Information Centres

Mundubbera Heritage and Information Centre

The friendly volunteers at the Mundubbera Heritage and Visitor Information Centre are only too pleased to assist with your queries and impart their local knowledge of the area.

During your visit, view the displays on early settlement and local industries.

Bicentennial Park, on the banks of the Burnett River, is also home to the Arthur Dagg Walk, a steam train, a tree grown from a seed gathered at Lone Pine Gallipoli, a sensory garden, bush tucker plantation and a series of four metal/rock sculptures entitled Ceratodus, The Picker, Cattleman and Footprints. Created by Hervey Bay Stainless Steel Artist, Chris Calcutt the sculptures are based on a concept by Norm & Michelle Harris and represent the natural and human heritage in the Mundubbera district.

Street address
Bicentennial Park
Mundubbera Durong Road
MUNDUBBERA QLD 4626

Mailing address
PO Box 390
GAYNDAH QLD 4625

Contact Information
Phone: (07) 4165 5700
Email: admin@northburnett.qld.gov.au
Website: www.northburnett.qld.gov.au

Gayndah Museum and Information Centre

OPEN from 9am to 4pm daily
Museum and Visitor Information
Refer Website for Special Events
Operated by the Gayndah & District Historical Society Inc.

Street address
8 Simon Street
GAYNDAH QLD 4625

Mailing address
PO Box 1
GAYNDAH QLD 4625

Contact Information
Phone: (07) 4161 2226
Mobile: 0429 611 645
Email: secretary.gayndahmuseum@gmail.com
Website: www.gayndahmuseum.com.au
Contact Name: John

RM Williams Australian Bush Learning Centre

Servicing: Biggenden, Eidsvold, Gayndah, Monto, Mt Perry, Mundubbera

 The Visitor Information Centre is located at the Centre and has an array of free tourist guides and maps for local and Queensland destinations. Staff and Volunteers at the Centre are passionate locals that love to share the stories and places to visit of our region! Stop in a say G’day! 

The legendary RM Williams’ footprints are firmly imprinted in Eidsvold’s history and his name graces a centre dedicated to preserving and reviving the area’s unique bush culture. Discover the spirit of life in the bush. The story of RM Williams, the man, his journey and his profound respect for the Aboriginal people unfolds in the Interpretive Centre.

A Place to Learn New Skills – Learn and experience traditional and contemporary bush ways. Training workshops in bushcrafts, leather work, silversmithing, blacksmithing and arts and crafts feature regularly in the Learning Room of the Centre. For more information or to register for a workshop please contact the Centre. 

Art Gallery – The Centre is also home to a modern gallery space. A variety of exhibitions are held regularly, with a focus on local artists and visiting exhibitions with a ‘bush’ theme. To find out about the current and upcoming exhibitions, or inquire about exhibiting please contact the Centre.

 RV Stopover – The Centre offers low-cost self contained camping at the Centre for $10 per night. Make the most of your night in Eidsvold and watch the FREE daily light show.

Son et Lumiere – Light and Sound Show – This FREE daily light show shares the stories of RM Williams, local drovers, bush poets and story tellers. This is a must-see Show while in the North Burnett.

 

Street address
A3 Australia’s Country Way (Burnett Highway)
23767 Gayndah Monto Road,
EIDSVOLD QLD 4627

Mailing address
A3 Australia’s Country Way (Burnett Highway)
23767 Gayndah Monto Road,
EIDSVOLD QLD 4627

Contact Information
Phone: (07) 4165 7272
Email: info@rmwilliamscentre.com.au
Website: www.rmwilliamscentre.com.au
Contact Name: Manager

Pioneer Cottage Visitor Information Centre

Opening Hours:
Monday-Friday 8.00am – 4.00pm
Saturday and Sunday: 8.00am – 1.00pm
Information Centre is manned from 9.00am – 12 noon 7 days

Street address
Lister Street
MONTO QLD 4630

Mailing address
Lister Street
MONTO QLD 4630

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