Discover Injune... What would you like to do?

Whether you’re seeking adventure or relaxation, Injune is the perfect base for your outback experience, offering a blend of natural beauty, historical intrigue, and local charm.

Your Outback Adventure Awaits in Injune

You could easily base your entire outback experience in Injune, given the incredible array of activities and sights that this region has to offer.

For the active traveller, there are endless opportunities to explore. Hike through Australia’s greatest natural wonder, the Carnarvon Gorge, or visit fascinating points of interest such as the Old Mine Museum, the historic Locomotive, or the informative Injune Visitor Information Centre.

If you prefer a more relaxed pace, Injune has plenty to offer. Discover the rich local history through a series of rustic metal statues scattered around town, each depicting notable local identities and their stories. A stroll down the main street provides a fantastic opportunity to learn about the inspirational lives of Injune’s residents throughout history.

For a leisurely afternoon, enjoy the BBQ facilities at The Lagoon, explore locally made goodies at the Art Gallery, or take a walk back in time at the Old Injune Cemetery, which holds graves dating from 1930 to 1976. The community has lovingly restored the cemetery, rebuilding the fence to its original 1930s design and marking previously unmarked graves with headstones. As you trace family names, you’ll uncover stories pivotal to the pioneering spirit of Injune.

The Choice is yours...History, Serenity Or Excitement

The Injune Railway and the Soldier Settler Legacy

The Injune Railway and the Soldier Settler Legacy

The establishment of the railway was a significant milestone for Injune. The railway line, which reached Injune in 1920, was constructed to support the development of the Mount Hutton Soldier Settlement blocks, a government initiative aimed at providing land and...

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Discover the Hidden Gem: Injune’s Mini-Museum

Discover the Hidden Gem: Injune’s Mini-Museum

A Journey Through History Nestled at the back of the Injune Visitor Information Centre lies a hidden gem that history enthusiasts and curious travellers will find captivating—the original Courthouse, now home to a fascinating mini-museum. This small but significant...

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The Old Coal Mine in Injune

The Old Coal Mine in Injune

The old coal mine in Injune stands as a significant testament to the town’s industrial past and its role in the development of the region. Established in the early 20th century, the coal mine was a vital source of employment and economic activity, contributing to the...

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Characters of Injune

Characters of Injune

Explore the township of Injune and immerse yourself in the stories of local characters who have left their mark on this vibrant community. As you wander through the town, you’ll encounter a series of rustic metal statues depicting notable local identities, each...

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Discover The Lagoon: A Natural Oasis in Injune

Discover The Lagoon: A Natural Oasis in Injune

A Tranquil Escape While staying in Injune, make sure you take a stroll around The Lagoon, a serene and picturesque spot that offers a peaceful retreat from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Easily accessible via a cement walkway from the town, the sealed walking...

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Discover the Historic Injune Railway

Discover the Historic Injune Railway

A Journey Through Time The Injune Railway is a significant piece of the town’s history, tracing its roots back to the early 20th century. Established as a vital link for the transportation of goods and people, the railway has played a crucial role in shaping Injune’s...

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Discover Possum Park: A Versatile Venue for All Occasions

Discover Possum Park: A Versatile Venue for All Occasions

A Hub of Activity Possum Park is a dynamic and multi-functional venue, offering a range of excellent facilities for events such as Races, Campdrafting, and Pony Club activities. But that’s not all—Possum Park is also the perfect setting for everything from weddings to...

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Injune Memorial Hall: A Community Landmark

Injune Memorial Hall: A Community Landmark

A Hub of Community Life The Injune Memorial Hall stands as a testament to the town's rich history and vibrant community spirit. Located in the heart of Injune, this iconic hall has been a central gathering place for residents and visitors alike for generations. From...

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Historical Cemeteries

Historical Cemeteries

Injune is a town steeped in history, and one of its unique aspects is the presence of both an old and a new cemetery, each telling a story of the community's past and present. The Old Cemetery Just off the highway on the southern approach to town lies Injune's old...

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Injune Tourist Information Centre

Injune Tourist Information Centre

When visiting Injune, make sure to drop into our accredited Visitor Information Centre—you’ll be glad you did! Finding the Visitor Information Centre is easy, as it’s located right on the main highway in the middle of town. The building is one of Injune’s newer icons,...

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