Charleville is the largest town in the Murweh Shire, with a population of around 3,500 it is a must do. You will need a few days to visit all the attractions and every thing there is to see and do.
See Australia’s iconic bilby’s up close and you may even get the chance to touch their soft fur. You can view the outback wonders of the night sky at the Charleville Cosmos Centre & Observatory. You can also look at the sun or enjoy the interactives in the Cosmos Shuttle. Follow a guide to find out what the Top Secret WWII Tour is all about see what remains on site and discover why the USAAF were here, all 3500 of them.
Do you love nature, Charleville hosts its own Outback Native River Walk which showcases all the local native trees around a pond where birds love to convene, Graham Andrews Parklands also holds the famous Vortex Rainmaking Guns, was Clement Wragge just crazy or was it Charleville’s fault that the experiment never worked? There’s also Historic House Museum and displays of a by-gone era. Learn all about the Cobb & Co Coaches and the impact they had in the town. Charleville is definitely not a place to be missed.