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Gidgee Inn

Matilda Highway, Cloncurry QLD 4824

Multi award winning motel for the Outback Queensland Tourism Award for superior accommodation situated at the hub of the world's largest mineral province at Cloncurry. Rooms include ensuite, air conditioning, ceiling fan, remote control TV, tea and coffee making facilities, plus all rooms have a private undercover car park. Facilities include swimming pool, BBQ area, licensed restaurant and bar, conference and meeting facilities, guest laundry, courtesy transfers, room service.

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Wagon Wheel Motel

54 Ramsay Street, Cloncurry QLD 4824

Centrally situated near the town centre of Cloncurry. Featuring 27 motel rooms with air conditioning, ceiling fan, ensuite, TV, tea/coffee making facilities, direct dial phones, refrigerator. Guest facilities include: swimming pool licensed restaurant, guest laundry.

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Central Hotel Cloncurry

46 Scarr St, Cloncurry QLD 4824

The Central Hotel provides the best facilities and service available in Cloncurry!

We will make sure that you have an unforgettable stay with us.

Once you've experienced the joy of being at the Central Hotel, you will never settle for anything less.

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Cloncurry Caravan Park Oasis

Flinders, Cloncurry QLD 4824
The Cloncurry Oasis Caravan Park is situated on the Overlander's Way (Flinders Highway) about half a kilometre from the main shopping area of town. Cloncurry has a variety of shops including a major Supermarket.The park has well established trees for shade and grassy areas for campsites. Their powered sites are mostly drive-through sites. Large rigs are easily accommodated. There are five deluxe villas recently rated three and a half stars, eight ensuite cabins and three non-ensuite cabins, with only a short walk to one of the two amenity blocks. The park features an inground shaded saltwater swimming pool. Two amenities blocks with coin operated laundries, barbecues and LPG refills.
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Gilbert Park Tourist Village

2 McIlwraith Street, Cloncurry QLD 4824
Gilbert Park Tourist Village lets you experience the unique and colourful outback theatrics of the town of Cloncurry. During peak season you can experience local entertainment. You'll spot resident wildlife and set up camp on our powered sites or choose a cabin instead. A pre-sunset walk will take you to the spectacular sight of Sunset Rock. Events like the Rodeo and the Camp Draft show you the best of Australian horsemanship. There is fossicking forgarnets and minerals and exploring the Flying Doctor Legacy that John Flynn has left behind. Enjoy a quiet, relaxed stay in a friendly environment at the Gilbert Park Tourist Village. The park is situated on the highway east of town with wide drive through sites and grassed camper trailer sites. Modern self contained ensuite cabins offer comfortable accommodation for couples and families. Do a self guided tour of the town and surrounds and be there inearly August for the action of the Cloncurry Merry Muster Rodeo.
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Gidgee Inn Motel

1 Matilda Hwy , Cloncurry QLD 4824
This Property is currently under refurbishment An oasis in an outback landscape. The Gidgee Inn Motel was built in 1997 using Cloncurry's rich red soils. The motel features 40 rooms all beautifully outfitted in Australian style and on one level. Jarrah furnishings and spinifex coloured carpet compliment the spacious rooms which are set in luscious gardens complete with in-ground salt water pool and BBQ area. The 'Gourmet Traveller' has listed the Gidgee Grill which offers a selection of top quality steaks and seafood sourced fresh from the gulf and surrounding areas.

Cloncurry War Memorial

Sheaff Street, Cloncurry QLD 4824
The Cloncurry War Memorial is located at the intersection of Sheaff and Scarr streets. The memorial originally included four clocks - one on each side of the pedestal. These have been replaced with metal circles paying tribute to the RAAF, Navy, Army and Nursing services. The memorial was installed by the Returned Sailors Soldiers Imperial League of Australia. His Excellency the Governor General, Lord Stonehaven, unveiled the memorial on 26 August 1927. He was returning from a short holiday in Normanton where he was engaged in bird watching, duck shooting and fishing, taking advantage of the new QANTAS airline trips to the gulf. Later that year, the memorial clock was handed over to the council to ensure its ongoing maintenance. In 1939 the Cloncurry Shire Council built a new War Memorial Hall, further along Scarr Street. From that time on, ANZAC commemorations were able to proceed to the hall for refreshments. ...

