Cue District Visitor Centre

Visitor Information Centres

The Cue District Visitor Centre is now the tourist information centre for Cue. It is located in Austin Street in a heritage building (the Government Buildings). The building, which is Heritage-listed, was built in 1896 and was originally the Post Office.

They sell souvenir books on the Snakes of the Cue Region and Birds of the Cue District. They have pamphlets on sites in Cue like a walk around town which tells a bit of history about the heritage buildings. There is also a book exchange. Tourist brochures are available on the whole State,

Visitors can access facilities for photo printing and internet access. You are invited to come in and have a chat about Cue and have a ‘cuppa’.

Facilities

Australian Tourism Accreditation Birdwatching Broadband Internet Access Cafe/Kiosk/Restaurant Carpark Caters for challenges with learning and communication Coach Parking Family Free Wifi Interpretive Centre Paid Wifi Picnic Area Public Toilet RV Parking Scenic Drives Tourism Council Australia Visitor Information Centre Walk Wheelchair access

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