Aussie World and Ettamogah Pub
Aussie World is located at 73 Frizzo Rd, Palmview (just off the highway), and it is open daily from 9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m., tel: (07) 5494 5444. Alongside general entertinments, such as carnival rides and amusements, a side-show alley, billy carts and a skirmish battleground, there are displays of native reptiles (including a particularly large collection of snakes, with snake handling and snake milking an optional extra), and traditional rural activities, such as an historical look at the evolution of sheep-shearing, stock-whip demonstrations, pony rides, the milking of cows, the feeding of lambs and a look at wool classing. Markets are held here each Saturday from 9.00 a.m. to 2.00 p.m. and the Ozziefest Music Festival is held in September.

The Aboriginal Cultural Centre offers a talk on indigenous cultures, demonstrations of traditional culture and lifestyles, dancing, boomerang and spear throwing, didgeridoo playing (and lessons), static educational displays, in-residence artists doing artefact and face painting and dreamtime storytelling. The Girraween Track features plants used by indigenous peoples.

Also on site is a recreation of the mythical Ettamogah Pub which derives from a comic strip by Ken Maynard. The cartoon series depicted the goings-on at this imaginary hotel and, in accordance with the cartoon pub, this is an exact replica, complete with seemingly impossible design - outward leaning walls and verandahs, a tree that stands in the middle through two floors, a jalopy on the roof and signs plastered over everything. Inside is a collection of Australian artefacts, along with restaurant and bar facilities, souvenirs, gifts, arts and crafts.

Well, unbelievable that Pub's exactly the same like the Original One in Ettamogah NSW!