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The Flame Char

Rockhampton, Rockhampton Area

Price Range * Dinner from $20 - $30 (AUD)

Located in Richmond, a city on the lovely Fitzroy River, The Flame Char steakhouse can cater to all your meat-loving needs. A friendly family restaurant in the Cambridge Motel serves a Modern Australian menu with the star being Acton super beef, as well as dishes like tender lamb rack in red and two tone zesty jus, or for something lighter, perhaps pan grilled barramundi baked with garlic lemon and orange zest butter.

Licensing

Fully Licensed (no BYO)

Price Range

Mains $20 - $30 (AUD)

Service Times

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Corner of Cambridge Street and Bolsover Street
Rockhampton, Rockhampton Area
Queensland
Australia

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Myella Farm Stay Tours

Multiple Locations
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From AU$70 - 1444
Come and live the real outback life. Myella is a working cattle farm situated 1.5 hours from Rockhampton. Start your outback adventure at Myella Farm Stay with horse riding, motorbike lessons, cow milking, whip cracking, lasso, feed cows, horses and chickens. See the wild kangaroos, go on a bush walk or just take in the breath taking country scenery. Accommodation and Meals are also available at Myella Farm Stay.

Mount Hay Gemstone Tourist Park

Wycarbah, Rockhampton Area
From AU$25 - 35
Mount Hay Gemstone Tourist Park, 36 kilometres west of Rockhampton on the Capricorn Highway is an internationally known destination for thunderegg fossicking. Thundereggs or 'volcanic birthstones' are crystalline formations that occur when gas bubbles in molten lava solidify on cooling. Mount Hay Gemstone Tourist Park is also a well-known destination for the purchase of semi-precious Australian gemstone products, cut and polished in the Mount Hay factory. Mount Hay Gemstone Tourist Park is also the home of 'Aradon Fine Pewter', where a large range of Australiana gift lines and souvenirs are produced and marketed nationally. Visitors to the park have a choice of browsing the gift shop, going fossicking (tools and assistance provided), or taking a guided tour of the fossicking area and the gemstone cutting and pewter casting factories. Admission to the park is free (includes picnic area and barbecues), and there are camping and caravan sites as well as a kiosk. Fees apply to fossicking and tours and enclosed footwear is required.
From AU$22 - 27
Discover Historic Mount Morgan and heritage gold mine, Central Queensland. Take a fascinating journey in time into Australia's rich gold mining heritage and historic past. Short two hour guided tours with set down points chosen for your best experience, presented by their professional guides, will leave you mystified to the importance this mine played in the development of a young nation. View the present and discover the past with TMC Tours guided bus tour of the town and heritage gold mine plus all the Queensland Government rehabilitation and acid mine drainage and Dee River management projects. Traverse through the old township, with stop-offs at the suspension bridge and town lookout. Continue along the banks of the Dee River, then onto the mine site and through the old mine buildings,workings and up to the Open Cut viewing area. See the towns historic sites, including swinging bridges, pubs,old churches and heritage listed buildings. View the the wonderful world of Michael Durrant's fossil displays in the old mine General Office, includes casts of the early Jurassic dinosaur footprints uncovered in the mine's fireclay caverns dug out by the early miners 100 years ago. An exciting journey not to be missed!

Mount Archer National Park

Rockhampton, Rockhampton Area
Free Entry
With a height of 604 metres, Mt Archer dominates Mt Archer National Park and provides a dramatic backdrop to Rockhampton. The park protects a range of plants and animals, including plant species with restricted distributions, also the glossy black-cockatoo. Named in honour of the Archer brothers who explored the Fitzroy area, it is part of the Darumbal Aboriginal people’s traditional country. From Mount Archer. view spectacular sunsets. Stroll around the plateau for views across the city and the Capricorn Coast. Walk 11 kilometres from the summit to German Street. Enjoy a picnic in Fraser Park, which is managed by Rockhampton City Council.

Gardens Tearooms

Rockhampton, Rockhampton Area
The Gardens Tearooms offers a unique outdoor dining experience whether for your next function or daily for breakfast, lunch, quality coffee or choose from over 50 different ice-cream flavours. You will be sure to enjoy dining in the great outdoors under the large aerial roots and massive spreading branches of the 140 year old Banyan Fig Trees. The amazing location within the historical Rockhampton Botanical Gardens means we have much more to offer than just great food and coffee, so come and join us and Sit.......Relax......Enjoy.

