Hughenden Attractions

Fibreglass replica of a Muttaburrasaurus Dinosaur

Located in the middle of Stansfield Street, Hughenden - pronounced mutt-ah-buhr-ah-sawr-us, the name means ‘Muttaburra Lizard’. The Muttaburrasaurus was first [...]

Fibreglass replica of a Muttaburrasaurus Dinosaur2020-09-18T05:56:22+00:00

Historic Coolabah Tree and Surveyor’s Peg

The Historical Coolabah Tree is situated past the causeway on the right as you head to the Hughenden Showground. It [...]

Historic Coolabah Tree and Surveyor’s Peg2020-09-18T05:56:37+00:00

Mount Walker

Mount Walker is approximately 8km south of Hughenden and boasts six spectacular lookouts scanning the district over 360o and stands [...]

Mount Walker2020-09-18T05:59:45+00:00

Federation Rotunda

The Federation Rotunda dominates the streetscape of Brodie Street. This Rotunda is made from two 20' windmills brought into Hughenden [...]

Federation Rotunda2020-09-18T05:57:02+00:00

Eco Walk on Flinders

Enjoy a walk along the diverse bioregions of the Flinders Shire at the Eco Walk on Flinders. These eco-systems have [...]

Eco Walk on Flinders2020-09-18T05:57:37+00:00

White Mountains National Park

White Mountains National Park is characterised by white sandstone formations and complex gorge systems and covers 108,000ha of rugged terrain. [...]

White Mountains National Park2020-09-18T05:58:51+00:00

Porcupine Gorge National Park

Known as Australia’s “Little Grand Canyon” with its cool, clear, flowing creek, towering cliffs of vibrantly coloured sandstone and comparatively [...]

Porcupine Gorge National Park2020-09-18T05:59:00+00:00

Flinders Discovery Centre and Museum

This huge display area houses an amazing exhibition of dinosaur fossils from around the world, as well as an extensive [...]

Flinders Discovery Centre and Museum2020-09-18T05:59:14+00:00
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