INTERESTING FACT: The South Burnett isn’t just home to peanuts and wine… It’s home to two Rail Trails, three Dams, Queensland’s second largest National Park, an ancient mountain, an icy water hole and a number of other amazing outdoor experiences for visitors to discover.
The natural wonders of the South Burnett are among the most unique and majestic places to discover. From an ancient Boat Mountain, shaped like an upturned boat to an icy Coomba Falls water hole hidden in a land before time.
To truly appreciate the regions natural attractions why not visit one of the many National Parks or reserves scattered throughout the South Burnett. From the world’s largest stand of Bunya Pines at the Bunya Mountains National Park to the scenic forest, and inviting waters of Emu Creek at Benarkin State forest. Take in the fresh air, enjoy the scenic views and camp out under the stars as nature intended.