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Burdekin Visitor Information Centres

We have two Visitor Information Centres and over 60 friendly volunteers to help you make the more of your time in Burdekin. Conveniently located near the Comfort Stop at 12 Railway Avenue, Home Hill and the recently upgraded Plantation Park, we look forward to providing you with all of the information you need throughout your stay!

  • Burdekin Gateway Visitor Information Centre

    12 Railway Ave, Home Hill

    The former Home Hill Railway Station was completed around 1916, replacing the wood and canvas tent structure that had served as a temporary station for three years. The Burdekin Shire Council renovated the building in 2006 and the Burdekin Gateway Visitor Information Centre opened for business there on 8th January 2007. The centre displays an extensive colleciton of photography and historical items related to the construction of the Silver Link bridge as well as other aspects of Burdekin history.

    Old Home Hill Railway Station

    • 12 Railway Ave, Home Hill 4806
    • 07 4782 8241

    Opening Hours

    Mon - Sun
    9:00am - 4:00pm
    Open 7 days
  • Burdekin Visitor Information Centre

    Bruce Highway, Ayr

    The newly redeveloped information centre is situated in the lush, leafy surrounds of Plantation Park. The design of the new centre invites visitors to enjoy the Burdekin's natural surroundings with a large covered deck connected to the main building. In addition to offering a wealth of local information, there are plenty of areas to relax, have a picnic and only a short walk to the nearby Plantation Nature Play. RV and caravan parking available and amenities for day use.

    Plantation Park

    • Bruce Highway, Ayr 4807
    • 07 4783 5988

    Opening Hours

    Mon - Sun
    9:00am - 4:00pm
    Open 7 days

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