sandhills

The Red Sandhills ten kilometres west of Windorah on the Birdsville Road are the reddest that you will find anywhere. They may not be very high, but they are worth stopping to admire, especially for photographers. The sandhills continually change colours throughout the day. The best time to see them is at sunset. It’s an [...]

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