Cloncurry

The copper mines of Cloncurry quickly made this town one of the most prosperous in the Outback. Down through the years since the copper lode was discovered in 1867, Cloncurry has hosted a plethora of other historic occasions. It was here where the idea for Qantas was first mooted. 'Conceived in Cloncurry, born in Winton and grew up in Longreach' goes a local saying. The original hangar still stands at the local aerodrome.

The Royal Flying Doctor Service was also launched in Cloncurry. Visit John Flynn Place to get an insight into the story of this iconic outback service. Known as the 'Friendly Heart of the Great North West', the town now services the sheep and cattle properties in the surrounding district and is an important sales centre for sheep, cattle and horses.

Temperatures for Cloncurry

Cloncurry has hot summer temperatures. The summer high temperature for Cloncurry is approximately 37 °c. The summer low temperature is approximately 24 °c.

Cloncurry has warm winter temperatures. The winter high temperature for Cloncurry is approximately 26 °c. The winter low temperature is approximately 11 °c.

January2537
February2436
March2335
April1932
May1528
June1225
July1025
August1228
September1631
October2035
November2337
December2438



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