Injune & Surrounds

​​​​​Population: 415
Average Maximum Temperature: 33.6°C
Average Minimum Temperature: 3.2°C
Did you know?: Some believe the name Injune originated from Ludwig Leichhardt, who may have travelled through the area in June. Others say it originates from the Aboriginal word Ingon, meaning flying squirrel or sugar glider. Be sure to ask the friendly staff and volunteers at the Injune Visitor Information Centre about other stories surrounding the town's name.

Injune is the perfect base for your Carnarvon experience. Nestled in the quiet bushlands 89 kms north of Roma, Injune is a thriving community perfectly positioned to enable access to flora, fauna, spectacular views, awe inspiring natural landscapes and rare indigenous palms.

Injune offers a convenient base for those seeking to explore the great outdoors. It is surrounded by some of Queensland’s best natural experiences including Mt Moffatt, Lake Nuga Nuga, Carnarvon Gorge, Lonesome Lookout and the Beilba section of Expedition National Park. The town offers a convenient base for those seeking to explore the great outdoors.

Injune is rich in both Aboriginal and pioneering cultural heritage. Immerse yourself in the aura of Dreamtime mystery which surrounds the Aboriginal rock art which adorn rock formations throughout the area.

Behind the facade of a quiet little country town lies a strong community. The ‘fair dinkum’ characters of Injune are untouched by the bustle of modern life and have been immortalised as metal silhouettes throughout the town. Many talented artists live in and around Injune, inspired by the landscape they choose to call home. Examples of their fine work and creativity can be found in places such as the Injune Creek Gallery and the wonderful landscape art of Henricks park. ​