Virtual reality comes to Injune.
Virtual reality comes to Injune.

Virtual reality comes to Injune

ESCAPE the heat and enjoy the Carnarvon Gorge virtual reality experience touring the Moss Gardens, Amphitheatre, Art Gallery, cliffs and creek crossing from the comfort of Injune Visitor Information Centre.

Virtual reality comes to Injune.
Virtual reality comes to Injune.

Whether it be residents, travellers or individuals unable to walk the trails, everyone is welcome to experience the immersive 360-degree virtual tour for free.

Mayor Tyson Golder said it is good to see another way of promoting our well classed tourism

assets.

“The beauty of this virtual reality experience is that it gives you a taste of Carnarvon Gorge and our natural wonders in the comfort of our airconditioned Visitor Information Centre,” Cr Golder said.

“I would like to thank the Queensland Government for their assistance in delivering this fantastic asset to the Injune Tourism District and the greater Maranoa.”

The Injune Visitor Information Centre is open 9am to 5pm 7 days a week except for some public holidays.

The Carnarvon Gorge Virtual Reality Experience is a joint initiative of Maranoa Regional Council and the Queensland Government.


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