Bunya Mountains National Park, Bunya Mountains

4.8
#33 of 231 in Nature in Queensland
Accessed by winding roads and boasting a wide range of trails and tracks, a sprawling nature reserve of some 117 sq km (45.2 sq mi), Bunya Mountains National Park captivates with a spectacular combination of tall forest, rolling hills, lush pastoral land, and panoramic views. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Bunya Mountains National Park by using our Bunya Mountains trip itinerary builder website .
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  • I have been visiting the Bunya Mountains National Park for almost 20 years. I have just returned from a visit and found that walking track maintenance is at all time low. Two tracks were closed, one o...  more »
  • Amazing Forest walking tracks, and wildlife everywhere. the restaurant and Cafe are nice but a little expensive. Closed community accommodation is quite affordable and very well maintained. A very maj...  more »
  • Bring your woolies as it gets cold here even when the sun is out. Nice walks in the forest with some good lookouts but not a lot of water over the falls. Cpground is exxellent but apparently crowded a...  more »
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  • Worth a visit. There's some scenic bush walks and plenty of wildlife; Wallabies, blue fairy wrens, yellow robbins and stacks of different parrots. It's a nice idea to spend a few nights here in winter, rent a cabin and get the wood burner fired up before sunset. Then sit back and look out the window or sit on your deck and tune into the wildlife as darkness falls.
  • Awesome place for a easy walk or a big walk on the many walking tracks. There is also a restaurant, convenience store and a cafe over at Camelot function centre. Great for either a day trip or stay a few days at one of the many holiday homes here!!
  • We come here every winter, it's Queensland's best kept secret. Magical beauty at every turn. I'm in love with the sound of the Whip Bird. Thousands of sunbathing Wallabies make me smile everyday. Mulled wine on the woodfire is the best way to cap off a perfect day.
  • Great place for hiking and bird watching. The scenic track is well graded and well worth doing. Cafe near the main parking area was a little pricey, but the food was good!
  • Great facilities! Awesome walking tracks. Really nice picnic area with lots of space and tables.

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