Railway Station Air-Raid Shelter
The city has a rare, surviving example of an air-raid shelter built-in 1942 for railway passengers.
St Pauls Church of England
St Pauls Church, the third built at its present location, was opened in 1879.
Maryborough War Cemetary
The Maryborough War Cemetery was officially established in 1942.
The Pialba War Memorial, unveiled in 1921 to commemorate the men from the district who served in World War I.
Maryborough Drill Hall and Depot
Built in 1914, the Maryborough Drill Hall and Depot was the home of the Wide Bay Regiment.
Maryborough Airport - Former RAAF Maryborough Station
A bustling Royal Australian Airforce Air Station during World War II.
Tinana War Memorial
Unveiled in 1918, the memorial in Memorial Park.
Commemorates the MV Krait and Australian commandos that undertook daring wartime raids behind Japanese lines in World War II.
Brooweena and Woocoo Shire in World War I
The original offices of Woocoo Shire Council, formed in 1914 when World War I broke out.
Howard War Memorial (Miners in World War I)
Commemorating soldiers from the Burrum district was unveiled in 1921
Toogoom and District RSL sub-branch
A unique aspect of the building it occupies – a Vietnam War army soldiers’ mess.
Chippie Mark IV Statue
Clayton was given his first dog ‘Chippie’ by Queen Mary and each new ‘Chippie’ that followed came from the Royal Kennels.
The Maheno, the most famous of the Fraser Island wrecks, was driven ashore just north of Happy Valley during a cyclone in 1935.
Pioneer Park, Camp Maryborough
Pioneer Park was the site of a massive military camp in Tinana in 1942.
Gallipoli to Armistice Military Trail
Gallipoli to Armistice Memorial ‘Walk with the Anzacs’