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Located on the edge of the Great Dividing Range, discover the food bowl region of the South Burnett region, just a two hour drive from Brisbane

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The northern most reaches of Southern Queensland Country hides a produce scene worthy of centering your next holiday. From wine to peanuts, you’ll find every food group in between growing in South Burnett. When you’re not eating and drinking your way around the region, there’s walking trails to explore and wildlife to meet, as you get back to nature at one of the parks in the area, none more famous than the second oldest national park in Queensland, the Bunya Mountains National Park. Your ingredients to a good holiday start in the South Burnett. What’s more, the method is simple with just two steps: rest and relax.

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Travel notice

The southern end of Southern Queensland Country region runs along the NSW border with border crossings at Wallangarra, Texas, Goondiwindi and Legume near Killarney. In the current Covid-19 climate, travel and border restrictions change regularly so we recommend checking the Queensland Health Website before traveling to our region. For current lock down restrictions click here and for travel restrictions to and within Queensland click here. We look forward to welcoming you back to Southern Queensland Country when restrictions are lifted.