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Retrace the tracks of Cobb & Co, the first people movers of the outback, as you traverse the unique and fascinating Adventure Way.
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The Allan Tannock Weir is situated on the Warrego River five kilometres south of Cunnamulla. There is a picnic area with wood fuel barbecue, swimming and fishing are permitted one hundred metres from the Weir Wall.
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Alpha is branded the 'Town of Murals' due to the 27 colourful murals painted on buildings throughout the town.
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The volunteers at the Rowley Roberts Tourist Information Centre can show you examples of petrified wood and direct you to where you might see this in its natural setting.
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The picturesque Heritage Trail is a scenic loop between Aramac and Muttaburra. The trail showcases a diversity of landscapes as you travel through black soil open downs country, to the desert uplands, up or down the Jump Up and past natural lakes.
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Aramac War Memorial is one of only two intact soldier statue memorials still standing in their original street intersections settings in Queensland.
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Artesian Arts, located in Shamrock Street in Blackall, is the premier retail outlet for authentic Australian made art and craft in Central Western Queensland.
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The Augathella 4x4 Stock Route Trail is accessible by Four Wheel Drives Only.
Follow the pathway of those who opened up the outback.
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It is not until you take the time to walk Augathella's self-guided heritage trail that you discover the rich and diverse history of the town.
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There is nothing like having a connection to Bushrangers. During the late 1800s and early 1900s, the notorious Bushrangers, the Kenniff Brothers, tethered their horses under this magnificent old Coolibah tree between their many cattle and horse stealing escapades.
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