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Roma Airport

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Mon-Thur 0700-1900 Fri 0830-1900 Sat 0800-1200 Sun 1430-1700
Address
Airport Drive, 4455

Telephone: 07-46225120

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Located in southern Queensland, Australia, lies the quaint outback town Roma. The town is known for having a rich history with oil and gas industries as well as being home to a thriving farming industry - Roma houses one of the biggest cattle sales in Australia – a true outback experience.

Visit Roma's historic attraction the Big Rig, which showcases the town's history with oil and gas perfectly – from when it was first discovered to the multimillion dollar industry it is today. To fully explore the lengths and breadths of this town, tourists should consider hiring a car from Roma Airport.

Grab a true taste of the local Roma cuisine at the Farmers and Artisans Market. Here you can discover some amazing culinary delights, from homemade preserves and cakes to handmade soaps and jewellery. Roma is crammed full of cultural attractions that are well-worth a visit. Tourists should rent a car from Roma Airport and head over to Heroes Avenue comprising of 138 bottle trees, each dedicated to a soldier who battled in the World War One.