Arno's Wall

The walls reach two metres high and extend for at least 70 metres. They are constructed of concrete and rock brought from Arno's opal mine at Opalton and studded with rusted lawnmower parts, boat propellers, vintage typewriters and sewing machines and even a couple of complete motorbikes.

Australian Age of Dinosaurs

Australian Age of Dinosaurs Museum of Natural History is home to the world’s largest collection of Australian dinosaur fossils, including some of our most famous such as Australovenator (Banjo) and Diamantinasaurus (Matilda).

Bladensburg National Park

Bladensburg National Park is situated just 7km from Winton township and was once Bladensburg station, one of the original grazing properties established in Winton in the late 19th Century. The property was officially gazetted as a National Park in 1994, and now offers the public a snapshot of station history at the old Homestead and surrounding buildings and Shearing Shed.

Cawnpore Lookout and Lilleyvale Hills

The Lilleyvale Hills are set on the edge of Winton Shire and Boulia Shire on the Kennedy Developmental Road. The Lookout is approximately 51 kilometres west of Middleton. Spectacular panoramic views of the surrounding Hills can be seen from the lookout.

Combo Waterhole

Combo Waterhole is believed by some to be the setting for the story of Waltzing Matilda, or at least part of the inspiration. 'Banjo' Paterson visited the site in 1895 while staying at Dagworth Station and later wrote the words to a song that captured the spirit of Australia – ‘Waltzing Matilda’.

Corfield and Fitzmaurice

This magnificent example of a general store is heritage listed by the National Trust. Opened by partners Corfield and Fitzmaurice in 1878, it was Winton's first general store, serving people of the township and pastoral properties until 1987.

Dinosaur Stampede National Monument at Lark Quarry Conservation Park

The Dinosaur Trackways at Lark Quarry are believed to be unique in the world in that they represent the most concentrated site and only definitive record of dinosaur stampede behaviour. The Trackways are also believed to date back to the Cretaceous Period, 95 million years ago. Approximately 3,300 fossilised dinosaur tracks can be viewed.

Heritage Truck and Machinery Museum

Take a trip into Transport History with a visit to Winton’s Heritage Truck and Machinery Museum. View fully-restored heritage trucks, tractors and machinery.

Long Waterhole

This is commonly known as the locals' waterhole. It is approximately 2kms from Winton on the Jundah Road. Long Waterhole is man-made and was once used during the Outback Festival as the site for the World Crayfish Derby!

Musical Fence

Winton is home to world's first permanent musical fence installation in the world. Accompanied by a junkyard band, the Musical Fence is free and available for everyone to use.Go on, grab a stick and head on down to make some music at the world’s first and only Musical Fence!