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Zamia Motel

27 Charles Street, Springsure QLD 4722

Located in a quiet area of the picturesque little town of Springsure. Featuring 11 fully self contained air conditioned rooms each with a shady garden. Rooms include: refrigerator, telephone, television, tea and coffee making facilities, linen, ensuite. Motel facilities include: guest laundry, room service, BBQ area, cafe/coffee shop, ironing facilities.

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Dooleys Springsure Tavern and Motel

85 Eclipse St, Springsure QLD 4722

ooleys Motel and Tavern is located in the main street of Springsure, home to the Virgin Rock and on the western limb of the Bowen Basin. Within close proximity to many coal mines and gas projects, Emerald’s airport is an easy 30 minute drive north of Springsure.

The motel features 68 executive rooms designed for comfort and are very spacious with a mix of standard corporate, twin share and disabled rooms available. We cater for all your needs by offering meals 7 days a week, and of course, daily service of your room. So you can relax and enjoy your stay, especially during the hot summer months.

Queen's Arms Hotel

Cnr Quarry & Charles Sts, Springsure QLD 4722
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Dooleys Tavern and Motel Springsure

85 Eclipse Street, Springsure QLD 4722
Dooleys Springsure Tavern and Motel is located in the main street of Springsure, home to the Virgin Rock and is approximately 60 kilometres south of Emerald in the Central Highlands. The ideal place to relax and unwind, Dooley's Tavern Springsure is fully air-conditioned and full of atmosphere. A piece of Ireland in the heart of Central Queensland. Dooley's boasts 68 executive rooms, complete with WiFi internet access, Austar, air-conditioning, flat screen televisions, easy access parking, standard, twin, family or disabled rooms with queen or single pillow top mattresses. Dooley's Springsure is an ideal venue for birthday celebrations', engagement parties, anniversaries, seasonal events, conferences, meetings and other special occasions. Renowned for its family friendly hospitality, Dooley's 'Award Winning' Springsure Tavern' has something for everybody. From a hearty breakfast, lunch and dinner options offered seven days a week, meal packages for groups and take away orders are available. You will find the tavern has an extensive selection of refreshing drinks, including the choice of nine ice cold beers on tap. The bottle shop is also stocked with a wide range of beers, wines and spirits for you to choose from....

Virgin Rock

Gregory Highway, Springsure QLD 4722
Virgin Rock, which is situated four kilometres from Springsure is on the eastern side of Mount Zamia and has a naturally formed likeness to the Virgin Mary and Child. The spectacular cliffs are floodlit at night and can be viewed from the Lions Park. The formation is amazing and a must see when travelling to Carnarvon Gorge....

Old Rainworth Fort

Old Rainworth Road, Springsure QLD 4722
Old Rainworth Fort, just south of Springsure, was built in 1862 as protection against aboriginal attack. The fort was fireproof and very nearly impregnable, being constructed of basalt blocks and corrugated iron. Take time to walk through the Cairdbeign Homestead and School, which houses relics from the period. Half the attraction is the Fort's caretakers - 87 year old Colleen McLaughlin and her 84 year old sister Lorna Smith. The two ladies have managed Rainworth Fort since 1980....

Ka Ka Mundi, Carnarvon National Park

via, Springsure QLD 4722
Ka Ka Mundi, Carnarvon National Park, has more than 30 kilometres of sandstone escarpments and plateaus, dry rainforest surrounding clear springs and brigalow scrubs on clay soil. Aboriginal people have close ties to the area. Ka Ka Mundi suits wilderness seekers. Self-sufficient visitors can bush-camp near Bunbuncundoo Springs, however there are no visitor facilities. Experienced walkers with compass and map will enjoy exploring. The park is best to visit in cooler months, though mornings can be frosty....

Minerva Hills National Park

Dendle's Drive, Springsure QLD 4722
A relatively small National Park near Springsure in Central Queensland, Minerva Hills is dominated by Mount Boorambool, rising 600 metres above sea level, and the larger cliff fringed Mount Zamia (560 metres), which offer panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. Named after the Minerva Hills Volcanics, these mountains are some of the oldest in a line of volcanoes across the eastern Australian continent - dating back some 20 million years. The rich variety of plants provide habitat for much wildlife. Look for eastern grey kangaroos, wallaroos and several different wallabies throughout the park. Spotlighting at night may reward with a sighting of the elusive sugar-glider or the larger greater-glider. The park is also home to the locally rare fawn-footed melomies and the little known pebble-mound mouse. Fred Gorge picnic area has wood barbecues, toilets, limited drinking water and shelter sheds. Picnic tables are provided at the Springsure and Eclipse lookouts. Camping is not permitted....

Springsure

Springsure, Springsure QLD 4722
Situated in a delightful valley with spectacular Mount Zamia and Virgin Rock overlooking the town, Springsure is located 66 kilometres south of Emerald on the Gregory Highway section of the Great Inland Way. If you hadn't already guessed, the town was given its name thanks to the springs located in the creek and gullies at the time of settlement. There are a number of historical sites in this town including the Staircase Range Cutting, built by Chinese immigrants in 1905 to pay tribute to the many early wagon teams that stopped in Springsure overnight on their way from Rockhampton to the Gulf and Barcoo country. Just south of the town you'll find Old Rainworth Fort, built in 1862 as a way of defending settlers against aboriginal attack. To learn more about the history of the town, head to Cairdbeign Homestead and School where relics from the past are on display for visitors. There's also the chance to go fossicking for opalised wood and labradorite in the fields around Springsure....