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Bunya Mountains National Park

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Beautiful

We have been going to The Bunyas for years with a group of friends, it is always beautiful with... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
Sunshineqld
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Noosa, Australia
Wonderful National Park

I visited Bunya NP for one nite but arrived early enuff the previous day to be able to complete the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Wally H
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Perth, Australia
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Bunya Avenue, Bunya Mountains, Queensland 2004, Australia
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+61 7 4668 3127
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Reviewed 5 days ago

We have been going to The Bunyas for years with a group of friends, it is always beautiful with many walks through the forests, the Paddy Melons are everywhere and often with babies still in the pouch, lovely Idealic place to visit.

Thank Sunshineqld
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I visited Bunya NP for one nite but arrived early enuff the previous day to be able to complete the Barkers Creek Circuit before setting up my camp. This hike is a 10 km walk, with a 750 m extra link to the Barkers Creek...More

Thank Wally H
Reviewed 8 July 2018

The Bunyas are special as the are an isolated rainforest in a sea of dry plain land. The walks are good though some have not been repaired in over a year: obviously the QLD govt thinks building movie studios is more important than repairing national...More

Thank Deemon72
Reviewed 3 July 2018 via mobile

Stayed for 3 nights in one of the great little chalet style cabins (Bunya Accommodation) with friends. Very relaxing, everything in walking distance - wallabies and native animals everywhere, beautiful bush walks, feeding parrots from our balcony, cosy fireplace at night. Kids were able to...More

2  Thank david e
Reviewed 30 June 2018

I’ve been to Bunya Mountains four times, day trips twice and camping twice, each time has been outstanding. The walks, the scenery, the wildlife, the food all combine to make this place a thoroughly enjoyable and memorable experience. If you enjoy whiskey, visit the bar,...More

1  Thank chriswbest
Reviewed 9 May 2018

A lot of photos were taken while walking on the track. Wallabies were spotted along the track multiple times. Nice view!

Thank itsokmembership
Reviewed 7 May 2018

The Bunya Mountains have been our favourite place to escape the real world. We love the bushwalks and have tackled all the tracks over our various visits. We have stayed in 4 different chalets/houses on the mountain and never been disappointed. We love the peacefulness...More

Thank Micagh
Reviewed 30 April 2018 via mobile

We had never heard of Bunya Mountains before visiting this week-end. What a hidden gem! Loads of scenic and varied walks to discover. Lots of wallabies everywhere. Good choice of self-catering accommodation. There are also several places to eat. Poppies, a standard cafe and The...More

1  Thank Michelle B
Reviewed 15 April 2018

Walks were maintained well. Lots of trees down in the park. Plenty of fungi to photograph and lots of birds. Very popular for all ages. No decent rain so the waterfalls were not running.

Thank Noelene61
Reviewed 14 April 2018

It is lovely to visit or camp there or rent a weekender. It is only about 45 mins from Toowoomba. A great place to get away.

Thank Judi R
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Showponie2
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Response from DACCLES | Reviewed this property |
Sorry I can't help but I approach the mountain from the Toowoomba side. I do hope someone is able to help you. Cheers....Darryl.
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alison h
24 November 2015|
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Response from Eurong M | Reviewed this property |
As the previous reviewer stated it is very busy, and the only way you can camp is with a national park permit. As there are limited rough camp sites you would have to contact parks to find availability. The other option is... More
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trav f
10 February 2015|
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Response from Alexgirl60 | Reviewed this property |
Trv, My son, some friends and family have been going to Bunya Mtns for over 13 years on and off. This year we return after a break of 3 years due to an illness. We go in winter time and it is cosy and less chance of snakes... More
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