The Ted Elliott Mineral Collection
A collection of gems, minerals and crystals showcased through nine themed rooms. Over 4,500 specimens including fossils, jewellery, local and abroad minerals, local history and mining memorabilia. This private collection is the most comprehensive in Australia gathered together by one man over a lifetime of work and passion.
A must-see collection of the most stunning and awe-inspiring pieces that would ever catch your eye with an emphasis on locally found agate and crystals! This remarkable display is located in the Georgetown Visitor Centre along the Savannah Way from Cairns to Karumba.
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The Gulf Country Frontier Days Festival
The authentic Outback Australian experience, bringing together National and International musicians, Indigenous and First Nation’s performers and Australia’s best cowboys in the heart of Queensland’s Gulf Country.View event
Karumba Barra & Blues FestivalView event
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Citizens of the Great Barrier Reef
“The actions of people across the planet will define the future of the Great Barrier Reef.”
Andy Ridley – Founder Earth Hour & CEO Citizens of the Great Barrier Reef
We all have a responsibility to protect our natural heritage. The threats to the Great Barrier Reef are real and immediate, but if we respond now with action not apathy, there is hope.
We’re mobilising a global network of Citizens, committed to taking action for the Reef and the planet. Our message to the world is that the Reef is still beautiful, inspiring and most importantly, worth fighting for.
Help us build a new social movement and become a Citizen of the Great Barrier Reef. By claiming your citizenship, you’re not only helping the Reef – you’re securing the future of the planet.Visit the website