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Firetail

Bunya Mountains Title Estate

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Alandra

Alandra

Bunya Mountains Rainforest Estate

From $230/night

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Eden

Eden

Bunya Mountains Title Estate

From $120/night

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Brindavan

Bunya Mountains Local Village

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Ana Pana

Bunya Mountains Title Estate

From $150/night

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Waldeslust

Bunya Mountains Local Village

From $130/night

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Jenny Wren

Bunya Mountains Title Estate

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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.

I would like to suggest screen doors on the front and back doors - it was quite hot there on the weekend but we needed to keep them closed to stop insects and various birds including dome very determined scrub turkeys coming inside. Also, when we arrived the fridge was switched off and the doors were closed which meant the fridge smelled and there was a covering of mould on all the shelves. I can appreciate reducing electricty use but I would prefer to arrive at my accomodation to a cold fridge. The lounge is comfy and the bathroom and laundry nice and roomy. The expansive lawn and the position gave a nice feeling of privacy.

— Anita Erba about Whispering Pines

Lovely home. We had a great time.

— Tom Bloore about Kiah

No gas BBQ was the only disappointment, Regards

— shaner sax about Godshill Lodge

Very enjoyable stay, great house and nice environment

— Nick Murphy about Oodgeroo

Was great. Only flat batteries in outside clock in back verandah. The vacuum cleaner head was blocked up, husband cleared it to get better suction. One loose tile in front of toilet. Otherwise, fantastic, beautiful, clean. Can understand now why verandahs are enclosed, birds. Could hear & see bush turkeys fly up on neighbours verandah. We took things along that we didn’t need ie washing powder, s/wich toaster, fry pan, pegs other stuff as well. The male bush turkey, what a character, love him although he is a bit pesky. I seriously considered asking if we could have stayed this week as well.

— Cheryl Kearton about Boobook