Cue Community Resource & Information Centre

Information Centre

5 from 6 users


72 Austin St, Cue, Western Australia

(08) 9963-1198


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Lat: -27.423147 Lng: 117.899196

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User 260837

What a hidden gem! Well worth stopping for a couple of nights. Historic town with a really interesting museum (free but donations welcome). The early nickleodeon is especially interesting. In easy reach of Walga Rock , 2nd biggest monlith after Uluru, and the ruins of Big Bell. Self guided town walk with lots of information about the local history. There's a great caravan park, with drive through sites and CLEAN ensuite ablutions, ($27 or $20 for seniors). Or a free self contained RV site. Good food and very generous serves at the pub


'Trip To Anywhere'

Well worth the stop Sandra was great showing us through the new Heritage Center. Lovely little town historical buildings



Info centre housed in a beautifully preserved old building alongside the current police station.


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