Dirranbandi

Dirranbandi, Balonne Area

Dirranbandi is a small town situated on the Balonne Minor River with the levee bank famous for having saved the town from flooding on many occasions.

When you arrive in Dirranbandi be sure to turn north at the coloured poles to find Jack Dwyer Memorial Park, a peaceful spot to picnic or, stretch your legs along the walkways and use the exercise equipment. Whilst at the park use the boat ramp or throw in a line to land a Murray Cod or Yellowbelly. On the way there keep an eye out for the scar tree which has particular significance for their indigenous community.

Back in town explore the local shops and uncover the Centennial Walk which features a display of mosaic tiles starting at the Post Office. On a visit to the Rail and River Precinct you'll find the 1913 Parcel's Office, Goods Shed and the Stationmaster's residence which is home to the Rural Transaction Centre and FB Dirran Hub. Here you will have the opportunity to talk to a local and find out places to camp, birdwatch or get a score card and head out to the local golf course.

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Dirranbandi, Balonne Area
Queensland
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St George

St George, Balonne Area
From the moment you arrive to the time you leave, St George relaxes the senses in all the right ways. Perched on the banks of the mighty Balonne River, its just the place from which to explore the beautiful Balonne Shire.

Westmar

Westmar,
Westmar is a small town on the Moonie Highway, around 45 minutes drive west of Moonie. The Andersen brothers, owners of Western and Maranoa Transport companies, opened a fuel depot and rest stop at this location.

Thallon

Thallon, Balonne Area
Thallon was gazetted in 1911 and was named after the Commissioner of Railways, Mr JF Thallon. The town is surrounded by prime grain growing country and draws grain in from Weengallon, Nindigully, Mungindi, Dirranbandi and Thallon.

Glenmorgan

Glenmorgan, Maranoa Area
A small community with plenty of character and charm, you’ll see why Glenmorgan was the winner of the 2008 Queensland Bush Spirit Award. Car and railway buffs love this little town - Glenmorgan is a small community with lots of character!

Roma's Largest Bottle Tree

Roma, Maranoa Area
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Roma's largest bottle tree, which has the incredible girth of 9.51 metres, a height of six metres and a crown of 20 metres, was transplanted by Roma Town Council to its present location from a local property in 1927.

Roma Bush Gardens

Roma, Maranoa Area
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Encompassing the picturesque Railway Dam, this leisurely walk is a must for enthusiast of the Australian bush. The 14 hectare gardens showcase eleven vegetation communities local to the Roma region, including Brigalow, Coolibah and Mulga.

Wallumbilla

Wallumbilla, Maranoa Area
Wallumbilla is situated five hours travel from Brisbane, just east of Roma and has a population of approximately 320 residents. If you stop for freshly baked scones with jam and cream at Wallumbilla's Calico Cottage and Visitor Information Centre, you're sure to meet a local who will happily give you the rundown on what to see and do in town.

Surat

Surat, Maranoa Area
Fresh air and great fishing are two good reasons to spend some time in the picturesque little town of Surat, midway between St George and Roma on the Great Inland Way. But they're not the only things you'll find in this relaxed river town.

Muckadilla

Muckadilla, Maranoa Area
Travel some 40 kilometres west of Roma, along the Warrego Highway and discover the whistlestop town of Muckadilla, or 'Mucka' as the locals call it. Once home to the famous Muckadilla Baths, this town may lack the bustle of bigger towns, but not the hospitality.

Yuleba

Yuleba, Maranoa Area
Yuleba was settled in 1865 and was originally located on Yuleba Creek, 11 kilometres south east of its current location. In 1879, the town was moved to the railway crossing, officially known as Baltinglass.
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