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Cathedral Cave Tour
"These amazing tropical limestone caves offer a beauty different to that of deep underground caves. Daily tours are conducted by experienced guides through large well lit caverns with beautiful decorations rare ferns and massive tree roots and occasionally small bats. The huge domed Cathedral Cave is renowned for its acoustics and is a popular wedding venue. A fun option at the end of the tour is a walk through the pioneer passage on to a swinging suspende"""This Cathedral Cave tour has something for everyone! Showcasing the most spectacular caves this walk leaves you with lasting memories of ancient geological history early explorers the wonders of wildlife and special cave acoustics. Leaving the caves through the Zig Zag passage and suspension bridge
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Town of 1770 Afternoon Cruise
"In the late afternoon light as the sun approaches the horizon signalling the end of another beautiful day the larc amphibious vehicle crosses Round Hill Creek and travels along the coastline of Eurimbula National Park allowing you to watch the sky and sea transform into pastel hues and experience the peaceful solitude and changing moods of our tropical paradise. You skipper will share the history of this fascinating area the birthplace of Queensland and points out some of the abundant wildlife that may be spotted along the way such as kangaroos
From AUD38.00
 
Town of 1770 Afternoon Cruise
"In the late afternoon light as the sun approaches the horizon signalling the end of another beautiful day the larc amphibious vehicle crosses Round Hill Creek and travels along the coastline of Eurimbula National Park allowing you to watch the sky and sea transform into pastel hues and experience the peaceful solitude and changing moods of our tropical paradise. You skipper will share the history of this fascinating area the birthplace of Queensland and points out some of the abundant wildlife that may be spotted along the way such as kangaroos
From AUD38.00

More Things to Do in Rockhampton

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Visit the Capricorn Coast

Rockhampton, on the Tropic of CapricornThree little places come to mind when I think of Rocky if you want to be near the water.Yeppoon which is the best known...Emu Park....quite a delight and Zilzie....
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Mt Archer National Park - great views

Mt Archer National Park provides magnificent views of the city, and there is a great array of native Australian flora and fauna, most natable the glossy black cockatoo. Frazer Park is at the summit of...
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Visit the Heritage Village

Rockhampton Heritage Village is an active township museum where you can experience Rockhampton's rich and colourful history. The village features the history of the Rockhampton area from 1850 -...
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Dreamtime Cultural Centre

The Dreamtime Cultural Centre is set on 12 hectares of land and there is plenty to see here.The grounds are landscaped with native plants, trees and a large waterfall. The gardens are part of the...
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Rockhampton Zoo

Rockhampton Zoo, established in 1869, is situated in the Botanic Gardens next to the Murray Lagoon but it can be visited by itself. The Zoo is home to over fifty species of native and exotic animals....
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Murray Lagoon - birdlife galore

Murray Lagoon is actually a part of the Botanic Gardens but you do not have to go into the gardens to enjoy this lagoon and the abundance of bird life here.In the early days it was the local swimming...
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Botanic Gardens

Rockhampton Botanic Gardens are regarded as one of the best provincial gardens in Australia. They have recently been heritage-listed, and are 130 years old and some specimens are 100 years old. The...
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Parks and Gardens

Rockhampton has an abundance of Parks and Gardens and they are well worth seeing. Get a brochure from the tourist info office and see which gardens you may like to visit.There are waterways, great...
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Arts, culture, concerts.

Pick up a copy of the Community Arts News from the tourist info centre or the Art Gallery or Walter Reid Cultural Centre.This is a great publication which will tell you what is on , and what is coming...
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Rainbow Fountain.

The Rainbow Fountain in Central Park is apparently one of only two rainbow fountains in the world (so the brochure says).It is actually quite a small fountain but it is pretty. During the day the...
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Riverside Walk

The Riverside walk is quite pretty and the boardwalk makes it a lovely place on a sunny afternoon - especially as you can feel lovely river breezes out of the hot sun.There are picnic areas, BBQ's and...
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Don't miss a cattle auction

The Gracemere Saleyards, about 9 kilometers from Rockhampton, handle the largest throughput of export beef cattle in Queensland. There are sales on all of the time so for a great country experience go...
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Tourist Information Centres

There are two info centres you can visit. Both have a huge amount of info about the town and surrounding areas. I was really impressed with their maps and local information brochures.The Rockhampton...
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Heritage Buildings

Rockhampton was founded in 1853, and there are many beautiful buildings in the town. This historical architecture has captured the hearts of visitors for decades. Quay Street which runs along the...
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Top Hotels in Rockhampton

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Corner Denham & Bolsover Street, Rockhampton, Queensland, 4700, Australia
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112 Gladstone Road (Bruce Highway), Rockhampton, Queensland, 4700, Australia
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131 George Street, Rockhampton, Queensland, 4700, Australia
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353 Yaamba Road North, Rockhampton, 4701, Australia
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91 East Street, Rockhampton, 4700, Australia
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Farnborough Road, Yeppoon, Rockhampton, Queensland, 4703, Australia
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"BEEF CAPITAL OF AUSTRALIA"
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"The city of Sin, Sweat, and Sorrow"
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"Rockhampton: Beef Capital of Australia"
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"Visiting Friends in Rocky"
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"Dinner Time"
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