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Barambah Bush Caravan Park

Murgon, South Burnett Area

Indicative Rate * AU$24.00 to AU$105.00 Room Only

Just six kilometres from Murgon and six kilometres from Bjelke Petersen Dam, Barambah Bush is situated in 200 acres of spotted gum forest, and offers quiet, peaceful and shady sites well away from the road. The air-conditioned cabins have covered verandas, just perfect for enjoying the cool evening breeze and watching the antics of the lorikeets at feeding time. The park amenities, which are of ironbark slab construction, are modern, spacious and clean and feature unusual timber furnishings. Campfire pits and barbecues are provided and bush walks may be taken on the park.

Wallabies, kangaroos and koalas are often seen and the property has more than 100 different species of birds, including King and Redwing parrots all in their natural habitat. Enjoy a campfire and cook a proper bush dinner on the wood fired barbecue as you enjoy your own quiet drink and watch the skies for the brilliance of the nightly star show. Their position right in the centre of the Barambah Wine Trail allows for quick and easy access to seven vineyards and cellar doors within seven kilometres. If you enjoy fossicking, the agate fields of Windera are just half an hour away.

Internet Points

  • Paid Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Camp Kitchen
  • Car park
  • Communal Kitchen
  • Communal Refrigerator
  • Communal Shower
  • Cots Available
  • Electronic Funds Transfer at Point Of Sale
  • Games/Recreation Room
  • Ice
  • Iron
  • Laundry
  • Nightcall button
  • Open fireplace
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Pets allowed, enquire on booking
  • Vehicle wash facilities
  • Walking Tracks

Activities

  • Animal Viewing
  • Birdwatching
  • Bushwalking
  • Camping

Pets Allowed:

Pets may be permitted on application however they must be controlled and on a lead at all times. Mess must be cleaned up and disposed of correctly. Permitted with casual guests only. Not at Easter.

Other Information

Accessibility:

Disabled access to amenities with assistance is available.
Barambah Road
Corner of Borchetts Hill Road
Murgon, South Burnett Area
Queensland
Australia

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Bunya Mountains National Park

Bunya Mountains, South Burnett Area
Free Entry
The Bunya Mountains National Park is perched 1100 metres high and 200 kilometres north-west of Brisbane and considered Queensland's second-oldest national park being gazetted in 1908. It's there ancient rainforest-clad peaks stand tall and shelter the world's largest formation of bunya pines (Araucaria bidwillii) - once a popular meeting place for Aboriginal folk to gather nuts in the 1800s. Trek 35-kilometres of walking trails, through eucalypt forest and natural grassland covered in hoop pines, rare orchids and herbs. Be rewarded with panoramic lookouts and keep an eye out for catbirds overhead and red-necked wallabies grazing. The Bunya Mountains offer the quiet allure of a retreat environment favoured by families, groups and honeymooners alike. The Bunya Mountains are pristine, peaceful and spectacular, and its position only three hours from Brisbane and the Fraser Coast and approximately one hour from Kingaroy, Nanango or Dalby makes it an ideal weekend or long weekend getaway for locals. Overnight in any of three designated camping and picnic areas at Dandabah, Westcott and Burtons Well with a permit, and keep an eye for glimpses of the rare sooty owl, noisy pitta and paradise riflebird.

Taste South Burnett

Kingaroy, South Burnett Area
  • Free WiFi
Free Entry
Now in a new, larger, more central location, right in the heart of Kingaroy's Central Business District! They are the one stop shop for all your regional gourmet and artisan deli foods as well as acting as the cellar door for local boutique wineries, including Barambah, Bellbird Vineyards, Kingsley Grove Estate, Tipperary Estate and Booie Range liqueurs (makers of the unique and very popular Peanut liqueur). Taste South Burnett is not just about wines though, with a huge selection of gourmet delicacies, such as Kingaroy's Luxury Fudge (which they make fresh on-site), Kingaroy Cheese, including the award winning Bunya Black and Triple Cream Brie varieties, Kingaroy Gourmet Peanuts, Ivyhome Organic Milk, Pressed Purity cold pressed natural oils and peanut butter, smallgoods, olives, chutneys, capers, honey, local chilli sauces and other deli fare, mostly gluten free. They specialise in making quality gift hampers stocked with their local foods and wines. A selection of selection of gluten free platters, snacks and locally roasted coffee (freshly-ground in a state-of-the-art self-serve coffee machine) are available daily and a fully Gluten Free Take-away Cafe Menu is also on offer (Monday to Friday only). They're the must see destination on your South Burnett adventure.

