Laura is the gateway to the Cape. It’s accessible on the sealed Peninsula Development Road. This country is home to the biggest and most significant rock art galleries in Australia. It’s also the destination of the bi-annual Laura Quinkan Indigenous Dance Festival.
The country, community and culture are tied together here, offering visitors a unique opportunity to engage with and learn more about one of the world’s oldest cultures. While the township is small, the experience is big. We invite you to stop, stay and connect with our people and place. Our facilities include the following.
These rock art galleries are located just off the Peninsula Development Road. They contain numerous Aboriginal paintings, engravings and hand stencils. Accessible on a 30-minute self-guided walk, there are three sites to visit here, Split Rock Galleries, Flying Fox Art Site and Tall Spirits Art Site. Adults are asked to pay a $30 entry fee, children over 12 years $15 – under 12 years – free into the honesty box at the kiosk.
Fees collected assist with the upkeep and maintenance of this National Heritage listed site. This is an honesty based system, with a box onsite. There are also public toilets available in the car park for the use of paying customers only. No camping is allowed at the site.
Guide tours (Cost: $80 pp) can be arranged by booking with the Quinkan Cultural Centre reception by email: email@example.com or call 0497219089.
A shady caravan park with hot showers, toilets, drinking water. Concrete slabs for caravans. Basic supplies are for sale at the adjacent roadhouse. Price: $10 per person, per night (unpowered) | $25 couple – caravan, per night (powered site) On site booking office is located at the Quinkan Cultural Centre on arrival. – If closed or unattended please call the mobile number below.
P: (07) 3707 3168 | After Hours: 0497219089 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Conveniently located on the Peninsula Development Road, the Laura Roadhouse has fuel and a selection of hot and cold drinks and snacks. It also has an onsite restaurant which serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. The meals are homecooked and generous in size. Toilet facilities on site, for use of patrons and customers only.
P: (07) 4060 2211 | E: email@example.com
The Quinkan Cultural Centre is a central point of information and resources for Laura and the surrounding Quinkan country. As well as providing information on attractions, accommodation and traveling conditions, it’s home to a world class interpretive display showcasing the history of the area. This display provides a unique insight into the rich landscape that is the Quinkan country. It covers a variety of aspects including Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal heritage, as well as the natural environment. The centre is the only place you can book guided tours to the Rock Art sites.
P: (07) 3707 3168 | 0497219089 | E: firstname.lastname@example.org
© Ang-Gnarra Aboriginal Corporation 2021