Monto lies 200 kilometres west of Bundaberg city and is home to a wide variety of both historic, cultural and artistic experiences in the North Burnett.

First settled in 1924 as a result of goldfields of Cania and Monal the township's first buildings were built around 1926.

Lister Street Parkland provides a perfect spot for a picnic or bought lunch, you can take a stroll and view the array of metal and sandstone sculptures by local and visiting artists to the region. Likewise, the Mulgildie Bunyip is a testament to the legend of the Bunyip hole and the historic goldfields and cemetery, Coominglah State Forest and Kalpowar State Forest are all wonderful bush getaways.

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