Cowboy Up Trail Riding

Crows Nest, Toowoomba Area
From AU$60.00 - 180.00
Cowboy Up Trail Riding offers you the experience to ride the 'Cowboy Way' on their friendly good natured Quarter Horses. In comfortable western saddles, you will have a relaxing ride through a working cattle property. Trails will take you through picturesque country where wallabies, wild deer and native birdlife thrive. From rolling hills you will witness magnificent views of surrounding mountains and farmland. All rides are fully guided and you can choose from a one hour ride, two hour ride (includes coffee and cake), half day cattle muster or half day ride (includes light lunch). One of their specialities is the Sunset Ride which takes a couple or party of friends on a 45 minute ride then leaves them alone, with a bottle of sparkling wine and a cheese platter, to enjoy the sunset on their beautiful property before being picked up by vehicle and taken back to the homestead. A great way to propose or celebrate your anniversary! Your hosts, Peter and Gill Gould have over 30 years experience with horses and are great teachers - particularly if you haven't ridden before or if you haven't ridden for a long time. Bookings are essential.

Carroll Nature Reserve Kokoda Track

Kingaroy, South Burnett Area
Free Entry
In 1995 The Kingaroy Apex Club erected the plaque and gateway to mark the start of the Kokoda Track and the Carroll Nature Reserve. This was to commemorate the 50th anniversary of victory in the Pacific in 1945 and to honour the people who gave their lives defending Australia in the Pacific Islands. Descendants of Kingaroy's earliest settlers, Dan and Bridget Carroll, donated the use of these five-acres of soft wood vine scrub to the people of Kingaroy as a nature reserve. The area was dedicated in 1987; this marked the 100th anniversary of Dan Carroll's arrival in Australia from Ireland in 1887. The nature reserve is a peaceful oasis of bushland close to the centre of Kingaroy and the track offers an enjoyable walk through native bushland - a fitting memorial to those who gave their lives in the Pacific. Take time out to relax, enjoy the serenity of your surroundings and listen for the birds in the area. This track gives visitors the opportunity to stretch their legs after a long day of travelling. This conveniently located bird watching area will give sightings of Indian Koel, Dollar Bird, Rufous whistler, Rufous Fantail and Eastern Whipbird.

Coomba Falls

Maidenwell, South Burnett Area
Free Entry
Coomba Falls, at Maidenwell, is an exceptionally beautiful place, featuring a deep natural swimming hole and striking granite cliffs. The water is icy most of the year, so it's the ideal site to cool down on a hot day. Located just a few kilometres from the heart of Maidenwell, picturesque Coomba Falls provides the ideal setting for a picnic and a day of swimming and relaxing. It's also a lovely spot for photography and birdwatching.

South Burnett Wine Trail

Kingaroy, South Burnett Area
Free Entry
A visit to a wine region can be an interesting and rewarding experience, with each winery offering visitors a unique opportunity to sample their best wines on offer. The South Burnett is no exception. Wine buffs will love exploring the vineyards of this new wine producing region, where they will have the opportunity to experience a full range of white and red wines, ports and meads. However, you don't have to be a connoisseur to appreciate these award winning wines, you just have to enjoy good wine as much as good company. With its warm summer days, crisp cool nights and fertile soils, the South Burnett is a haven of vineyards stretching from Goomeri in the north, through the Murgon region to the Bunya Mountains, Kingaroy and south to Nanango. Along the way vineyards can be seen alongside olive groves, timber plantations, orchards and traditional agriculture. This palate of contrasting colours makes for breathtaking scenery and each stop provides a new experience. The South Burnett is considered a 'boutique' region with small vineyards concentrating on quality wine products. Visitors will enjoy sampling the best wines on offer at one of the cellar doors, while learning first hand about winemaking from the vineyard and winery staff.

