Start your Western Downs Adventure in Dalby

So many people ask us what there is to do in Dalby so we thought we should put together a little blog post on some of our favourite attractions.

The Curly Carrot: a great little spot to stop on the drive out from Brisbane. Offering a delicious and healthy breakfast or lunch menu, the Curly Carrot is a great place to stop when the hunger pains get too much.

Picnic Point Lookout: if you are coming through Toowoomba, make sure you look for the signs to Picnic Point Lookout. Perched atop the Great Dividing Range, Picnic Point offers sweeping views of the Lockyer Valley and beyond plus a kids playground, café, toilets, kids train on weekends and the perfect selfie spot. A must do on the drive.

Bunya Mountains National Park: hiding amongst the rainforest you will find the worlds largest collection of ancient bunya pines. A lovely cool place to visit on a hot summer day, the Bunya Mountains National Park is home to waterfalls, mountains, rainforests and 215 species of colourful birdlife.

Jimbour Historic Homestead: located just 25 minutes’ drive from Dalby, Jimbour is the perfect place to step back in time and explore the history of the Southern Downs. We recommend booking ahead and joining a tour followed by a delicious high tea served on the lawn. Pre-booking is essential, come and see us at reception and we can provide further information.

Jandowae: World famous as the northern end of the World’s Longest Fence, Jandowae is brimming with historic attractions, heritage shop fronts and the oh so creatively named Top Pub, Middle Pub and Bottom Pub.

For more information, give us a call on 07 4662 2255.

Whatever you choose to do, be sure to tag us in your photos on Facebook. We love to see what adventures our wonderful guests have been on.