The Lagoon

While staying in Injune make sure you go for a walk around the lagoon. The walk is easily accessible via the cement walkway from Injune; the sealed walking track is only a ‘stones throw’ to the east of the caravan park.

The Lagoon is really a billabong, formed from a change in the channel of Injune Creek a long time ago. The lagoon is therefore only filled by overflow from the creek or from local water run-off.

As you take your walk (or jog) around the lagoon make sure you observe some of the local birdlife. Among many other birds you will see lorikeets, kookaburras, pigeons, galahs, cockatoos, noisy miners, magpies, figbirds, pale-faced rosellas, Australian mud-nesters, magpie lark, and butcherbirds.

Take a look at the majestic old gum trees that have been there longer than the town of Injune. Enjoy the tranquillity of the real Australian bush.

CONTACTS:

Injune Visitor Information Centre
32 Hutton Street, Injune, 4454
PO Box 129, Injune, 4454
T: 07 4626 0503
F: 07 4626 0591
E: tourism@maranoa.qld.gov.au