Crane Wines

Kingaroy, South Burnett Area
Free Entry
Crane Winery, a small family owned Boutique Winery and Bed and Breakfast accommodation, was the first winery in the beautiful South Burnett. The grand old colonial homestead and rustic cellar door perch high on the Booie Range with breathtaking views east. Cranes is just eight kilometres from Kingaroy, and less than an hour to the majestic rainforests of the Bunya Mountains, making it the perfect place to base your stay while exploring the South Burnet. Crane's Bed and Breakfast accommodation offers up to four adults a memorable stay in two beautifully furnished, self contained rooms in a private wing of the old homestead. A substantial continental breakfast is provided, and a bottle of Crane Wines on arrival. The recently completed Garden Terrace can seat up to 50 people for lunch, or pre arranged evening functions. This all weather facility offers a limited menu for lunch, a gourmet platter for two showcasing home made and local products, or our specials which change weekly, hearty winter warmers, and in summer salads, or BBQ sizzlers are on offer to enjoy, while you enjoy the views, the gardens and the prolific bird life. Go and visit them soon, they would love to meet you.

Nanango Fauna Reserve

Nanango, South Burnett Area
Free Entry
The Nanango Fauna Reserve offers many different environments of seasonal waterholes, eucalypt woodland, acacia scrub, and dry vine scrub. It is a birdwatcher's delight with a variety of birds to be found including the Yellow-Faced Honeyeater, Australian Darter, Varied Sittella, Nankeen Night Heron, and Little Black and Little Pied Cormorant.

Ringsfield House

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Ringsfield House was built in 1908 for Mr and Mrs James William Davies Graham. It was designed by noted Queensland Architect Robin Dods and is distinguished by its wide verandahs, bay windows, large, airy bedrooms and built in cupboards. Ringsfield has enjoyed four lives so far! From 1908 till 1942 it was the private home of the Graham and Sullivan families. In 1942, the house became the Ringsfield Maternity Hospital. During the hospital’s 28 year history, between 3,000 and 4,000 babies were born here prior to the hospital finally closing in 1970. By 1973 the house was occupied again as a lifeline refuge and continued in this capacity for a further 20 years. Finally in 1992 the then Nanango Shire Council determined that Ringsfield should be restored as a museum and historical centre. Today, Ringsfield is an active community museum offering displays, art and crafts, and catering for small functions. As the headquarters of the Nanango Historical Society, it is a repository for historical photographs and archives. Also within the precinct is a replica coach house, cream shed, slab shepherd's hut, the town's original Presbyterian Church and Nanango's oldest surviving building - the State School built in 1866.

Kingsley Grove Vineyard and Winery

Kingaroy, South Burnett Area
Free Entry
Kingsley Grove is a family owned and operated business, established in 1998 by Michael and Patricia Berry. Kingsley Grove take great pride in operating a self-sustaining winery with the concept of From Berry to Bottle. This means that they grow all the grapes used in winemaking on site and use their modern, fully equipped winery to create a wide range of wines. This allows them to make a range that includes traditional wines and more innovative styles that are designed to suit the Queensland climate. They have produced medal winning wines, and continue to innovate and develop their list which includes varietals, blends, sparkling wines and a selection of fortified wines. Kingsley Grove's cellar door is open for wine tasting 7 days a week from 10am to 5pm and on Saturday's and Sunday's serve Pat's famous wood-fired pizzas. Tours of their working winery are available by the winemaker if booked in advance. They can also cater for groups and can provide a unique venue for Christmas parties, contact them to book in advance.
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