Between the Bougainvilleas Heritage Trail

Barcaldine, Barcaldine Area

Between the Bougainvilleas is an award winning heritage trail, which showcases some of Barcaldine’s varied and colourful history.

Maroon signs featuring a windmill logo have been placed at significant historical sites around Barcaldine. Each sign gives you a brief history of the site and a photo of what originally stood at that site.

The Between the Bougainvillea Heritage Booklet is available from the Visitor Information Centre. You can then either drive or walk the heritage trial at your leisure.

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Barcaldine, Barcaldine Area
Queensland
Australia

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