South Burnett Visitor Information
Welcome to South Burnett, Queensland!
Located in the heart of the Burnett region in Queensland, South Burnett is a picturesque area that offers a range of natural, cultural and historical attractions. From rolling hills, vineyards and farmland to forests, lakes and national parks, there is something for everyone here.
Things to see and do
Some of the top attractions in South Burnett include:
- The Bunya Mountains National Park - a stunning mountain range with walking trails, waterfalls and panoramic views
- The Kingaroy Observatory - an astronomy centre with telescopes and tours
- The South Burnett Wine Trail - a scenic drive through wineries and cellar doors
- The Wondai Heritage Museum - a museum showcasing the history and culture of the area
- The Boat Mountain Conservation Park - a park with walking tracks, picnic areas and lookout points
Where to stay
South Burnett has a range of accommodation options, from budget-friendly motels to luxury resorts. Some of the most popular options include:
- The Pepper Tree Cabins in Kingaroy - self-contained cabins with kitchens and BBQ facilities
- The Taabinga Homestead in Haly Creek - a historic homestead with rooms and cottages
- The Bjelke-Petersen Dam Camping Grounds - a camping area with powered and non-powered sites
While public transport is limited in South Burnett, there are a number of car rental companies operating in the area. Alternatively, visitors can choose to join a tour or hire a private driver to explore the sights. Cycling is also a popular way to get around, with a number of scenic routes and bike paths available.
When to visit
South Burnett enjoys a subtropical climate, with warm summers and mild winters. The peak travel season is from June to August, when the weather is cooler and drier. However, visitors can enjoy the area all year round, with each season offering its own unique attractions.
So what are you waiting for? Come and discover the natural beauty and rich culture of South Burnett, Queensland!