Moranbah is among one of the most rapidly developing new towns founded by miners and their families in Queensland, which emanates a warmth and charm of its very own.
The Moranbah town is located in the northernmost part of the Isaac Region and is based about 200 km from the south-west region of Mackey.
Things to See
The town features a newly built centre which includes a recreational space. It’s a great place to enjoy a fresh cup of coffee at the local café while immersing yourself in the town’s relaxed atmosphere. There are several public art projects, dotting the square such as the musical railway which was commissioned by the Arts Council of Queensland. Visitors can also take in the Australia Remembers Mural, a tribute to all the brave men and women who died serving in the second world war.
Things to Do
The town is brimming with a rich array of amenities restaurants, sporting facilities, a swimming pool and plenty of cafés and restaurants. Lake Elphinstone which is located close to the town is the ideal spot to enjoy fishing or camping.
There are plenty of comfortable and sophisticated choices available when it comes to accommodation in the town. There are many popular Moranbah service apartments including the likes of Oaks Moranbah which strives to cater to every need of its discerning guests.
Roland Lefevre is a travel writer who specializes in creating features on leisure as well as business travel destinations across the globe. Google+