Injune Revealed

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.

What To Do

1.2km tranquil walk around the lagoon, excellent opportunity to stretch your legs, spot the wild life or enjoy a picnic.

Provide guided Carnarvon Gorge experiences that help you connect with nature on a different level in one of Queensland’s most iconic National Parks.

Trace family names from the early to mid-1900s, as you walk through the cemetery. The fence has been restored to represent its original form.

Learn about the importance of the railway to the town and see the C17 Locomotive – a must for any train buff.

Stop by to see the original site of the old rail loading facility from 1932, as you drive between Injune and Roma on the Carnarvon Highway.

Get a taste of yesteryear through a collection of relics and photographs, located in the multipurpose complex housing the gallery and library.

See the tribute dedicated to the region’s service men and women and learn the story of Injune through artworks and paintings.

Explore

CHARACTERS OF INJUNE
Wander down the street and meet local characters through a series of rustic metal statues around town.

INJUNE LAGOON WALK
Enjoy a relaxing walk along the 1.2km track a short distance from the town centre. Go early morning or late in the day to see the birdlife and marsupials that frequent the lagoon.

When you can’t decide which sights to see, why not see them all? From Australia’s largest cattle selling facility in Roma, to a 288-hectare National Park north of Injune and the historical red dirt Cobb and Co stagecoach run between Surat and Yuleba, this itinerary promises a journey of discovery across the region.
Enjoy the sights of the whole region and all five major towns with this seven-day itinerary.

• Carnarvon Ranges Carnarvon Gorge
• Mt Moffatt section of Carnarvon National Park
• Tourist Drive 8: Arcadia Valley Loop

The Dingo Barrier Fence holds the record as the worlds longest fence. You cross it a number of times when travelling through the region.

Hoothalucodinnyamungo is the longest place name in Queensland and located when you cross the Great Dividing Range between Roma and Injune. Hoothalucodinnyamungo is the Aboriginal name for this section of the range.

Where to Stay

Motels, Hotels, Caravan Parks & Cabins

Injune Motel

60 Hutton St, Injune

Visit website

07 4626 1328

Motel

Injune Haven

17 Station St, Injune

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07 4626 1667

Motel

Injune Motor Inn

12 – 16 Hutton St, Injune

Visit website

07 4626 1720

Hotel

Injune Hotel

Cnr Station St & Second Ave, Injune

07 4626 1205

Free Camping

Injune Rodeo & Cutting Grounds

Carnarvon Hwy, Injune

07 4626 0503

No amenities

Farm Stays

Arcadia Valley Escape

Arcadia Valley Rd, Injune

07 4626 7197

Farm Stays

Wallaroo Outback Retreat

252 The Basin Road Injune

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4626 3746

Cabins, Caravan Parks & Camping

Carnarvon Gorge – Sandstone Park

2858 Carnarvon Gorge Road Carnarvon Gorge

Visit website

1800 874 444

Cabins, Caravan Parks & Camping

Injune Caravan Park

2 Third Ave, Injune

0448116706

Cabins, Caravan Parks & Camping

Injune Racecourse (Possum Park)

Racecourse Rd, Injune

07 4626 0503

Cabins, Caravan Parks & Camping

Takarakka Bush Resort

Carnarvon Gorge Via Carnarvon Gorge

07 4984 4535

Where to Eat

Restaurant

Injune Roadhouse

3 Hutton Street, Injune

0746261 369

Pub

Injune Hotel

18 Station St, Injune QLD 4454, Australia

Visit website

+61 7 46261 554

Coffee Shop

Cafe on Second

Cnr Second Ave and Hutton Street, Injune Qld 4454

0746261 089

Open Weekdays 8am – 2pm

Facilities

Health Service

Injune Multi-Purpose Health Service (MPHS)

Fifth Avenue,Injune, QLD, 4454

Supermarket

Spar, Injune Supermarket

23 Hutton St, Injune QLD 4454

Pharmacy

Radiance Injune Pharmacy

8 Second Ave, Injune QLD 4454