Myall Park Botanic Garden

Glenmorgan, Maranoa Area

Indicative Rate * AU$25.00 to AU$90.00 Room Only

At Myall Park Botanic Garden Cottage and Caravan and Camping, accommodation is available year round in a comfortable cottage, and backpacker style Quarters. Caravans and camping are welcomed also.

The tariffs are moderate and all basic needs are provided. Here is the ideal spot to get away from it all, no telephone, no television, simply peace, quiet and bird song.

Bring your own supplies. Linen can be provided for your relaxing stay (minimum charge applies).


  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Conference/Convention Facilities
  • Cycle/Running Path
  • Gardens in property
  • Open fireplace
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Shop
  • Walking Tracks


  • Birdwatching
  • Bushwalking
  • Camping
  • Cycling
  • Guided Walks

Other Information


Children are welcome.
Myall Park Road
Glenmorgan, Maranoa Area

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Cobb & Co Changing Station

Surat, Maranoa Area
Free Entry
Steeped in history with links to Cobb & Co and the 'boom time' of the wool growing industry, Surat is an ideal destination for anyone wishing to reconnect with history of the pioneering spirit of life on the land. The Cobb & Co Changing Station - original site of the Cobb & Co Store and drop-off point for coach travellers and goods, houses a museum depicting lifestyles of yesteryear, is home to a 14-seater Cobb & Co coach and houses an amazing 25,000 litre freshwater aquarium, social history museum and regional art gallery.
The Meandarra ANZAC Memorial Museum typifies the bravery and self sacrifice of the first ANZACs, housing a large and comprehensive military memorabilia collected over the past 30 years. The artefacts cover many of the battles in which our local war veterans fought, representing the three Armed Services of Navy, Army and Air Force. The contrasting diversity of the Museum's pieces gives Meandarra a very unique collection including a Canberra Bomber aeroplane, a Grant Tank in North African colours and a Water Buffalo tank from the South West Pacific Campaigns.
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Montys Garage is a 1940s style auto garage which is now a Vintage Car Museum with a large collection of restored vintage cars and trucks. 15 are displayed daily with the total collection comprising of over 70 vehicles with more to be displayed once they are restored. This is a working museum where you can enjoy looking at the cars on display or browse through the huge collection of auto memorabilia and large range of vintage spare parts and equipment. You may also wish to see their workshop where an old car or truck will be a work in progress exhibit as it will be a look back in time to how it was once done in outback towns. Glenmorgan is 'The Biggest Little Town in the Western Downs' with fuel, a hotel and a shop. If you are interested in old motoring history it is well worth a visit.
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The Heroes Avenue of 93 Queensland bottle trees (Brachychiton rupestre) creates a uniquely outback boulevard, remembering the men of Roma who died in WWI. The first tree was planted in 1918 supposedly in honour of Lieutenant Corporal Norman Saunders who was killed in France in 1916. That tree, outside the Post Office, near the corner of McDowell and Wyndham streets, is locally known as the Tree of Knowledge. The rest of the avenue, extending from the railway station into Wyndham Street and along Bungil Street to the intersection with Hawthorne Street, was planted by 1920. Originally each tree bore a brass name plate. Only one survives and it has become part of a cairn outside the Post Office, displaying all 93 names. A WWI Honour Board is located in the Roma-Bungil Cultural Centre in Bungil Street. In 1938, Colonel Sir Donald Cameron unveiled a cenotaph in the town's Queen's Park the end of the avenue of bottle trees. It too honours the WWI fatalities. It has since added the names of 39 men who died in WWII. Behind it stand nine pine trees, said to have been grown from seeds collected at Lone Pine, Gallipoli.

One Ton Post, Mungindi Queensland

Mungindi, Goondiwindi Area
Free Entry
Have you ever wanted to go to Cameron's Corner to see surveyor JB Cameron's famous surveyor peg but haven't quite made it? Then you need not go any further as Mungindi will fulfil this wish; and remarkably you can place your hands on the very peg that JB Cameron erected with his own hands over a century ago. It gets better; the One Ton Post is the original survey peg whereas Cameron Corner has sadly had to replace theirs with a cement marker. In the thick of the bush outside Mungindi, the One Ton Post stands out as a remarkable physical monument erected by surveyor JB Cameron to mark the end of the arduous three year task of surveying the straight section of the Queensland/New South Wales border, from Cameron Corner to the Barwon River. Following the completion of the survey from Barrigun to Cameron Corner, JB Cameron then set out to survey the 199.5 miles east from Barrigun to the Barwon River. The One Ton Post was placed on the west bank of the Barwon River near Mungindi to mark the end of the survey of the twenty-ninth parallel (degree of latitude) in October 1881.

Myall Park Botanic Garden

Glenmorgan, Maranoa Area
Quiet, peaceful and historic, the Myall Park Botanic Garden is home to one of Australia's oldest collections of arid and semi-arid native plants. Find them just half a day's drive west of Brisbane in the Western Downs region. Created by David Gordon A.M. in the 1940s, the story of Myall Park Botanic Garden is one of romance, vision and generosity. This natural bush garden is a perfect destination for botanists, gardeners, bird watchers, photographers, artists and bush walkers.
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