Edward & Myall Streets, Dalby QLD 4405
The Crossing Monument
A monument commemorates the first settlement of the area.
Known as "The Crossing " it pays tribute to Henry Dennis and other pioneers, teamsters and settlers. It was here that a camp was established on what would eventually become the township of Dalby by Henry Dennis, who was seeking out land on behalf of his wealthy employer Charles Coxen.
Pratten Street, Dalby QLD, Australia
Thomas Jack Park
Plenty of shade at this park with excellent gardens and plants to wander around. A bike path/ walking track goes around and through the park. There are plenty of swings, one being a disabilities swing for wheelchair bound kids. There is a wooden train for imaginative play, a wooden fort and slide area, and another playground with flying fox, ladders, fireman pole, slides and rope ladders.
17 Black Street, Dalby QLD 4405
Pioneer Park Museum
Features an exhibition including domestic and agricultural relics, a blacksmith’s shop, a large machinery shed, a watch house from the Dalby Police Station, Buchanan Cottage, comprehensive rock and fossil collection, firearms display and early school house. It also has on display a letter from Ned Kelly’s mother to her errant son while in jail.
86 Jimbour Station Road, Jimbour East QLD, Australia
Located 29 kilometres north-west of Dalby, this house featured in the TV series “Return to Eden"; it is the setting for the biennial Queensland Music Festival’s Opera at Jimbour, a hugely-popular free event open to the public. Jimbour House is now fully restored. Visitors are welcome, for a small charge, to stroll around the magnificent gardens and admire the exterior of this stone colonial mansion.
Lake Broadwater Road, Dalby QLD, Australia
Lake Broadwater Conservation Park
The largest conservation park in the Golden West region featuring a number of water sports and a range of opportunities for bird and kangaroo watching; visitors are sure to see wild kangaroos frolicking at sunset.