Welcome to Nindigully
Just 45km south-east of St George, “The Gully” as it’s locally known, is pretty much four houses and a pub on a riverbank.
But what a pub, what a view and what characters you’ll find!
Things to see & do in Nindigully
Food & Drink / Hotel & Motel
Perched on the banks of the Moonie River, having been established in 1864, the rustic Nindigully Pub is the longest continually licensed pub in Queensland. Have you see the film ‘Paperback Hero’? It was filmed here and the cafe’s boomerangs remain perched in place. You’ll have no trouble undwinding on the verandah of the pub…Read More
The Boomerangs at Nindigully were originally constructed for Hugh Jackman’s 1999 feature film debut, Paperback Hero. Filmed in Nindigully, the Boomerangs were from the movie’s Boomerang Cafe. While the Nindigully Pub is a well-known stop for travellers, its annual pig races and road train burgers, few know about its history in film. Nindigully was selected as…Read More
The Gully Walk – a purpose-built historical river walkway – offers nomads the perfect opportunity to enjoy a self-paced walk through Nindigully’s riverside bushland. The walk was developed by the Balonne Shire Council to ensure that the heritage, culture and environment of Nindigully was preserved while creating an area for visitors to enjoy the beautiful…Read More