Ravenshoe Visitor Centre

  • September 26, 2018
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  • Author: N&J Maguire

Ravenshoe is the highest town in Queensland and is well known as the home of Australia’s widest waterfall and the steam train ‘Capella’.

The Visitor Centre has displays about the history and wildlife of the Wet Tropics world heritage area, and the adjoining Nganyaji Interpretive Centre uncovers the rich culture of the Jirrbal rainforest people.

The newest addition is the Ravenshoe Heritage Gallery, which illustrates the area’s history in photographs. It is the only visitor centre open 365 days of the year.

Contact Details

24 Moore Street, Ravenshoe
Phone (07) 4089 2243
Social Media www.facebook.com/Ravenshoe-Visitor-Centre
Website www.trc.qld.gov.au/locations/ravenshoe-visitor-centre
Email info@ravenshoevisitorcentre.com.au