Welcome to Injune, Queensland Australia

Discover hidden gems, marvel at the diverse flora and fauna, and experience the tranquility that only a place like Injune can provide.

Discover Injune, any time of year…

Immerse yourself in a natural paradise like no other. Here in Injune, you’ll find an extraordinary array of landscapes, wildlife, and experiences that invite you to connect deeply with the world around you. Picture yourself unwinding beneath a magnificent canopy of stars, feeling the gentle breeze, and listening to the soothing sounds of nature. But it’s more than just relaxation—it’s about creating a bond with our unique and cherished environment.

It’s not just about relaxing under our great starry sky; it’s about forming a connection to our special part of the world. It’s simply soaking in the serene beauty of our surroundings, every moment in Injune offers an opportunity to reconnect with the essence of nature.

 This is your chance to truly connect with something greater, to understand and appreciate the natural wonders that make our part of the world so special.

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A Vibrant Community Spirit

Behind the façade of the small country town of Injune beats the heart of a very vibrant community. Injune, the northernmost town in the Maranoa district, sits at the foothills of the Carnarvon Ranges on the western spur of the Great Dividing Range. Injune is a fantastic “Home Base” for your Carnarvon Experience. Why not stay a few extra days and explore all that we have to offer, both locally and in the surrounding area?

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Join Us for the Injune In June Festival!

Join Us for the Injune In June Festival!

Mark your calendars for the last Saturday in June and head to Injune for an unforgettable night of music, live entertainment, and community spirit at the Injune In June Festival. This annual event promises a fantastic evening filled with local talent, delicious food,...

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Historical Car Club Run to Injune 16th June 2024

Historical Car Club Run to Injune 16th June 2024

Sunday 16th June - Injune - PLEASE NOTE SUNDAY RUN TOGETHER WITH A MEETING AT INJUNE. RUN: ROMA - MITCHELL VIA WOMBLEBANK GAP ROAD - INJUNE Please note: Roma to Mitchell is 87 Km. Mitchell to Injune via this route is 166 Km. Injune to Roma is 89 Km. The total kms...

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Free Line Dancing Sundays 3-4pm 2024

Free Line Dancing Sundays 3-4pm 2024

Join us for free Zumba and Line Dancing. Although registration is preferable you can just come along. We do need a minimum of 5 registrations so each class can go ahead. Zumba is an exhilarating, effective, easy-to-follow dance workout that's great for anybody and any...

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Visit our Natural Wonders

Discover the Wonders of Mount Moffatt

Discover the Wonders of Mount Moffatt

A Unique and Breathtaking Landscape Located within the expansive Carnarvon National Park, the Mount Moffatt section offers a unique blend of stunning scenery, rich Aboriginal heritage, and diverse wildlife. Unlike the Carnarvon Gorge section, Mount Moffatt features...

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Lonesome (Expedition National Park)

Lonesome (Expedition National Park)

Discover the Beauty of Lonesome Section A Natural Connection The Lonesome section seamlessly joins the Beilba section of the Expedition National Park to the north-west, both integral parts of the stunning Central Queensland Sandstone belt. This connection creates a...

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A Glimpse into Our History

Injune has a rich history despite its young age. Established in 1920 as a camp at the end of the railway line to support the development of the Mount Hutton Lands Soldier Settlement blocks after World War I, Injune was gazetted as a town in 1922. Over the years, dairying, cotton, cattle, sheep, and the sustainable harvesting of natural timber cypress pine have been the main industries. Today, cattle and timber production continue to thrive. With the sealing of the road north to Rolleston, Injune has become the Gateway to the famous Carnarvon Gorge in the Carnarvon Ranges. More recently, the natural coal seam gas industry has enhanced retail and other services in Injune.

Explore and Stay…

Experience the character of Injune. Visit the National Parks in the area and discover the diverse species of flora and fauna in the district. Whether you’re here for a short visit or a longer stay, you’ll find something special in Injune.