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Jenny Wren

Bunya Mountains Title Estate

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Riberry House

Bunya Mountains Title Estate

From $140/night

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Tuggan Tuggan

Bunya Mountains Chalets

From $170/night

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Hutch

Bunya Mountains Local Village

From $130/night

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Aliana

Bunya Mountains Rainforest Estate

From $230/night

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Magic Heights

Bunya Mountains Rainforest Estate

From $160/night

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The Bunya Mountains is a spectacular wilderness range forming an isolated section of the Great Dividing Range situated about 150km from the coast and lying almost centrally between Kingaroy and Dalby. The Bunya Mountains is pristine, peaceful and spectacular, yet only 2½ – 3 hours from Brisbane and 3 – 4 hours from both coasts.

The immense subtropical range of cool, green rainforest, eucalypt forests and woodlands is home to the world’s largest forest of bunya pines. Dome shaped bunya pines graciously raise their majestic heads above the forest canopy crowning a magnificent green splendour. High altitude grasslands include rare grasses of international interest.

Learn more about the Bunya Mountains

Bunya Mountains Markets

The Bunya Mountains Markets are held on the last Sunday of every month. Markets operate from 9am to 2pm.

Come and See

Poppies on the Hill Café

Choose to enjoy your meal, coffee or snacks inside our spacious and attractive venue overlooking the rainforest or sit outside interacting with and enjoying the company of our native birds and animals.

Take a Look

It's not just us, everyone loves the Bunya Mountains! More reviews.

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— Karen Behm about Arcadia Heights

Don't really want to write a great review, more people may discover what a wonderful place it is, and we may not be able to get a space next year. Green relaxation, lazy days, abundant wildlife, all you need to recharge. Some silly people even go walking. Family has been gathering up there for 11 years, to celebrate Mum's birthday, and could think of nowhere better. Do be aware of the Lions, Tigers and Bears (just kidding, trying to keep the mountains a secret).

— Michael ANDERSEN about Toolburra

My husband and I have stayed at R&R a number of times. What keeps us coming back is the person touches, the toiletries etc that makes our stay extra special. Although R&R has other houses around it, we feel we are the only ones around. It is private and the outlook is superb, over a bunya clad valley. The disable facilities is an added touch when we have our mother stay with us, as well as having bedrooms, toilet and shower downstairs for extra privacy. We love R&R and we LOVE the Bunyas.

— Janelle Dyer about R & R

Amazing property. Couldn’t have asked for more. Fully self contained, everything you could possibly need. A home away from home. Very clean and comfortable. Great deck. Lovely outlook. Beautiful sunset on the first night.

— Kerry Robertson about Ecos

A wonderful place, a wonderful time. There 2nd and 3rd October 2018. Everything was great and it is likely we will return again in the near future. We gave you a bit of a hard time Laura but thanks for your help and Riberry certainly was the place for us.

— John Young about Riberry House