A little south-east of Brigalow on the Condamine Highway you’ll find the quiet town of Kogan. On the way you can’t miss Kogan Creek Power Station, Australia’s most modern and environmentally friendly. Stop at the viewing area to read about the important stages of converting coal to electricity and the enormity of the project.
The Hugh Sawrey walkway commemorates the memory of this onetime Kogan resident and famous bush artist with a metal sculpture by local artist Dion Cross. You’ll also find artist Bodo Muche’s life-size bronze “Bush Friendship” sculpture featuring Sawrey playing cards with his best mate, former Kogan publican Nelson “Darkie” Dwyer.
The Tara-Kogan Road is a picturesque drive taking you past historic places like Honey Road and the 226 Mile. You'll find the Native Bird Aviary near the Hard Country Native Nursery.