Visitor Centres

People choose to live in this warm and friendly district for the lifestyle and opportunities offered.

Crows Nest Museum & HIstorical Village Information Centre

46 Thallon St Crows Nest Qld Map.

The Information Centre is housed in a Queensland Rail Grain Shed, which has been relocated to the front of the museum and renovated for its new role.

Services

With a wealth of local knowledge, the team can give you first-hand tips for exploring the museum and the Crows Nest District.

Facilities 

  • Accommodation & touring information
  • Car, coach and caravan parking
  • Public toilets

The Centre is suitable for guests who depend on the use of a wheelchair; and is a convenient stop for travellers on a long journey.

 

The Hampton Visitor Information Centre

The Hampton Visitor Information Centre is an accredited visitor centreand is part of a network of over 120 accredited centres in Australia. 

It is housed in Reushle Cottage, a building which is over 112 years old.  The cottage was donated by the Reushle family who immigrated to Australia in 1888 and settled in the Ravensbourne area in 1894.

 The family occupied the home and land until Christian Reushle’s death in 1986.  He had lived in the home without electricity or running water until this time.

With a wealth of local knowledge, the visitor services team can give you first-hand tips for exploring the High Country Hamlets region including Hampton, Crows Nest, Ravensbourne and Highfields as well as further afield areas like Toowoomba and beyond. Drop in and speak to a local for maps, brochures, locally-produced food, souvenirs, friendly country hospitality and tourist information.

  •  Accommodation & touring information (local and Toowoomba region as well as other Queensland destinations)
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Car, coach and caravan parking
  • Public toilets incl disabled facilities
  • Picnic area & playground
  • Overnight rest area (20 hours max)

 The Centre is suitable for guests who depend on the use of a wheelchair; and is a convenient stop for travellers on a long journey.

 High Country Hamlets visitor information is available on www.highcountryhamlets.com.au and Toowoomba region visitor information is available on www.visittoowoombaregion.com.au

 

 

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Crows Nest Progress, Recreation and Tourism Association Inc (CNPRTA) is an incorporated body registered with the Department of Justice. CNPRTA trades under the name Progress Crows Nest.

Our aim is to support the local community and to promote tourism in the Crows Nest District.

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