If you’re looking for amazing spots in Cue where you can book accommodation for all budgets, indulge in savoury takeaways to great dining experiences, discover captivating attractions, and experience different activities, these are some of the places to visit:
A small, peaceful and historically significant town, Cue offers a good two-day layover before continuing your travels through the outback! Although being winners of the tidiest town in Western Australia in 2006 and the National Litter Prevention Award in 2007, the ‘Queen of the Murchison’ is almost a ghost town these days, serving as a living example of the past!
Settlement and exploration in Cue
For the next 10 years, development occurred rapidly, culminating in a train line, 3 newspapers, a hospital and a population of over 10 000 people. However, due to numerous reasons such as the Great Depression and World War One, the biggest mine in the area shut down with the population dropping to staggeringly low 500 people in 1933.
This small community continued to mine gold, although to nowhere near the extent that was seen in the early
The many empty historic buildings strewn around Cue give this town a very empty and ghostly feel. Many of these buildings were built to last for centuries due to the impression that mining will keep this town thriving. However, due to the exodus from Cue through the early
The police station and post office in Cue are still used today even though construction of these buildings was finished in the late
The second-largest granite monolith in Australia, Walga Rock is a