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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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Aussie Emporium is owned and operated by Peter and Anne Eldridge who have drawn on 50 years of retail experience and extensive travel to bring together Queensland's largest collection of quality Australiana, gift lines and souvenirs!
If you haven't treated yourself to the experience of the Aussie Emporium where quality doesn't cost any more.
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Autumn Park is situated on the corner of Drayton and Cairns Street, Nanango, and is the most recently built recreational park in Nanango.
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Bluebelles Art Gallery is a modern, state of the art, Fine Art gallery space showcasing to the creativity of local artisans.
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While the soldier statue has become a symbol of remembrance in Australia relating to the world wars, the first of three soldier statues erected in Queensland after the Boer War (1899-1902) is found the War Memorial Park of Allora.
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Boondooma Homestead represents a step back to 1847 when the Lawson brothers along with Robert Alexander established the Boondooma Station.
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Bunya Mountains National Park, Queensland's second-oldest national park, protects the world's largest remaining bunya pine rainforest.
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The Burnett War Museum is located three kilometres south off Cooyer Road from Kingaroy. Turn left into Warren Truss Drive and the museum is located in the old Metrological Building, beside the terminal.
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In 1995 The Kingaroy Apex Club erected the plaque and gateway to mark the start of the Kokoda Track and the Carroll Nature Reserve.
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Come and enjoy an 'old time' experience for the whole family. Chinchilla Museum offers insight into the unusual - a fascinating glimpse into a district rich in cattle, grain, sheep and timber, and more recently melons, grapes, stone fruits and vegetables.
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