• Capricorn Caves

    30 Olsens Caves Road, The Caves QLD, Australia .

    Capricorn Caves are located 23 kilometres north of Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia. The limestone caves are one of the largest privately owned cave systems in Australia. 

  • Kershaw Gardens

    Moores Creek Road, Norman Gardens QLD, Australia .

    Serene parklands, stunning waterfalls, walking paths and beautiful greenery. For the young and the young at heart there are swings, play equipment, a monorail and artificial waterways.

  • Rockhampton Zoo

    100 Spencer Street, The Range QLD, Australia .

    Rockhampton Zoo is home to more than 60 species of Australian and exotic animals.

  • The Pilbeam Theatre

    Victoria Parade &, Cambridge St, Rockhampton QLD 4700, Australia .

    Musicals and comedy, plus bands and conferences, in a large community-operated arts complex.

  • Department of Health Queensland

    8 Canning St, The Range QLD 4700, Australia .

    Queensland Health is a department of the Government of Queensland which operates and administers the state's public health system. The Minister for Health and Ambulance Services Hon Dr Steven Miles is responsible for the department, which consists of the Department of Health and 16 Hospital and Health Services.

  • Rockhampton Showgrounds

    New Exhibition Rd, Wandal QLD 4700, Australia .

    The Rockhampton Showgrounds is a multipurpose recreational venue in Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia. It is situated in the suburb of Wandal.

  • Mt Archer National Park

    Mount Archer National Park, Pilbeam Dr, Mount Archer QLD, Australia .

    Mount Archer National Park is a national park in Central Queensland, Australia, 522 kilometres northwest of Brisbane. It makes up the backdrop to the city of Rockhampton which marks the start of Tropical Queensland.

    Explore Rockhampton from above with views spanning across the region. Bush walk, ride your bike or drive up the mountain to enjoy the serene landscapes and take a walk along the Nurim Circuit Elevated Boardwalk.

  • Rockhampton Heritage Village

    296 Boundary Road, Parkhurst QLD, Australia .

    Step back in time at this friendly township museum which showcases the rich, colourful history of the Rockhampton district 1850 - 1950. 

  • Rockhampton CBD & Heritage Walk

    Quay Street, Rockhampton QLD, Australia .

    Rockhampton is full of elegant buildings stemming from its rich merchant, maritime and gold-rush heritage, with much of the strip being heritage listed.

  • Rockhampton Botanic Gardens

    100 Spencer Street, The Range Rockhampton, QLD, Australia .

    Enjoy the best tropical climate Queensland has to offer by exploring the delights of the botanic and Japanese gardens.

  • Archer Park Rail Museum

    51 Denison Street, Rockhampton QLD, Australia .

    Featuring a restored Purrey Steam Tram, one of nine tramcars that operated in the Rockhampton in the early 20th century and the last of its kind in operation.