Did you know!

Did you know Cloncurry was once home to 12 pubs? Today the humble local pub is still very much a social icon of bush living. Cloncurry region is home to a network of outback pubs that hold their heritage in expansive balconies, long wooden bars and rustic tin roofs. Take your taste buds on tour around our local pubs with the Curry Crawl. Click here to find out more.

  • Burke and Wills Roadhouse

    A remote outback pub that continues to draw the community and local stations together.
    Four Ways, Queensland
    0409 320 333
  • Central Hotel

    Survey walls of memorabilia and hear stories from Jim and Lorene who’ve managed the hotel for more than 20 years.
    46 Scarr Street, Cloncurry
    07 4742 1418
  • Cloncurry Bakery

    Treat yourself to a tasty pastry! Cloncurry Bakery has delicious pies, sausage rolls and (the locals will argue) the best bread.
    42 Scarr Street, Cloncurry
    (07) 4742 0405
  • Gidgee Inn Motel

    Relax, enjoy your meal and take in the atmosphere of the open plan jarrah timber and rammed earth inn. The Gidgee Inn is the only a la carte restaurant in Cloncurry. Blackboard specials and children’s meals available.
    McIlwraith Street
    (07) 4742 1599
  • Grinners Pizza and Pasta

    Looking for a hearty take-away dinner? Grinners Pizza and Pasta offer a great selection of your take-away favourites.
    Wagon Wheel Motel 54 Ramsay Street, Cloncurry
    (07) 4742 1480
  • Leichhardt Hotel/Motel

    Survey town and family history along the walls of the pub and join regular community events.
    11 Scarr Street, Cloncurry
    (07) 4742 1389
  • Oasis Hotel

    A local favourite full of country charm that serves good food and genuinely friendly service.
    17 Ramsay Street, Cloncurry
    07 4742 1366
  • Post Office Hotel

    Originally The Union, the Post Office Hotel was renamed in 1901 but still holds its two-story charm with its wrap-around veranda.
    49 Sheaffe Street, Cloncurry
    (07) 4424 3608
  • Puma Roadhouse

    Never dismiss a roadhouse feed. Need an early morning toasty or a late-night sugar hit? Pull in here.
    5-9 Ramsay Street, Cloncurry
    (07) 4742 2407
  • Road Runner Roadhouse

    This unique outback roadhouse has everything you need, from fuel to hot chips.
    25 Mcilwraith St, Cloncurry QLD 4824
    (07) 4742 1416
  • Wagon Wheel

    Come and find out why Cloncurry loves the Wagon Wheel restaurant. Indulge your inner glutton with one of their delicious home-made pizzas or pastas, or sink your teeth into a mouth-watering mains from the menu of classic Australian and internationally inspired dishes.
    54 Ramsay Street, Cloncurry
    0747 421 866
  • Dajarra Hotel

    Made famous in the 1970’s for nude art that lined its walls painted by local miner Mickey Rooney.
    21-25 Matheson Street, Dajarra
  • Duchess Hotel

    Relive the glory days of a buzzing railway town in this unassuming, humble outback pub that is full of bush character.
  • Quamby Pub

    Originally built in 1860’s, Quamby Pub is all that remains of a once prosperous gold mining and cattle district.
    0473 282 828
  • Kalkadoon Hotel

    Named after the warrior spirit of a local Aboriginal tribe, Kalkadoon Hotel is steeped in history.
    07 4742 5042
  • Urban Leaf Cafe

    Cloncurry's newest café, Urban Leaf Cafe Cloncurry, has been serving up some unbelievable cakes, uplifting coffee and unreal food. Located on Scarr Street, the café is open from Tuesday to Sunday. You will be #foodstagramming every meal that is served up!
    20 Scarr St, Cloncurry
    (07) 4742 0657
  • Red Door Cafe

    They say Red Door Café is worth finding – and we totally agree. You would not expect to find this gem hiding behind a red door in Outback Queensland.
    32 Short St, Cloncurry
    (07) 4742 2887