Tours in the Maranoa

​​​​​Roma Saleyards

Join a FREE guided tour of the largest cattle selling centre in Australia where local graziers teach you all about the local cattle industry and watch live as auctioneers demonstrate their fast-paced skills.

Tours commence at 8.30am every Tuesday. We recommend arriving at 8.15am.

Sales are every Tuesday however are subject to change.

​For more information, contact the Roma Visitor Information Centre on 4624 0204.


The Big Rig Oil Patch Guided Tour
Bring your Oil Patch Museum experience to life with one of our experienced “Roma Rigger” guides at 2pm each weekday (excludes Public Holidays). Hear all the crude stories and gritty details of an industry that history almost forgot.
Drill deeper into understanding the modern Australian gas and learn how the industry today works with community and local land holders.
Self-guided tours are also available from 8.30am - 4pm weekdays and 9am - 3pm on weekends.
Book online at www.bigrigroma.com.au​ or contact the Roma Visitor Information Centre on 4624 0204.


Mt Abundance Homestead

Discover Roma's first settlement on a guided tour of the heritage listed homestead and its picturesquesurrounds. Built in 1860, the homestead features Roma district's first post office and an undergroundcellar. 

Open by appointment only. Contact Helen on 0428 223 183.


BOOBOOK Ecological Tours

Go bush with BOOBOOK’s ecologists, with exclusive access to local properties, guests can see spectacular gorges, spring fed waterways, working farms with gas infrastructure, wildflowers, rare plants and native wildlife. All meals supplied.
Click here for more information.


St. Paul's Anglican Church Visitor Tours

Experience the history of St Paul’s Anglican Church, built to become ‘The Cathedral of the west!’
St Paul’s Anglican Church houses an inspiring display of over 50 stunning Leadlight and Stained Glass Windows.
Be sure to take a tour of the church for an insight into the history and story behind each window and the features of the church, including the pipe organ, with 567 working pipes!

Tours are available Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:30AM – 11:30AM (April – October, inclusive).
Click here for more information.​​


To list a new tour please email communications@maranoa.qld.gov.au.   

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