Thallon was gazetted in 1911. Development followed, stores opened and a Hotel was built to cater for the employees of the railway line which had arrived from Talwood. The town was named after the then Commissioner of Railways Mr J F Thallon.

Borger's Thallon Hotel opened for business in November 1911. Unfortunately in 1940 it was destroyed by fire and the present two storey Hotel was built on the site.




Dining & Accommodation

The Dining Room is open for family friendly meals 7 days a week for lunch and dinner. Breakfast is available for Hotel guests or by arrangement. We also cater for group/corporate events.  Barista Coffee and a range of teas also available!

Clean budget accommodation is available in the Hotel and also in the nearby Railway Quarters. Long term and group bookings are available.

A General Store and Post Office are also located at the Hotel along with Tourist Information and Local Historical Publications. 


Local Events & Attractions

Be amazed by the spectacular mural on Thallon's giant grain silos. "The Watering Hole" was completed in July 2017 by Artists Travis Vinson (Drapl) and Joel Fergie (The Zookeeper). 

Take a selfie with William the giant Northern Hairy Nosed Wombat and learn about Thallon's unique connection to this critically endangered species. 

Enjoy fishing for Murray Cod or Yellow Belly in the beautiful Moonie River. 

Be part of the spectacle of a Bush Cricket match from October to March at the Thallon Recreation Grounds.

Enjoy the "Local Images" Photographic Exhibition in the Hotel Dining Room that changes regularly.

Pick up one of the History Trails Booklets and explore Thallon's Heritage.