Kilburnie Homestead

Callide, Banana Area

Built in 1883 by the Campbell family, Kilburnie Homestead is the birthplace of local artist Ruby Campbell. Nowadays, Kilburnie Homestead is an operational cattle station with added history, art and music displays and open days…..and perhaps a ghost or two!! Make sure you get along to one of their open days for a taste of what’s on offer. It truly is an amazing experience.

Their art exhibitions at the property change every two months.
The remainder of 2017 they will host the following exhibitions;
June/July – The Subtle Landscape (Watercolours of Ruby Campbell)
August – Thankyou Shanna (Silverwork by Shanna Muston)

Facilities

  • Car park
531 Argoon Kilburnie Road
Callide, Banana Area
Queensland
Australia

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