Challenges of Isolation
We aim to impress upon the visitor the challenges of isolation and transportation by telling stories of Cobb and Co, the Great Northern Railway and School of the Air.
Queensland Police Jail House
The old Queensland Police Jail cells from Julia Creek have been recycled and used onsite to house our auditorium "Reflections at the Creek"
Camp Hosting at the Julia Creek RV Friendly Site offers volunteers an iconic experience in Outback Queensland. It is a great opportunity to meet fellow travellers and to become an integral part of the Julia Creek community. For more information, click here. Or contact Katrina on (07) 4746 7690 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Have you ever met a dunnart? Come and check out the dunnarts at the Julia Creek Visitor Information Centre... so you can say "Been there, dunnart!" The dunnarts are fed daily at 10am and 3pm during peak tourist season (April to September) and on weekdays (October to March).
The Julia Creek dunnart (Sminthopsis douglasi) is endangered. We are doing our part to minimise the threat we pose to these cute little marsupials to re-establish their numbers. For more information on the Julia Creek dunnart go to www.juliacreekdunnart.com.au
For more information, you can download an electronic copy of our McKinlay Shire/Julia Creek brochure here.
Or you can telephone us on (07) 4746 7690 or email email@example.com
Make sure you like the 'At the Creek' Julia Creek Visitor Information Centre Facebook page, to find out about upcoming events, road conditions, local photos and more!!