• With a panorama of giant red sandhills, Windorah is located in the heart of the Channel Country, beside Cooper's Creek. It doesn't get much more 'outback' than here, with its stunning vistas, picturesque ruins and historical sites. Windorah's history is linked with Isisford for it was the Whitman brothers who established both towns. Originally known as Stony Point, its current name is the Aboriginal word for 'place of large fish'. This relates to Cooper's Creek, which is formed by the junction of the Thomson and Barcoo Rivers just south of Jundah. Cooper Creek at Windorah is a top fishing spot,

  • Whitula Gate Museum
    Whitula Gate Museum

    The Whitula Gate Museum is based around an original slab hut built by the Rabbit

  • Windorah Visitor Information Centre
    Windorah Visitor Information Centre

    The Windorah Visitor Information Centre is beside the Whitula Gate Museum in Maryborough Street. The

  • Red Sandhills
    Red Sandhills

    The Red Sandhills ten kilometres west of Windorah on the Birdsville Road are the reddest

  • J.C. Ruins
    J.C. Ruins

    John Costello was empowered by John Collin and Son of Melbourne to secure land for

  • Windorah Nature Drive
    Windorah Nature Drive

    The Nature Drive is a 12 kilometre off-road drive from Windorah to Coopers Creek that

  • Windorah Caravan Park
    Windorah Caravan Park

    The Windorah Caravan Park has 32 powered sites and plenty of camping area. There are

  • Cooper Cabins
    Cooper Cabins

    Eight hours' drive from Roma is a small town called Windorah - where the mighty

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