Burdekin Theatre

Entertainment Venues

Located in the main street of Ayr – only one hour’s drive south of Townsville – sits one of Australia’s finest little proscenium arch Theatres. Every year, the Burdekin Theatre plays host to hundreds to live performances, conferences, meetings, festivals, exhibitions and local events.

The Burdekin Theatre is undeniably the home of arts and entertainment in the Burdekin.

Facilities

Art & Culture Carpark Disabled access available Family History & Heritage Picnic Area Public Toilet

Nearby Things to Do

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The Gudjuda Reference Group commissioned the large carpet snake sculpture Gubulla Munda Dreaming (2004), which was painted by aboriginal artists and stands on a sacred site, along with several plaques and a memorial stone, in Plantation Park, Ayr, North Queensland.

Gubulla Munda

Ayr, Burdekin

This 1910 Marshall C Class Tractor was restored by the Burdekin Machine Preservationists and is on display at the Brandon Heritage Precinct, North Queensland.

Brandon Heritage Precinct

Brandon, Burdekin

New panels depict Juru people, John Drysdale, Inkerman Mill and Locomotive, Ferry and Barge.

Burdekin Diorama

Home Hill, Burdekin

Burdekin Theatre

Burdekin Theatre

Ayr, Burdekin

Ayr’s Anzac Park has a variety of playground equipment, is fully fenced and is a fantastic place to take the family. The all abilities playground allows children in wheelchairs to be included in the fun.

Anzac Park, Ayr

Ayr, Burdekin

The Burdekin River Bridge is a road and rail bridge which also has a pedestrian walkway. It took ten years to complete, and was opened in 1957.

Burdekin River Bridge

Home Hill, Burdekin

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