Bunya Mountains National Park

Those who make the drive up the winding roads to this 1100-metre-high mountain range near Kingaroy will discover the largest remaining area of towering bunya pines in the world as well as hoop pines, rainforest thickets, bottle trees and 35 kilometres of walking tracks, many of which feature great lookouts. The area is well known for king parrots, crimson rosellas, red-necked wallabies and great barred-frogs. There are three camping grounds, but only the one at Dandabah is suitable for caravans and trailers.

Contact Info

Park ranger: (07) 4668 3127


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