With 40 kilometres of trails to explore – ranging from 500 metres to 10 kilometres – stop by the Visitor Information Centre and grab a map to help plan your adventure.
Get up close with some of the Bunya Mountains noisiest residents – Australian King Parrots and Crimson Rosellas as you hold out a tray to feed them each morning or afternoon.
Kick back on the lawn outside the grocery store with a barista-made coffee and hang with the native kangaroos and wallabies that claim this stretch of grass each day.
Wind down from a day’s adventure at the Bunya café and bistro and prepare for the sunset show where the sky is blanketed by chocolate wattled bats.
Bunya Mountains to Brisbane
Depending on how much time you have, there are three options to get you home. Take the northern route back to Brisbane and travel along the D’Aguilar Highway via Blackbutt towards Caboolture.
Or, if your feet are ready for more, put Crows Nest in the GPS. Fill the tummy at My Little Blueberry before arriving at Crows Nest National Park, offering creek views, granite outcrops, and a waterfall
this eucalypt forest is a joy for nature lovers. You may even spy a brush-tailed
rock-wallaby or, if luck's in, a platypus.
If you prefer to take the 220-kilometre drive at a leisurely pace, explore the small country towns of Maidenwell, Yarraman, and Blackbutt along the way.
Stock up on locally made sauces and relishes from the Maidenwell Trading Post and grab a barista-made coffee for the road.