Alpha Attractions


Alpha Tours and Attractions

Alpha Attractions

The Rowley Roberts Tourist Information Centre was established in 1999 and set up in an old Railway Guards room, which was relocated from the Railway Station to its present site in Shakespeare Street. Open Monday to Saturday from 8.30am to 12.30pm.

Tivoli Theatre Museum is located behind the Rowley Roberts Tourist Information Centre in Shakespeare Street. View a collection of early settlers gear including saddlery, railway and stock wear.

The latest addition to the museum is a mural generously painted by a Grey Nomad.

Jane Neville-Rolfe Art Gallery was opened by The Hon W.H. Glasson, Minister for Land Management and Member for Gregory on 4th April 1988. The art gallery was an Australian Bicentennial project with financial assistance from the Commonwealth and State Government and local organisations.

The Gallery is located in Dryden Street next to the Alpha Administration Office and has excellent pieces of artwork on display from local artists and also travelling art shows. For further information contact Wayne Rostron on 0447851388.

There are twenty six murals in the township of Alpha and all tell their own story of rural life in the Shire.

The murals came about when a group a local artists painted a wall in 1991and today have become a focal point for Alpha with murals being painted on most public buildings.

The 'Jump Ups' are located on the Clermont Road just north-west of Alpha. This is a natural attraction displaying the different layers of coloured volcanic soil, well worth a look!