Shire of Cue - Queen of the Murchison

Public Notices

  • Aboriginal Comedy AllStars

    The Aboriginal Comedy AllStars will be appearing at the Cue Shire Hall on Saturday 17 September at 7pm.  Entry is Free.

  • Council's Logo

    Did you know that the logo of the Shire of Cue was designed to reflect the distinctive 'Q' shape, that blazes like a sunset in the Murchison sky ?




    The Cue Tourist Park is under new management.

    Welcome to Janelle & Colin who have taken over the management of the Park from April 2016.


  • Community Profile

    The Cue Community Profile which is to be found in the Public Documents section of this website was last updated in 2010.  This document is now currently undergoing a review and the updated Cue Community Profile 2016 will soon be available.

  • Old Post Office Building

    The scaffolding has gone up and repairs to the Old Post Office Building will soon be underway.  Please be careful when in the vicinity of this building as there may be increased traffic as the works are undertaken.

  • 2016/2017 Pensioner Rebate Capping

    In its 2016/17 Budget, the State Government announced that from 1 July 2016, the 50% concession on local government rates applicable to eligible pensioners would be restricted to a capped amount of a maximum of $750.

    The pensioner rebate for the 2016/17 year is as follows:

    Levy Rebate amount
    Below $1500 50% to a maximum of $750
    Over $1500 $750

    The introduction of a cap on the pensioner rebate is a State Government initiative and any concerns or objections should be directed to your local Member of State Parliament. 

    However, if you wish to discuss what impact the cap on the pensioner rebates will have on your rates, please contact Claire Buckenara (Rates Officer) on 9963 8600.



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Cue is the perfect place to stay a night or two when touring the outback Murchison region of Western Australia.

The Shire of Cue is 120kms south of Meekatharra and 80kms north of Mt Magnet, right in the middle of the beautiful outback. Its not a flat, arid landscape as people might imagine. The dark red backdrop is scattered with striking wildflowers, native animals, huge breakaways and bright white salt lakes. As you make your way into town you are struck by the heritage of the gold rush town lying in every building along the main street. If you are planning on including Cue in your outback adventure, its about 650km north-east of Perth and just over 400km from Geraldton. The best time for visting Cue is between April and September before the hot desert weather sets in.


 If you are interested in purchasing residential or industrial land in Cue please click below

Land for Sale in Cue


Download The Dryblower

The Dryblower is our community newsletter which is produced by the Cue Community Resource Centre. Its a great read and you can download the latest copy right now.


Next Council Meeting

The next Cue Shire Council meeting will be held on the

  • Tuesday 18th October 2016





Tourism in Cue WA


Looking for things to do in Cue? Take a look at our tourism information.

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About Cue

Cue is 650km north-east of Perth, right in the middle of the outback.

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What's there to see in Cue? Take a look at our Attractions page to find out.

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Learn more about our Shire council and how our town runs.

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Get in touch

Phone (08) 9963 8600


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