Come and experience the landscape and life on a

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Cue is a small town in the Mid-West region of Western Australia, located 620 km north-east of Perth with a population of 328. Known as “Queen of the Murchison” because of its importance in the gold production of the area, is a fascinating starting point to explore the Murchison and Goldfields regions of Western Australia. Within a day’s drive north of Perth. The most popular time to visit Cue is July to October when the weather is mildest and the winter rains turn the sweeping red landscape into a lively palette of wildflowers. It is a popular destination for seniors heading north and escaping the chills of winter as the average maximum temperature in July (the coldest month) is around 18.5 °C. If you are visiting in summer, be prepared for the heat with January averaging maximum temperatures of 37.8 °C.


Take some time-out in this quiet heritage town and you are sure to enjoy the balance of being surrounded by yesteryear’s charm and today’s outback experience.