Kingaroy Attractions

 

Cranes Winery

Crane Wines and Kingaroy are less than an hour by car to the majestic rainforests of the Bunya Mountains, and only an hour to the northern end of our South Burnett Wine Trail, the Bjelke-Petersen Dam and Lake Boondooma, and so it makes perfect sense to base your self...

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Burnett War Museum

The Burnett War Memorial Museum is located three kilometres south of Kingaroy, off Goodger Road, next to Kingaroy Airport (access from Warren Truss Drive). The Museum houses a comprehensive display of wartime memorabilia that recognise the important role that Kingaroy...

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Peanut Van

The Peanut Van was established way back in 1969. Over the many decades since we've serviced hundreds of thousands of customers from all over Australia and the world, won lots of tourism awards and been recognised nationally (and even internationally) as one of...

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Taste South Burnett

Now in a modern, larger, more central location, right in the heart of Kingaroy's Central Business District! They are the one stop shop for all your regional gourmet and artisan deli foods as well as acting as the cellar door for local boutique wineries, including...

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Kingaroy Satellite Cinema

Satellite Cinema boasts true comfortable cinema seating, the latest Digital Theatre Sound and 3D viewing, and of course, the latest blockbusters. KINGAROY SATELLITE CINEMA 4 SHORT STREET KINGAROY INFOLINE (DURING MOVIES) - 07 4162 7199. BOOKING (AFTER 10AM)        -...

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Pottique Lavendar Farm

The Lavender Farm at Pottique delights thousands of visitors to the South Burnett region every year so next time you are in the region, call in and say hello! he Lavender Farm (located in the grounds of Pottique just outside Kingaroy, Queensland) has the largest...

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Mt Wooroolin

Mt Wooroolin Lookout was developed by Kingaroy Shire Council in 1988 as a Bicenntennial project. The mountain is a declared nature reserve and both the lookout and its immediate surroundings are maintained by Kingaroy Shire Council. Mt Wooroolin's lookout is an...

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Kingsley Grove Winery

Kingsley Grove vineyard lies within the South Burnett Region of Queensland near to the regional town of Kingaroy, which is about 21/2 hours drive from Brisbane. Kingaroy is traditionally recognised for growing Peanuts and Navy Beans, and has been growing wine grapes...

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Kingaroy Observatory

The Observatory was originally established in Maidenwell in 2004 before being moved to the Kingaroy Airport in 2015. Your host is astronomer James Barclay who has over 60 years of experience. You have the choice of Day or Night shows when booking a visit at the...

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Kingaroy Regional Art Gallery

The Kingaroy Regional Art Gallery offers diverse schedule of exhibitions by local and visiting artists in three gallery spaces, often including a themed exhibition from the South Burnett Regional Council's art collection. Shop 38 at the gallery is the best showcase...

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Kingaroy Apex Park

Apex Park is the site of the first public hospital in Kingaroy and was developed by the Apex Club in the mid 1960s. The large trees you see today are the original plantings from the hospital grounds. A resident of the area donated the steam engine in the centre of the...

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Kingaroy Heritage Museum

Formerly the Kingaroy Power House (1925-1952), the Kingaroy Heritage Museum showcases the history of the Kingaroy region under the themes of 'People, Power and Peanuts'. The early development of town and region is illustrated by informative displays and a large...

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Kingaroy Information Centre

The South Burnett Visitor Information Centre is situated in the Kingaroy Information Art and Heritage Precinct located on Haly Street in Kingaroy. This accredited visitor information centre offers a one stop shop for travel information including maps, brochures, and...

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