The most convenient and comfortable way to travel from Brisbane to Charleville is via bus. Take in the spectacular landscapes without having to concentrate on the road, meet other travellers and have a chat with a local.
Get up close and personal with Australia’s iconic bilbies, with the Charleville Bilby Experience and Show. Donate to saving one of the nation’s icons whilst getting the chance to stroke their soft hair. The WWII Secret Base gives you a glimpse into what it was like for stationed US Army Air Force personnel back in 1943, as well as Secret Tours being available.
The Charleville Cosmos Centre & Observatory is a great place to relish in the awe and beauty of the outback’s remarkable night sky. See the Milky Way Galaxy, stars, planets and the Moon from their Meade telescopes from one of the world’s greatest sky viewing platforms. You can also use their special solar scope to view solar flares in the daytime.
If you are a nature lover, Charleville features its own Outback Native Timber Walk at Graham Andrew Parklands, featuring an array of local native trees surrounding a pond where birds congregate. The parklands feature the popular Vortex Rainmaking Guns, a working windmill, as well as boasting numerous ideal picnic and BBQ spots.
Visit Charleville’s Historic House Museum and see displays of a by-gone era. Dating back to 1887, learn all about the Cobb & Co Coaches and the impact they had in the town. With so many things to do in Charleville, this town is definitely not a place to be missed on your next outback trip!
As you are travelling from Brisbane to Charleville, you will enjoy all the comforts that come standard on our buses, including reclining leather seats, air conditioning, in-seat USB chargers and panoramic windows!
A Bus QLD Outback bus is the ultimate way to travel from Brisbane to Charleville. Book your ticket now!
Bus Queensland runs services between Brisbane to Charleville 7 days a week 365 days a year. For timetable details see below.
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Charleville’s Cosmos Centre and Observatory is committed to providing visitors with a spectacular experience, delighting in the wonder of the outback’s night sky. The travel guides at the Cosmos Centre share their expertise and help you observe binary stars, galaxies, star clusters, planets, as well as the Sun and Moon, with specialist telescopes.
The Dalby War Memorial honours those who served in World War One, World War Two, and the Korean War and were killed in action.
Dogwood Crossing in Miles is a hive of creativity and community, serving as a thriving cultural hub for both local and touring exhibits. The much-loved Dogwood Crossing in Miles, QLD, is a location for locals to learn about art and experiment with new media. It’s an architectural marvel that’s jam-packed with information about the region’s history, art, and stories for tourists. Dogwood Crossing is a one-of-a-kind outback art gallery and the region’s leading touring artist destination.
The Roma Saleyards is the largest livestock selling centre in Australia, with over 400,000 cattle passing through a year. Appreciate the new modern interpretive centre telling the tale of the cattle industry.
A spectacular 10 days of blossoms, flavours and also noises, the Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers takes over the Southern Queensland city of Toowoomba in the most beautiful of methods each September. The program consists of greater than 60 one-of-a-kind occasions and experiences, including award winning parks, stunning private yards, a road parade breaking with flower colour, worldwide well-known musical acts, some of the most effective food and also red wine to be located in Queensland and a multitude of cultural as well as all-natural experiences.
Update: 29th June 2021
Bus Queensland advises that all services will continue as scheduled during the 3 day lockdown starting 6pm today. The Queensland Government advises that residents in locked down areas can only leave home for one of the following reasons:
1. To buy essentials such as groceries or medications.
2. Work or study if you can’t do either from home.
3. Exercise in your local area.
4. Healthcare or to provide help, care or support.
Wear a mask when you leave home.
We ask that all passengers please keep up to date with the current requirements found at https://www.qld.gov.au/health/conditions/health-alerts/coronavirus-covid-19/current-status/public-health-directions/restrictions-impacted-areas
Update: 29th June 2021
Passengers on our Lightning Ridge services crossing between NSW/QLD borders will require a border pass. We ask that passengers please keep up to date with the current border crossing requirements found at https://www.qld.gov.au/border-pass
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Please do not travel if you are feeling unwell.