Welcome to Thallon
Situated between Mungindi and St George, the RV Friendly town of Thallon was established in 1911 and was named after the former Railway Commissioner (JF Thallon).
Things to see & do in Thallon
Driving along the Carnarvon Highway you’ll spot the vibrant Thallon GrainCorp Silo from miles away. The Watering Hole Mural covers four, 30-metre-high silos featuring icons of the district including the Moonie River, a beautiful sunset, a scarred tree recognising Thallon’s Indigenous community, pale-faced rosellas and a mob of sheep which celebrates the area’s agriculture. The…Read More
Don’t miss stopping by Thallon’s beautiful town park, for a selfie with “William the Wombat”, a giant sculpture (two metres high and 3.5 metres long) of a critically endangered Northern Hairy-Nosed Wombat. Thallon has a special connection to the northern hairy-nosed wombat with some of the earliest specimens found in the area. The species is…Read More