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Gayndah Queensland


Gayndah attractions

Gayndah is the oldest town in Queensland & is the Citrus Capital of the state.
We are located 362km north of Brisbane on Highway A3 and situated on the banks of the Burnett river.

The following attractions are listed on the Queensland Government Website at https://www.northburnett.qld.gov.au/tourist-attractions/

Lister Street Art Walk – Monto

RV FRIENDLY – view the metal and sandstone sculptures created by local and regional artists in the beautifully landscaped Parkland whilst enjoying a picnic or barbecue.

Monto Community Rest Area/Pioneer Cottage Visitor Information Centre

Situated at the bottom of the main street, this affordable stopover gives the travelling public an opportunity to stay longer in our town to experience the country hospitality and chat with the warm locals.

Cania Gorge National Park, Dam and Lake

A ‘must see’! Discover the Natural Wonder of one of Queensland’s best kept secrets where dramatic ochre coloured sandstone rock formations overlook lush forest gullies.

Beautiful Betsy’ Replica

 Erected on display at the Historical and Cultural Complex – Beautiful Betsy, a Liberator of the 528th Bomb Squadron of the 380th Bomb Group went missing on 26 February 1945 with the loss of 8 lives (6 American and 2 British service personnel, was on a Fat Cat mission from Fenton to Eagle Farm Airfield. The wreckage of “Beautiful Betsy” was not discovered until 49 years later on 2 August 1994.

Gayndah Art Gallery

Open Tuesdays – Sundays 10am – 4pm (closed Mondays and Public Holidays)

Entry Fee: Gold coin donation.

Street address

34 Meson Street

Contact Information

Phone: (07) 4140 8057
Mobile: 0402 158 403
Fax: (07) 4161 2655
Email: gayndahgallery@gmail.com
Contact Name: Michelle Dougherty

Gayndah Museum and Information Centre

OPEN from 9am to 4pm daily
Museum and Visitor Information
Refer Website for Special Events
Operated by the Gayndah & District Historical Society Inc.

Street address

8 Simon Street

Contact Information

Phone: (07) 4161 2226
Mobile: 0429 611 645
Email: secretary.gayndahmuseum@gmail.com
Website: www.gayndahmuseum.com.au
Contact Name: John

Gayndah’s Big Orange

Gifts, Tourist Information, Fruit, Crafts, Coffee & food, orchard tours.

Street address

3 Mick Lutvey Street

Contact Information

Phone: (07) 4161 1500
Mobile: 0427 165 936
Fax: (07) 4161 1500
Email: thebigorange@westnet.com.au
Contact Name: Eric Sturgess

Gleneden Organic Farm and The Gleneden Bullock Team

Servicing: Biggenden, Eidsvold, Gayndah, Monto, Mt Perry, Mundubbera

Welcome to the picturesque Gleneden Valley, home of organic farmers Rohan and Fiona Morris and their working bullock team. Call in to Gleneden Organic Farm for organic food sales and farm tours. Our farm camping ground is a perfect stopover for travellers on the Burnett Highway and holiday makers looking for a rural paradise. Enjoy some scenic tranquility while taking in the splendid view over Gleneden. Get involved in life on an organic farm. Book in for one of our displays, activities and workshops featuring The Gleneden Bullock Team, forgotten bush skills and both traditional and innovative food production techniques. For the energetic we put on our outdoor education hats offering guided bush walks, 4WD tours, cycling and mountain biking. Open daily by appointment.

Street address

111 Slab Creek Road

Contact Information

Mobile: 0429 137 224
Email: rohan@glenedenbullockteam.com.au
Website: www.glenedenbullockteam.com.au
Contact Name: Rohan Morris

Jamie’s 4×4 Centre

Servicing: Monto

Off Road Recovery
Tag-Along Day Tours of Monto District

Contact Information

Mobile: 0448 708 296
Fax: (07) 4166 1241
Email: womble_91@hotmail.com
Website: jamies4x4centre.com
Contact Name: Jamie Harris


Mingo Crossing Caravan and Recreation Park

Servicing: Mt Perry

Caravan Park

The best kept secret between Mount Perry and Gayndah….Set along the banks of the Burnett River and upstream from Paradise Dam, the Recreation Park is surrounded by rural countryside, creating a peaceful and relaxing atmosphere and a perfect spot for all types of water sports including fishing, sailing, skiing and tubing.
3 Stars Rating.
Camping Ground
12 powered Caravan sites
On-side Managers, Kiosk & Booking Office – 24 hour reception
New boat ramp
Parking for cars and boats
2 large undercover BBQ and picnic areas
Amenities Block
Wheelchair friendly
Pets on Application

Street address

2670 Gayndah Mount Perry Road

Contact Information

Phone: (07) 4161 6200
Email: mingo.crossing@northburnett.qld.gov.au
Website: www.northburnett.qld.gov.au
Contact Name: Caretakers

Mundubbera and District Historical Society Inc.

Servicing: Mundubbera

Museum – Open 8.30am to 10.30am Tuesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday or by appointment.

