Bunya Mountains National Park, Bunya Mountains

Categories: National Parks, Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
4.8/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web
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. To visit Bunya Mountains National Park on your holiday in Bunya Mountains, and find out what else Bunya Mountains has to offer, use our Bunya Mountains vacation route planner.
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  • A hidden gem. Great country drive from Brisbane. Walk in the rainforest on numerous tracks. Surrounded by wallabies/bird life. Cafes, restaurant and accommodation including camp site nearby. Magical 
  • It's become a family tradition now to head to the Bunya Mountains each year in Spring. Dandabah camping ground at the Bunya Mountains is essentially an open paddock. Expect tents next to decked-out ca...  read more »
  • what a beautiful place to visit or stay. upclose and personel encounters with Australian wildlife as they interact with you. Wonderful walking tracks,well maintained and marked through pristine Bunya ...  read more »
  • A nice stop for a day visit or for a holiday destination. Be prepared to walk the tracks to get to the notable viewing areas either side of the mountain and many picturesque waterfalls.
  • Beautiful nature. Clean fresh air. Beautiful birdlife.
  • Wow what a wonderful part of Australia, just be aware the roads are VERY WINDY on the way up. Worth it though!!
  • An enjoyable experience, nice place to have a picnic or BBQ. Lovely walking tracks
  • The national park is great day for the family. It about 45 mins from kingaroy and walking path are well maintained. You do need to semi fit to the walk the paths to see the true the rain forest and buna trees. Awesome day out.