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With a population of about 500 people, Injune is rich in both European and Aboriginal cultural significance. With an abundance of natural pastures and natural resources, Injune is a microcosm of outback development, from old time family dairy farms to intensive modern farming and gas fields. The best place to catch up with the locals is either at the bowls club on a Wednesday night or at the local Injune Hotel on Friday night. Pull up a chair, have a drink and become immersed in true country hospitality. While there ask them about Ludwig Leichhardt's association with the area, or ask about the many legends that best explain the origins of the name Injune. Nestled in the Great Dividing Range, Injune is blessed with a climate that takes you to the depths of cold crispy winters to hot summers and perfect spring and autumn weather. Like most small towns west of the Great Dividing Range, the town was built on a natural water system and the surrounding ranges give birth to five of the major river systems in South West Queensland and New South Wales. Mount Moffatt is part of these mountain ranges and from here, the views of the surrounding land is nothing short of spectacular. Often sited as the second coldest place in Queensland , Mount Moffatt almost qualifies as 'alpine'. While visiting Injune, pay a visit to the Information Centre, have a swim in the town's modern swimming pool and stop at the stunning lookout across Arcadia Valley and explore its beauty.

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