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How to Reach

By plane

Qantaslink fly daily to Roma.

By car

he Warrego Highway passes through Roma on its way to Charleville

By train

The Westlander passes through Roma twice a week.

Key places to visit
The Big Rig, Museum of Rome , Colosseum, Trevi Fountain, Sistine Chapel


Places to Visit

The Big Rig

Warrego Highway - The town's major tourist attraction pays tribute to its oil and gas industry from the early 1900s. It is located on an old oil derrick on the outskirts of the town, and is part of the Queensland Heritage Trails Network.

Museum of Rome

(Local Name: Museo di Roma / Palazzo Braschi) The Palazzo Braschi, built from 1792 onwards for the Braschi family, relatives of Pope Pius VI, has housed since 1952 a collection of pictures, drawings, watercolors and prints illustrating the history of the city of Rome, together with sculpture, terracotta figures, majolica, tapestries and costumes. The exhibits also include Pope Pius IX's private train (1850) and two state carriages. The museum's 51 rooms contain a wealth of material illustrating life in medieval and modern Rome and the history and development of the city.


The Colosseum is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the world and no trip to Europe is complete without a stop to see this impressive structure. It has been featured in movies, literature and artwork and seeing it is something that everyone should do at least once. Of all the places to visit in Rome, the Colosseum is definitely one of the best.

Trevi Fountain

Considered by many to be one of the most impressive fountains in Rome, Trevi Fountain features an impeccable design and beautiful sculptures. One of the most popular activities for people visiting the fountain is to throw a coin over their left shoulder to guarantee a return visit to Rome.

Sistine Chapel

Located in the Apostolic Palace, the Sistine Chapel is world famous for its architecture which is said to be modeled after Solomon’s Temple. The Chapel is home to several incredible frescoes including two which are considered to be Michelangelo’s most amazing works of the art; the Last Judgement and the Creation of Adam.

Right Time to Visit

January - April
October - December