Mount Morgan Historical Museum

Baree, Rockhampton Area
From AU$5 - 5
The Mount Morgan Historical Museum houses a unique collection of early mining equipment from the famous Mount Morgan Gold Mine. There's also many household objects used during the town's heyday, dating back to the late nineteenth century. The Mount Morgan Gold Mine was one of the world's richest gold mines and made a significant contribution to both Queensland's and Australia's economy. The museum also contains over 600 historic photographs that depict the development of the mine and the town. The photographs illustrate not only the lives of the miners at work but also the social, religious, cultural and educational aspects of the community. There is much to see and experience in this fascinating museum.

Mount Scoria Conservation Park

Thangool, Banana Area
Free Entry
Rising 150 metres above cultivated plains, Mount Scoria is a striking landmark near Biloela in the Banana Shire. Formed by volcanic activity 20 to 26 million years ago, this volcanic plug features many-sided basalt columns. Known as the 'Musical Mountain', Mount Scoria is one of only three prehistoric rock formations in the world which were originally the core of a volcano. When the basalt columns are struck (carefully) by another rock, musical notes ring out over the plain. Hence the term, Musical Mountain. Take the short cultural track to view the mountain and learn about its significance to the Gangulu people. Have a picnic, go birdwatching or barbecue at the picnic area.

Gracemere Exhibition Complex

Gracemere, Rockhampton Area
Free Entry
The Gracemere Saleyards, located eight kilometres west of Rockhampton, began operations in 1953.The saleyards hosts the world's largest stud sale (Brahman Week) and Australia's biggest horse sale (National Quarter Horse Sale). Extensive upgrading of facilities totalling AUD7.5 million began in 2003, ensuring that the saleyards remain one of Central Queensland's foremost attractions. Visitors can expect an inside view of livestock sales in the comfort of the upgraded selling ring, comfortably sitting up to 1,000 people. Stud sales are conducted primarily in the spring, September through to November, and many Australian and Australasian records are held both in relation to prices and the number of stock sold. The current highest price paid for a beast is AUD80,000 for a Brahman bull.

Mount Morgan Railway Museum

Mount Morgan, Rockhampton Area
From AU$6.5 - 6.5
The Mount Morgan Railway Museum is a 'must do' on the Mount Morgan Golden List of things to do and see. Step back in time and experience how life and travel used to be. Through audio-visual displays and 3D presentation, experience travel of the past and feel what it was like aboard the old 'rack' system, hauling trains up the steep inclines of the Razorback in the 1800s. Get a sense of the history of rail in Queensland and even see the railway equipment at the former station including a steam train and other rolling stock, goods shed and water tank for steam engines. All aboard! Ride on their Fettler's Trolley or see the 3D screening of the history of the Rack railway in one of the historic carriages. Please contact them for times and details. The Mount Morgan Rail Museum is a pleasant 38 kilometres from Rockhampton so come and experience the history!

Rockhampton Art Gallery

Rockhampton, Rockhampton Area
Free Entry
Rockhampton Art Gallery was established in 1967 and houses a group of mid-twentieth century paintings and works on paper that is arguably the finest in regional Queensland, and one of the most significant in regional Australia. Artists include Charles Blackman, Arthur Boyd, Sidney Nolan, Russell Drysdale, John Brack, Fred Williams, Grace Cossington Smith and Jeffrey Smart. The Gallery manages two art awards: the Gold Award, an acquisitive art prize worth AUD50,000 for contemporary Australian paintings; and the Bayton Award, a non-acquisitive prize worth AUD5,000 for Central Queensland residents. Through these Awards, the Gallery has re-energised its collection of paintings to now include works by contemporary artists Michael Zavros, Sally Gabori, Victoria Reichelt and Ben Quilty. The Gallery offers an innovated exhibition program, with displays drawn from the Gallery's collection, and through hosting touring exhibitions from international, national, state, regional and university galleries. A diverse range of education and public programs are offered to visitors of all ages, from toddlers through to lifelong learners. The Gallery has a gift shop, and is supported by Rockhampton Regional Council; Rockhampton Art Gallery Trust and; Friends of Rockhampton Art Gallery.
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