Follow a scenic drive through Esk and country villages of Hampton and Crows Nest, explore beautifully maintained historic buildings at Crows Nest Museum, enjoy a country lunch at Maidenwell Trading Post, drive beneath stunning rainforest canopies and ancient bunya pines to
Bunya Mountains National Park. Relax in your private self-contained Bunya Mountains Chalet.

Route Details:

Level of Difficulty: Grade 1

Itinerary Route: One way

Mode of Travel: Motorcycle

Discover cool mountains, rainforests and waterfalls on a selection of spectacular walking tracks in the Bunya Mountains National Park. Enjoy the privacy of your Bunya Mountain chalet, hand feed King Parrots and Crimson Rosellas, tour private rainforest in a Clydesdale drawn wagon and enjoy the simple pleasure of billy tea and damper. Watch for the Chocolate Wattled Bat at dusk and try your luck at spotting nocturnal animals.

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Mode of Travel: Walk

Follow the Kingaroy Road to the picturesque township of Bell in the foothills of the Bunya Mountains and visit Bluebelles Gallery, featuring local art work. Discover heritage listed Jimbour House and tour the grounds and magnificent gardens of this French classic sandstone homestead, built in 1875. Travel east along the Warrego Way to the heritage-listed Woolshed at Jondaryan – the largest and oldest operating woolshed of its kind in the world. Download the self-guided tour app for an interactive walk through restored colonial buildings and the original Woolshed building. Return to Brisbane via the Warrego Way.

Route Details:

Itinerary Route: One way

Mode of Travel: Car

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Bunya Mountains QLD

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Journey duration

3.5 hours


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