Minmore Farmstay Bed and Breakfast

Kingaroy, South Burnett Area

Indicative Rate * AU$120 to AU$120

Minmore is a 7000 hectare beef producing property with a hectare of gardens, a tennis court and abundant wildlife. It's only a 45 minute drive to the Bunya Mountains and close to fruit growing area, wineries and the golf course. There is gliding available at the Kingaroy airport. Activities include feeding the animals, gathering eggs, bush walks and picnics. It's ideal for bird watchers and pets welcome, small dogs only.

Accommodation is available both within the homestead and the two bedroom cottage is perfect for families.


  • BBQ Facilities
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Pets allowed, enquire on booking


  • Birdwatching
  • Cycling

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
583 Minmore Road
Kingaroy, South Burnett Area

Our Rooms

Fully self contained two bedroom cottage with a gas stove, refrigerator, microwave, heaters, fans, television and compact disc radio cassette. All linen is supplied. Use of the tennis court free of charge. Meals are available on request.

Activities include feeding the animals, gathering eggs, bush walks and picnics. The homestead is ideal for bird watchers.

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Heritage Nanango Country Muster

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7 September 2017
Nanango Show Society holds its annual Country Muster featuring traditional Australian Country Music on the second weekend in September. It's four days full of country music, poetry, gospel and all those things that make the Australian Bush lifestyle great. The committee prides itself on the choice of artists as well as the variety from year to year. In the days leading up to the festival you are entertained by "Walk Up Artists" who are itching to showcase their talent. The festival was foundered in 2003 to provide an event that encourages tourists to stop and experience the warm country hospitality of Nanango and the South Burnett. So bring your caravan, tent, ute, or whatever you have and settle in for the celebrations of this traditional style of music. Full camping facilities available from the Monday, 1 September (bookings essential). Plenty of hot showers and toilets available. A real bush atmosphere.
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1 October 2016
Kingsley Grove Estate would love you to join them to celebrate South Burnett and Cherbourg on Show, where they are offering a wine tasting Masterclass at our cellar door situated within their working winery. Their winemaker, Simon Berry, loves to share his passion and knowledge about wine in Queensland with a focus on their own South Burnett region. Simon will provide an overview of Queensland’s wine regions and an in-depth look at the history and evolution of the industry in the South Burnett. He will then guide you through a selection of his wines while you enjoy a locally sourced cheese plate. You will make interesting discoveries and get insights, tasting notes as well as food pairing ideas and experience a most interesting and entertaining 60 minutes with like-minded wine lovers. Please feel free to stay on for lunch and enjoy one of our homemade wood-fired pizzas. Places are limited. Tickets are free, but essential. Gluten free options are available, please email your requirements after purchasing your tickets.
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30 September 2016
An annual festival of events held over the Queensland long weekend in October to showcase the South Burnett Region and Cherbourg Shire. A range of events that embrace the region's indigenous culture, arts, music, heritage, foods, wines, sports, adventure, natural attractions and country living. Various events held across the region offering something for every taste and interest including attending a Wine Masterclass at Kingsley Grove Estate, getting hands on at a Heritage Day at the Queensland Dairy Museum in Murgon, enjoying a Picnic in the Paddock at Bunya Red Farm, chilling out at the Maidenwell Folk Festival hosted at the Maidenwell Hotel, appreciating fine art at Wondai and Kingaroy Art Galleries, immerse yourself in indigenous culture at Yhurri Gurri US Mob Arts & Cultural Festival, and relax with Music on the Mountains at the Bunya Mountains. Opening dinner Friday 30 September smorgasboard including local wine, hosted at Dimities Cottage Wondai and afterparty at Wondai Hotel presenting Muddy Flats.

The Waterhole Rocks

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13 October 2016
The Nanango A. P. and M. Society Incorporated, (The Nanango Show Society) is presenting the 5th Annual Waterhole Rocks Rock n Roll Campout weekend. The program for this event is actually a combination of three events all combined into one. Rock 'n' Roll music and dancing, Custom Cars and Hot Rods, and competitions with a Car and Vintage Caravan Show Show Show N Shine with Grass Driving and Games. Along with the Rock 'n'Roll bands there will be entertainers performing all weekend with free dance lessions (rock 'n' roll) for the public. The show society will be running a canteen during the weekend and there will be plenty of camping available to patrons who wish to enjoy the event first hand.
1 October 2016
An exciting family heritage day at Queensland Dairy and Heritage Museum Murgon, Saturday October 1. Come and be amazed at how our settlers coped and the ingenuity they displayed in agriculture and domestic activities. A day not to be missed. Attractions on the day include: food and children’s entertainment, entertainment to suit all ages, butter making demonstrations, antique engines, rope making, draft horses, blacksmithing, spinning and leather work, animal nursery, country music, bush poet, antique car display and all things heritage, for some a trip down memory lane and educational for others.
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30 October 2016
The Bunya Mountains Community Markets are held on the last Sunday of every month from 9am to 2pm. Enjoy over 30 market stalls with locally grown produce, homemade products, art and craft. Located within the iconic Bunya Mountains National Park the markets make for a fantastic day out for the entire family. Some of the ‘must-tries’ include a variety of food made with the local Bunya nuts, such as the Bunya burgers, beef and Bunya pies, scones, carrot cake and the famous Bunya nut icecream. There is plenty of space to sit, relax and enjoy a picnic lunch. There is something magical about the Bunya Mountains that forces its visitors to relax; a unique combination of crisp clean mountain air, soaring pines and majestic scenery. Spend days doing as much or as little as you desire. Enjoy a short or long bushwalk, horse cart ride, or immerse yourself in this a bird watcher’s paradise.
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