John Flynn Place Museum and Art Gallery

King Street, Cloncurry QLD 4824
John Flynn Place Museum and Art Gallery in Cloncurry commemorates the work of John Flynn and the beginnings of the Royal Flying Doctor Service. The museum is a three story venue which also celebrates the contribution from Fred McKay and Alfred Traeger. It was at Cloncurry that the Royal Flying Doctor Service was established in 1928. Flynn's choice of Cloncurry was based on its proximity to the mining camps and scattered pastoralists, all of whom were poorly served by any kind of medical services. John Flynn Place houses an excellent overview of the Flynn legacy. The museum's display moves progressively from an image of outback conditions at the turn of the century to the history of Flynn himself. It includes some interesting personal memorabilia and explanations of how the whole Flying Doctor system worked in the early days. The Radio Galley is a tribute to amazing work of Alfred Traeger, the inventive genius who gave a voice to Outback Australia, through the pedal radio. A valuable art collection is on display in the Fred McKay Art Gallery, which displays winners of the Ernest Henry Art Show and temporary exhibitions....

Cloncurry Unearthed Visitor Information Centre and Museum

48 McIlwraith Street, Cloncurry QLD 4824
Cloncurry Unearthed Visitor Information Centre and Museum is located on Cloncurry/Mary Kathleen Memorial Park, McIlwraith Street, Cloncurry. The accredited Visitor Information Centre staff are friendly and knowledgeable and can provide you with local information, maps, brochures and accommodation details. You can also pick up a Fossicking Licence here. The gift shop has a great selection of souvenirs, hot beverages, ice-creams and drinks. In the museum see displays on Burke and Wills, Mary Kathleen Mine, Ernest Henry (founder of Cloncurry and the great mineral wealth of the district). See the collection of memorabilia on Cloncurry and district and one of Australia's most comprehensive gem and mineral collections. In the outdoor museum see displays of mining and pastoral machinery, including traction engines, and a unique 1940s Ford rail ambulance. Sit and relax in the shaded parklands, enjoy a barbecue, or let the kids stretch their legs in the playground. Take a short walk to the lookout with central views of Cloncurry and enjoy a coffee while you take in the surrounding countryside. ...

Curry Merry Muster Festival

Hensley Drive, Cloncurry QLD 4824
Since 1954 the 'Curry Merry Muster' has provided Cloncurry and the surrounding region with all the thrills and spills of rodeo, brimming with community spirit. Today the event has grown to a festival boasting a pro-rodeo renowned as Australia's highest single payout professional rodeo. The Festival will incorporate the popular Street Parade; annually attracting in excess of 40 themed community floats. A launch to the weekend festivities to follow the Street Parade incorporate community stalls, food, bar and live entertainment. Friday will showcase the famous Bush Poets Breakfast; attracting local and visiting poets and incorporating a camp oven breakfast, the Teddy Bears Picnic and an all new junior rodeo. Friday evening and Saturday will boast the 'Curry Merry Muster' pro-rodeo which see thousands of spectators flock to see the champions compete for top prize money and the chance to win a one of a kind hand crafted buckle....

Cloncurry/Mary Kathleen Memorial Park Complex

McIlwraith Street, Cloncurry QLD 4824
The Cloncurry/Mary Kathleen Memorial Park Complex is located just off the main highway that runs through town with ample parking for cars, caravans and motorhomes. This is a perfect place to stop and take a break on your journey. It has something for the whole family - with a playground for the kids, amenities and a shaded picnic/barbecue area set in the beautiful parkland. Stretch your legs and go for a 10 minute walk up the lookout past the unique water feature and take in the spectacular panoramic view of Cloncurry and the surrounding rugged landscape. Enjoy the free outdoor display featuring historic mining, rail and farm equipment including a unique 1941 Ford V8 Rail Ambulance which was used when roads were impassible. The former Visitor Information Centre was originally the Oona Police Station building, which was then moved to Dobbyn and again moved to Mary Kathleen as a police station. After the mine shut down and the town dismantled, it was relocated to its current site and used as the Visitor Information Centre until 2013. The park also incorporates the Cloncurry Unearthed Visitor Information Centre and Museum....

Cloncurry Stockman's Challenge and Campdraft

Hensley Drive, Cloncurry QLD 4824
The Curley Cattle Transport Cloncurry Stockman's Challenge and Campdraft is regarded as one of the greatest horse events in Australia. The Curry Challenge is an elite and prestigious event, drawing competitors from all states in to a fierce and thrilling competition. Witness skilful displays of bush horsemanship in a tribute to the Australian horseman. Horses and their work together to overcome obstacles, move cattle and demonstrate their ability, training and presentation in a series of timed events. ...