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Landmarks and Monuments You Can’t Miss

Rockhampton Art Gallery

Art lovers with return flights to Rockhampton can’t miss the chance to visit the Rockhampton Art Gallery. While there is a variety of works on display, the gallery specialises in modern Australian art. In addition to the permanent exhibit, other exhibits rotate through the museum and feature paintings, photographs, and sculptures from a wide range of artistic styles. The Rockhampton Art Gallery is open every day and is free for visitors with flights to Rockhampton.

Mount Archer National Park

The scenic Mount Archer National Park is situated only 15 kilometres (9.3 miles) from the centre of Rockhampton. Several different landscapes fill the park, including bushland, eucalyptus forest, and dry rainforest. Another feature to the park is the Berserker Ranges. The tallest peak in this range is Mount Archer, which can be seen all over Rockhampton. If you visit the park after your cheap flights to Rockhampton, hike to the summit of Mount Archer for a sweeping view over Rockhampton and the surrounding mountains.

Capricorn Caves

About 30 kilometres (18.5 miles) north of the city, the Capricorn Caves are a favourite among travellers with return flights to Rockhampton. The caves formed about 390 million years ago after a series of volcanic eruptions. Today, the limestone caves are one of the most fascinating landmarks in the region. Visitors with airfare to Rockhampton can tour the caves to learn about their history, see some fossils scattered throughout the caves, and spot some bats hanging from the roof of the cave. For an extra special experience after flights to Rockhampton, you could even opt to take a night tour of the Capricorn Caves.

 

Travelling with Children

Rockhampton Zoo

When you book airfare to Rockhampton with the kids, plan to spend a few hours exploring the Rockhampton Zoo. The zoo is located in the city centre and is home to 60 different animals species. Visitors can see native animals like koalas and crocodiles as well as exotic wildlife such as chimpanzees and Asian small-clawed otters. Visitors with tickets to Rockhampton Zoo can also learn more about the resident animals through educational talks and feedings throughout the day.

Rockhampton Heritage Village

About 10 kilometres (six miles) outside of the city centre, Rockhampton Heritage Village is a great place to take the kids for a fun and educational day out. The Heritage Village takes visitors with cheap flights to Rockhampton back in time to the century between 1850 and 1950. Throughout the village, there are old-fashioned shops, antique cars, and bygone-era cottages that teach visitors what Rockhampton was like back in this era. Kids with plane tickets to Rockhampton Heritage Village will also enjoy taking a ride on a vintage stagecoach, feeding farm animals, and grabbing an ice cream from Arnolds general store.

Koorana Crocodile Farm

If your kids are fascinated by the crocodiles of Queensland, take a trip out of the city to the nearby Koorana Crocodile Farm. The farm first opened in 1981, becoming the first commercial crocodile farm in Queensland. While visiting the farm after flights to Rockhampton, you can learn more about crocodiles, see many of the 5,000 crocs who live there, and even get the chance to hold a baby crocodile. Tours of the Koorana Crocodile Farm are available at 10.30am and 1pm each day.

 

The Best Time to Visit with Flights to Rockhampton

There is really no bad time to book return flights to Rockhampton. Whether you visit in winter or summer, daytime temperatures will allow you to explore the city’s outdoor offerings. Winter in Rockhampton is the coolest season with daytime temperatures of about 24°C and nighttime temperatures that can drop as low as 11°C. Summer experiences hot weather with temperatures regularly hitting about 32°C during the day. However, summer is also the wettest time for visitors to be planning flights into Rockhampton Airport (ROK). While Rockhampton doesn’t experience as much rain as some other cities in Tropical North Queensland, this season still receives about two to three days of rain each week in the summer.

If you are looking to score a deal on accommodation, consider booking your flights to Rockhampton outside of the summer months. Families travel to the area during school holidays, but the city is fairly quiet during autumn, winter, and spring. During this off-season, hotels often lower their rates, allowing you to visit Rockhampton for a budget-friendly holiday.

 

How Much Time to Spend in Rockhampton

Rockhampton is a fairly compact city, which allows you to see a lot within a small amount of time. In order to spend some time in the city centre and venture outside of the city limits into the surrounding nature, plan to book cheap flights to Rockhampton for about three to four days.
 

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