Gummingurru is open to all people interested in Aboriginal culture and heritage.

Booking a visit
To book a visit, contact Conrad Bauwens on 0417 163 781 or write to:
Gummingurru Aboriginal Corporation
Lot 2 Old Homebush Road
Gowrie Junction QLD 4352

Maintaining the Gummingurru site is expensive.  The Gummingurru Aboriginal Corporation raises much needed funds by charging a nominal fee to visitors to the site.  Speak to the Traditional custodians at the site about the costs associated with your visit.  Special discounts apply to school groups.

Getting to the site
The Gummingurru site is located immediately to the west of the township of Highfields, about 20km north of Toowoomba.  Travel north of Toowoomba along the New England Highway.  On the southern outskirts of Highfields, turn west into Cawdor Road.  Travel to the end of Cawdor Road (note, Cawdor Road bends sharply to the south about 1km west of the New England Highway).  At the T-junction at the end of Cawdor Road turn south into Old Goombungee Road and then immediately west into Rody Burke Road.  At the T-junction with Old Homebush Road, turn north and travel about 100m to Gummingurru.

What to bring
Wear clothing appropriate to an outdoor activity.  It is especially important to wear closed shoes as snakes are occasionally seen on the site.  A hat and sunscreen are also very important. In winter it can be very cold, so warm clothes are essential at this time.
Bring water and food (there are shops close by at Highfields and Gowrie Junction).

Appropriate behaviour at the site
Cameras are welcome, but always ask before taking photos.
Be respectful, especially when traditional custodians are speaking.
Ensure that you do not kick any stones out of alignment.  Should you accidentally move a rock, please inform your guide immediately.
Take your rubbish with you.
Children must be supervised at all times.