Where to Go in Roma Qld

Welcome to our region!
Come, visit and let
us reveal the treasures of Roma Qld
and the surrounding region.

Welcome to the capital of our region, Roma. This town offers a cosmopolitan feel with boutique and specialty retailers, espresso bars and cafes, restaurants and pubs and all within a four-block radius. A short distance from town, you can learn about the agricultural history of the region at the largest cattle selling facility in Australia, or the towns importance to the oil and gas industry through interpretive tours at The Big Rig.

Located on the banks of the Maranoa River, 87km west of Roma, Mitchell has enough Australian history to support its own miniseries. From the infamous Kenniff Brothers capture to Major Mitchell’s expedition across the region, follow the stories of yesteryear as you travel the region.

You won’t be stuck in the pages of a history book forever, take a break and rejuvenate the mind and body with a soak in the precious minerals from the Great Artesian Basin.

Found at the base of the Carnarvon Ranges and surrounded by some of Queensland’s best National Parks, Injune is the perfect destination to start your next outdoor adventure.

Surround yourself with breathtaking natural landscapes, while learning about the pioneering heritage and rich Aboriginal Dreamtime stories of the region.

Located 60km east of Roma, enjoy the charm of a small
community town while learning about the region’s history.

Take in artwork and relive the last horse drawn coach mail service from Surat to Yuleba in 1924 with a day trip along the Cobb & Co Way.

Step back in time with a visit to the picturesque township of Surat.

On the Great Inland Way, 78km from Roma, Surat offers visitors a chance to explore its pioneering history and learn about the town’s significant involvement during the Cobb & Co era, just a stone’s throw from the banks of the Balonne River.

Experience the charm of Wallumbilla and good ol’ fashion country hospitality with a visit to Calico Cottage.

Located 40km east of Roma on the Warrego Highway, this quaint township is dedicated to sharing the area’s local heritage.

Wallumbilla’s residents will ensure you experience the country charm that makes our region so special.

Follow the bolder strewn Carnarvon Creek as it winds through the towering sandstone cliffs.

With narrow, lush side-gorge Carnarvon Gorge is an oasis in the semi-arid heart of Outback Queensland..