Cloncurry Unearthed

Cloncurry Unearthed Museum houses memorabilia from the Mary Kathleen Uranium Mine and Township as well as local history and photographs. See the gem and mineral collection on display that was ranked by experts as one of the most comprehensive collection in Australia. The museum is home to Robert O'Hara Burke's (Burke and Wills explorers) water bottle, along with the history and photographs of their exploration. Cloncurry Unearthed displays an exhibit of Aboriginal memorabilia and the breastplate once worn by George, King of Friezland. In the outdoor machinery display see historic steam engines, a traction engine, farm and mining machinery and a unique Rail Ambulance. Cloncurry Unearthed is situated in Mary Kathleen park which features public amenities, a lovely picnic barbecue area and a playground for children. Be sure to take the path behind Cloncurry Unearthed to a scenic lookout with spectacular views of Cloncurry.

Location: 48 McIlwraith Street, Cloncurry