Rockhampton Regional Council owns a variety of venues and attractions throughout the Region.
Step back in time and visit the Archer Park Rail Museum, located in Denison Street, between Archer and Cambridge Streets, Rockhampton.
Rockhampton Museum of Art was established in 1967 and houses myriad mid-20th century paintings and works on paper equating to arguably the finest art collection in regional Queensland.
Step back in time at this friendly township museum showcasing the rich, colourful history of the Rockhampton district 1850 - 1950.
Read, share, discover and learn with a wide and diverse range of resources to entertain, inform and enjoy with collections for adults, youth and children at your local library. Learn for a lifetime with a free membership.
The SmartHub, an initiative of Council’s Smart Way Forward Strategy provides an affordable co-working space where members can collaborate with others, learn and grow from the sense of community plus have access to a variety of programs and events that will take an idea to the next level.
Discover The Mount Morgan Railway Museum is a ‘must do’ on the Mount Morgan Golden List of things to do and see.
The Rockhampton Region has a number of parks, gardens and recreation facilities including swimming pools, skate parks, bike and walking tracks and boat ramps.
The Pilbeam Theatre is one of the finest theatres in regional Australia and is the focal point for the performing arts in Central Queensland.
Discover more than 60 species of native animals from across Australia and exotic animals from around the world.
Rockhampton Showgrounds Complex is Rockhampton's premier indoor/outdoor venue for… just about anything!
Rockhampton Regional Council offers a variety of venues for hire for corporate events, birthday parties, sporting events, weddings and more.
This visitor information centre offers a one stop shop for travel information including maps, brochures, and itineraries.
Rockhampton's premier community arts and leisure centre is home to many art, craft, music and leisure groups.
Council has a number of beautiful gardens and parkland that can be utilised for a Wedding/Commitment Ceremony that will make it a day to be remember. The locations across the region are endless from the Botanic Gardens to the newly established Mount Archer Amphitheatre. All ceremonies held on Council land must be approved by Council. Therefore regardless if there is 3 or 300 people in attend