St George Flights GuideSt George is a tiny city in Queensland, Australia along the Balonne River. Some of its attractions are The Unique Egg, The Custodian of the Condamine Bell, Balonne Shire Visitor Information Centre, Balonne River, the St George Heritage Centre, Beardmore Dam, Rock Wells, and Riversands Vineyards. You can also tour historic buildings of St George such as the original post office building, St George's first school house, St George's first Catholic Church, St George's original Anglican Church, and the original town bore. Fishing in the Balonne River is also very popular, you can find big codfishes among other fishes.
St George sits at the junction of several highways: Castlereagh Highway, Moonie Highway, Carnarvon Highway, and Balonne Highway. Moonie Highway takes you to Brisbane and the Gold Coast in the east. Carnarvon Highway takes you on your way to Sydney, Cairns, and Darwin. Castlereagh Highways leads you to Melbourne, Canberra, Adelaide, and Perth.
St George has a mostly sunny climate. Temperatures during the summer are often in the 90s and above while winter nights can go below freezing. Summer has the most rain while August is generally the driest month of the year.The best time to visit St George is during the spring and fall when you can avoid the extreme temperatures during summer and winter and enjoy the beautiful outdoors. During the spring, flowers blossom, leaves grow back on trees, and animals can be spotted outside. During fall, leaves change color and though it may be warm during the day, evening brings a refreshing cool, crisp air. Fall is also a great time to enjoy fresh produces.
Fly to St George from these popular routes with great prices.
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