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Injune Motel

60 Hutton Street, Injune QLD 4454

The motel has 26 units featuring 10 luxury units purchased from the Olympic village in Sydney. These units have been extensively refurbished and are fully self-contained. The units have all the "mod-cons" and are in a very quiet location.

Breakfast is available at the motel with lunch and dinner available at the Injune Hotel and the Injune Roadhouse, both a short stroll from the motel. Our motel is fully licensed.

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Arcadia Valley Escape

Arcadia Valley Road, Sunnyholt, Injune QLD 4454

The Arcadia Valley is a tranquil Outback oasis. Fortified by towering ranges it is the perfect place to escape the pressures of everyday life!

Situated between Injune and Rolleston with popular attractions including Carnarvon Gorge National Park, Lake Nuga Nuga and the Valley look-out all within easy driving distance. Arcadia Valley Escape offers you a real taste of Queensland's natural beauty.

Enjoy the privacy of your own Queenslander home. Feel free to be as laid back or active as you wish with heaps of on-farm activities to see and do.

New Royal Hotel Motel

63 Burrowes, Injune QLD 4454
On the banks of the much loved Balonne River, you'll find the New Royal Hotel Motel in Surat. You are welcome to stay a night or more at the hotel and why not enjoy a meal at our restaurant. For more information visit The New Royal Hotel Motels Website or check out our Facebook page: Website: http://www.newroyalhotelsurat.com.au/ Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Surat-New-Royal-714119955291740/

Injune Motel

60 Hutton, Injune QLD 4454
Injune is base camp for your Carnarvon experience, so plan ahead and choose to stay at Injune Motel, where you'll be surprised by the 10 luxury units. The luxury units are straight from the Olympic Village in Sydney. The units have been extensively refurbished and are fully self-contained. You'll enjoy all the modern conveniences you can expect on a touring holiday, with the bonus of staying in a quiet location. Injune Motel can cater for all room configurations, from single rooms, to double rooms, rooms with queen size beds, family rooms and self-contained units. The motel is fully licensed, with meals available from the Roadhouse or Hotel. The Injune Bowls Club is just across the street, as is the swimming pool and tennis courts. The units at Injune Motel have all the appointments of most urban motels, but with friendly country hospitality at no extra charge.

New Royal Hotel Motel

63 Burrowes, Injune QLD 4454
On the banks of the much loved Balonne River, you'll find the New Royal Hotel Motel in Surat. You are welcome to stay a night or more at the hotel and why not enjoy a meal at our restaurant. For more information visit The New Royal Hotel Motels Website or check out our Facebook page: Website: http://www.newroyalhotelsurat.com.au/ Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Surat-New-Royal-714119955291740/

Characters Of Injune

32 Hutton Street, Injune QLD 4454
Characters of Injune features nine sculptural silhouettes and accompanying historical stories of local pioneers. Commencing in 2013, the project was developed to ensure the preservation of Injune's history and to acknowledge the colourful characters who have shaped the town. Located near the footpaths each side of the main street it is an easy walk to view and read about the characters. Many characters have seating located near them. They are unique, full of personality and great story tellers - they are the 'Characters of Injune'...

Mini Museum Injune

32 Hutton Street, Injune QLD 4454
The Injune Mini Museum is a changing display of items from a bygone era. Themed exhibits are often held by volunteer groups. The Mini Museum building was relocated to the Injune Multi-Purpose Complex in 2008 when the Police Station was renovated. It holds the title of the smallest dock in Queensland....

Looking Glass, The

Mt Moffatt Section, Injune QLD 4454
The Looking Glass walking track is located within the Mt Moffatt Section of Carnarvon National Park. Sculpted sandstone outcrops, spectacular views from the highest plateau in Queensland and highly significant Aboriginal rock art sites are found in this remote section of Carnarvon National Park. This is a remote park of wild and diverse landscapes. Broad, sandy valleys of the Maranoa River are covered with open, grassy woodlands. Striking outcrops of sculpted sandstone rise above the trees. Wind has eroded a cave right through an isolated pillar of Precipice Sandstone standing by the Maranoa River, affording a 'looking glass' view. Allow one hour to complete the 1.9 kilometre Looking Glass walking track of a difficult grade. ...

