Whitula Gate Museum

The Outback Trail


Established around a relocated slab hut built along the Whitula Creek in 1906, the Whitula Gate Museum offers a glimpse into pioneering life. With a collection of 19th Century homestead and station equipment, as well as an array of Indigenous artifacts, the Museum is a great first stop when exploring the region.

Unlock the secrets of outback Queensland’s past at the Whitula Gate Museum, where time stands still and stories come to life. Nestled in a quaint corner of Windorah, this museum is a treasure trove of the region’s past, preserving the rich tapestry of life on the land.

Explore the carefully curated exhibits that showcase the pioneering spirit of those who once called this outback oasis home. From vintage agricultural machinery to personal artifacts that whisper tales of resilience, you’ll gain a deep appreciation for the challenges and triumphs that have influenced the character of this remarkable community. 

Whether you’re a history enthusiast or a curious traveler, Whitula Gate Museum offers a unique window into the soul of the outback, celebrating the enduring spirit of the people who shaped its heritage.