The Historical Coolabah Tree is situated past the causeway on the right as you head to the Hughenden Showground. It is of immense historical importance as it is linked to two relief expeditions searching for the Burke and Wills Expedition. It is believed that both expeditions blazed the tree on the banks of what is now Station Creek. These relief expeditions led people to become aware of the fertility and wealth of the plains adjacent to the Flinders River. Truly this tree should be preserved as a memorial to the brave explorers of this land.