Art Gallery, The

Carnarvon National Park, Injune QLD 4454
Be ready to be awed by what awaits you on this walk in Carnarvon Gorge National Park, as The Art Gallery contains some of the finest Aboriginal rock art in Australia. Just 5.6 kilometres from the trailhead, at the junction of Kamoloo Creek, a signposted access track leaves the main walking trail upstream of crossing number 10, providing a gentle climb to the escarpment base where the site is located. Boardwalks, interpretive signs and seating facilities provide optimum conditions for visitors to appreciate this diverse range of Aboriginal artwork without endangering it. This extensive gallery contains more than 600 stencils and 1300 engravings. Aboriginal rock art on the sandstone overhangs is a fragile reminder of the Aboriginal people who used the gorge for thousands of years for ceremonies and rituals....

Looking Glass, The

Mount Moffat Section, Injune QLD 4454

Injune Visitor Information Centre

32 Hutton Street, Injune QLD 4454
The Injune Visitor Information Centre is located in the centre of town in Hutton Street in Injune. Their accredited visitor information centre offers a one stop shop for travel information including maps, brochures, and itineraries. Staffed by skilled and knowledgeable locals, the Injune Visitor Information Centre can provide advice on the things to see, things to do and where to eat. Drop by for a free cuppa and discuss your travel plans with the friendly volunteers who will also help you make a booking. ...

Henricks Park

50 Hutton Street, Injune QLD 4454
Henricks Park was initiated as a community project in 2002 by the artists of Injune and District. The land was donated to the Injune Community by the Henricks Family. Gladys Henricks lived on this site from the 1930s until her passing, the dwelling was subsequently relocated to a family property. With the support of the Council and the aid of Q150 and RADF funding, 60 willing volunteers set to work to transform the vacant land into a beautiful work of art that will 'Tell the Story of Injune' for future generations and visitors. ...

The Art Gallery Walk, Carnarvon National Park

Carnarvon National Park, Injune QLD 4454
The Art Gallery track is located within Carnarvon Gorge National Park. Hidden in the rugged ranges of Queensland's central highlands, Carnarvon Gorge features towering sandstone cliffs, vibrantly coloured side gorges, diverse flora and fauna and Aboriginal rock art. The 10.8 kilometre return Art Gallery track is of a moderate grade taking four hours to complete. Over two thousand engravings, ochre stencils and freehand paintings adorn the 62metre long sandstone walls of this significant Aboriginal site. The Art Gallery contains one of the best examples of stencil art in Australia. The main gorge walking track crosses Carnarvon Creek many times as it winds the 9.7 kilometres from the visitor centre to Big Bend. Side-tracks from the main gorge track lead to a range of sites including the Art Gallery site. The track is mostly flat, although the side-tracks involve steeper sections....

Tombs Circuit, The

Mt Moffat section , Injune QLD 4454
The Tombs Circuit track is located within the Mount Moffatt section of Carnarvon National Park. This is a remote park of wild and diverse landscapes. At more than 1000 metres above sea level, the Consuelo Tableland is the highest plateau in Queensland. The Tombs Circuit track is a 5.8 kilometre circuit track leaving from the Visitor Orientation Area. It can also be walked as a 4.2 kilometre return track. More than 400 stencilled motifs (images) decorate the walls of a sandstone shelter below the bluff of sandstone known as The Tombs. The Tombs once contained burial chambers for local Aboriginal people. Skeletons were wrapped and bound in bark burial cylinders. Allow three hours to complete this walk of a difficult grade. When visiting rock art at The Tombs, please remember that the art is very fragile and can be permanently damaged by touching-even accidentally. Dust kicked up by visitors can also damage the art, as fine dust particles stick to the rock surface, covering the stencils. Please enjoy a close look at the rock art while remaining on the boardwalks, which have been built to prevent damage to the rock art....