Discover South Burnett
Located on the edge of the Great Dividing Range, the South Burnett is an easy 2-hour drive north-west of Brisbane and is directly west of the Sunshine Coast. If you're a fan of the great outdoors we have plenty to offer in the way of fishing, bushwalking, bird watching and four-wheel driving. The region has two of the largest inland waterways in the form of Lake Boondooma and Bjelke-Petersen Dam (Lake Barambah) which are perfect for water sports, fishing and getaways to suit any season.
For those looking for something a little more laid back, visit the wineries and cellar doors scattered throughout the region and sample the best that Queensland's newest wine region has sto offer. Throw in some local cheese, olives, Bunya nuts, capers, jams, chutneys and traditonally smoked smallgoods and you'll never want to leave!
At the end of a long day of touring the picturesque South Burnett you can look forward to a good nght's sleep at one of the many B&Bs, self-contained cabins and farmstays nextled into the natural landscape. We have plenty of room to move and plenty of RV friendly options for you and your caravan. Call into one of our Visitor Information Centres and ask about your nearest spto to stop, rest and soak up the natural beauty of our region. Most of our caravan parks are within a few kilometres of other local amenites and activities such as bowling and golf clubs, hospital, restaurants, shops and pubs. Make sure you book in peak season to avoid disappointment! If you're looking to escape the city hustle and bustle for just a few days or perhaps a well-deserved extended getaway, you can expect a warm welcome and genuine country hospitality.
Please see our Discover South Burnett page for further information about the South Burnett