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Ram Park is a museum complex designed to inspire residents of Blackall and visitors to the region to reflect on the present and imagine the future, through active engagement with the past. The aim of Ram Park is to bring Blackall history to life and preserve it for future generations.
At Ram Park visitors will be able to wander through buildings steeped in local history and view items from a world long past. Strolling through the grounds visitors will be able to visualise how the pioneers of the land tried to tame the outback.
Ram Park is also home to the Blackall Visitor Information Centre and travellers will be able to find out not only local history, but what present day Blackall can also offer those who visit the town on the 'banks of the Barcoo'.
Children are welcome.
Ramps are available for access into the Railway Station (Blackall Visitor Information Centre) and Navena Homestead.
Yes. Pets are allowed.
How To Get There:
Ram Park is located one kilometre from the western edge of town on Shamrock Street, (Landsborough Highway).
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145a Shamrock Street
Queensland 4472 Australia
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