St George

St George lies on the Balonne River in Queensland’s south near the New South Wales border. On April 23rd 1846, Sir Thomas Mitchell crossed and established a camp on the Balonne River and called the crossing St George’s Bridge. The name came from the feast day of England's patron saint, St George. Known as Queensland’s inland fishing capital, St George is an excellent place to catch huge Murray Cod and Yellowbelly. Visit Steve at the Unique Egg and see his collection of over 100 illuminated carved emu eggs.

Nearby towns:
Charleville | Longreach | Roma
Tamworth | Toowoomba


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Visitor Centre

Tel: 07 4620 8877
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Attractions

• EJ Beardmore Dam

Riversands Vineyards
66 Whytes Road
Tel: 07 4625 3643
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Sweetwater Fishing
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The Unique Egg
carved emu eggs

108 Victoria Street
Tel: 07 4625 3490

Bowls

St George Bowling Club

St George Bowling Club
Victoria Street
Tel: 07 4625 3331

Golf

St George Golf Club
Old Mitchell Road
Tel: 07 4625 3283

 

 

Belonne River runs past St George

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Balonne River walkway
Balonne River
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Balonne River parklands
The main street in St George
Sir Thomas Mitchell Park
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Balonne River
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EJ Beardmoore Dam EJ Beardmoore Dam Belonne River
EJ Beardmore Dam on the Balonne River, north of township
Belonne River
Sir Thomas Mitchell
St George
Balonne River
Sir Thomas Mitchell plaque
St George outskirts