Contacts – Denise: (07) 4165 4271 Beryl: Mob 0427 654 025, Glenice: (07) 4165 3166
or Fred: 0427 654 238

Admission $5.00 per person.

Mundubbera Museum consists of eight local historical buildings that have been moved to the site as well as two large machinery sheds and a citrus industry display building being developed.

On display is a wide range of local memorabilia, furniture, machinery and equipment.

The Museum is owned and operated by Mundubbera and District Historical Society Inc., a non-profit organisation of dedicated volunteers.

Street address

1c Frank McCauley Street
Mundubbera Qld 4626

Contact Information

Phone: (07) 4165 3261
Email: ldoessel@bigpond.net.au
Website: www.northburnett.qld.gov.au
Contact Name: Loris Doessel

Mundubbera Heritage and Information Centre

Servicing: Mundubbera

The friendly volunteers at the Mundubbera Heritage and Visitor Information Centre are only too pleased to assist with your queries and impart their local knowledge of the area.

During your visit, view the displays on early settlement and local industries.

Bicentennial Park, on the banks of the Burnett River, is also home to the Arthur Dagg Walk, a steam train, a tree grown from a seed gathered at Lone Pine Gallipoli, a sensory garden, bush tucker plantation and a series of four metal/rock sculptures entitled �Ceratodus�, �The Picker�, �Cattleman� and �Footprints�. Created by Hervey Bay Stainless Steel Artist, Chris Calcutt the sculptures are based on a concept by Norm & Michelle Harris and represent the natural and human heritage in the Mundubbera district.

Street address

Bicentennial Park
Mundubbera Durong Road

Contact Information

Phone: (07) 4165 5700
Email: admin@northburnett.qld.gov.au
Website: www.northburnett.qld.gov.au

Mundubbera Regional Art Gallery

Servicing: Mundubbera

Business Hours: Monday to Friday 8.30am – 11.30am 12.30pm – 4.30pm. Saturday 9am to 12noon. Gallery will be opened other times by request.

The Mundubbera Regional Art Gallery was opened on the 19th April 2008. It was an initiative of the former Mundubbera Shire Council and was funded jointly by Mundubbera Shire Council and with a grant from the RLIP Funding. The Mundubbera Regional Art Gallery is now supported by the North Burnett Regional Council. Our Gallery is run entirely by volunteers. The Gallery comprises two galleries and a foyer. Many exhibitions have been held including works by local and regional artists.

If anyone wishes to become a volunteer please call at the Gallery and speak with a volunteer on duty.

Mundubbera Art Gallery email: MundArtGallery@northburnett.qld.gov.au

Street address

Lyons Street

Contact Information

Phone: (07) 4165 5726
Mobile: 0429654720
Email: weemillah1@bigpond.com
Contact Name: Sue Allan

Paradise Dam Recreational Park

Servicing: Biggenden

Camping Area

The North Burnett’s newest water storage and fishing destination, Paradise Dam is only 35km north-west from Biggenden and 100km south-west from Bundaberg.
Facilities include:
– Unpowered Sites
– Environmentally Friendly Toilets (no showers)
– Covered Gas Barbecues
– Concrete Boat Ramp
– Fish Cleaning Tables
– Information Centre
– Kiosk/Office
– Generators Permitted
– Pets on Application

Street address

353 Campbells Road

Contact Information

Phone: (07) 4127 7278
Email: paradise.dam@northburnett.qld.gov.au
Contact Name: Caretaker

RM Williams Australian Bush Learning Centre

Servicing: Biggenden, Eidsvold, Gayndah, Monto, Mt Perry, Mundubbera

The legendary RM Williams’footprints are firmly imprinted in Eidsvold’s history and his name graces a centre dedicated to preserving and reviving the area’s unique bush culture.

A Place of Discovery – Discover the spirit of life in the bush. The story of RM Williams, the man, his journey and his profound respect for the Aboriginal people unfolds in the Interpretive Centre.

A Place to Learn New Skills – Learn and experience traditional and contemporary bush ways. Training workshops in bushcrafts, leather work, silversmithing, blacksmithing and arts and crafts feature regularly in the Education Centre.

A Multi-Purpose Place – The Centre is a multi purpose venue available for all occasions and caters for conferences, meetings and has a large outdoor area capable of hosting major events. The Visitor Information Centre is also located at the Centre.

Enquire about hosting your own event or to register for the various workshops and training courses on offer.

Street address

A3 Australia’s Country Way (Burnett Highway)

Contact Information

Phone: (07) 4165 7272
Email: info@rmwilliamscentre.com.au
Website: www.rmwilliamscentre.com.au
Contact Name: Manager

Teddy Bear Cottage

Servicing: Gayndah

Business Hours: Anytime or by appointment for groups.

Teddy bear collection to see and teddy bear and craft items to buy.

Street address

10 Oxford Street

Contact Information

Phone: (07) 4140 8350
Mobile: 0408 199 773
Email: apo04192@bigpond.net.au
Contact Name: Maria Porter

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