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Rockhampton Tourist Information & Attractions



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The Central Queensland Military Museum houses artefacts from the military history of Rockhampton and surrounding districts. It includes American Army uniforms from World War II and a room devoted entirely to Rockhampton history. The collection includes: Women at War display, Personal diaries, war photographs, Light horse memorabilia, Badges and Medals, Personal collections from Vietnam Veterans. All of the items are donated by the local community.

So come along with your family and friends and explore the past at this very well presented museum.

Tour groups and schools are welcome to come along and are catered for on request. Step back in time at the CQ Military and Artefacts Museum.


$6.00 To $6.00


Phone: 07 4921 0648


Disabled Access:Yes.



Mount Archer


Mount Archer National Park protects bushland remnants in the Berserker Ranges, a scenic backdrop to Rockhampton. At 604 m above sea level, Mount Archer is the highest peak and provides spectacular views of the city and the surrounding ranges. The park covers 4250 ha of open forest and woodland communities dominated by eucalypts, with a large pocket of dry rainforest in the deeply incised Moores Creek valley. The dry rainforest communities are areas of high conservation value and include several plant species with restricted distributions.


You can explore Mount Archer’s summit on two short walks within the council-managed Fraser Park, starting from the picnic area.

Walks within Fraser Park

Walking Track Circuit (Grade: Easy, wheelchair-accessible)

Distance: 500 m circuit

Time: Allow 20 minutes

Details: Enjoy spectacular views from two lookouts. From one you can look west over Rockhampton and the Fitzroy River, and from the other you can look east as far as the coast. The track starts near the toilets.

Bracken Fern Way (Grade: Easy)

Distance: 1.4 km return

Time: Allow 45 minutes

Details: From the lower end of the picnic area, you can walk to Grasstree Lookout to see the three peaks of Mounts Badger, Sleipner and Berserker.

Walks within the national park

Sleipner Lookout Walk (Grade: Moderate)

Distance: 2.4 km return

Time: Allow 1 hour

Details: Enjoy the first section of the Zamia Walk to Sleipner Lookout to see the distinct pointy peak of Mount Sleipner and its spectacular surrounds. The return walk is uphill and can be challenging.

Zamia Walk (Grade: Difficult)

Distance: 14 km one-way

Time: Allow up to 5 hours

Details: The full Zamia Walk is a long descent from the top of Mount Archer, through the national park to the park’s lower entrance. It is best to walk this track from top to bottom and arrange to be picked up at the lower exit at German Street (refer to map (PDF, 103K)).

Picnic and day use areas

Enjoy a picnic at Fraser Park, on Mount Archer’s summit. Rockhampton Regional Council manages this park and day use area. Picnic tables, barbecues and wood, drinking water and toilets are provided.

Viewing wildlife

Mount Archer is home to a variety of woodland birds including vulnerable powerful owls. Glossy black-cockatoos can also be seen feeding on she-oak seeds. If you wait quietly, you may see unadorned rock-wallabies come to drink from Moores Creek in the early morning and late afternoon. Keep alert and remain quiet—you might be surprised by what you find at Mount Archer.