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River Walk at Bicentennial Park

Getting here

Mundubbera is located mid-way between Brisbane and Rockhampton on the A3 Burnett Highway - Australia's Country Way. The quiet alternative tourist route, Rural Getaway between New South Wales and Queensland feeds into Mundubbera, a diverse rural centre located at the meeting place of the Burnett, Boyne and Auburn Rivers approximately 370km north of Brisbane.

Things to do

Bicentennial Park 

There are a variety of things throughout the park to visit including an historic steam engine and a series of sculptures that are made of metal and rock representing the natural and human heritage in the Mundubbera District. These sculptures are entitled, Ceratodus, The Picker, Cattleman and Footprints.

Another point of interest is a tree that has been grown from a seed that was gathered at Lone Pine, Gallipoli.

Water tank mural
Water tank mural

Wander through the sensory garden and bush tucker plantation then take the scenic 'Arthur Dagg Walk' which is approximately 700 metres long which will take you to the centre of town.

The park is wheelchair friendly and has picnic facilities, BBQ, toilets and children's playground. There is parking for coaches and caravans. Located beside Strathdee Street (Mundubbera/Durong Road) near the Dimitros Bridge which crosses the Burnett River.

Heritage Visitor Information Centre

Drop into the Mundubbera Heritage Centre to view a fully restored wagon, historical displays, and several photographic displays of early settlement and industry. Tourism information is also available at the Centre.

Art Gallery

Take the time to have a stroll down town and visit the Art Gallery opened in April 2008 and is definitely worth a visit. The Gallery is climate controlled and capable of displaying national art works. Many exhibitions have been held including works by local and regional textile artists, silversmiths and quilters. Located in the library building in Lyons Street.

Water tank Mural

Check out the mural that is painted on the water tower at the pumping station. It depicts the meeting of the Boyne, Auburn and Burnett Rivers with lots of native flora and fauna tucked into the scenes. It was painted in 1997 and it has become a local icon. Located in Strathdee Street, not far from the Dimitios Bridge which crosses the Burnett River south of the town

Wain's Hill Lookout

Take a drive along the Gayndah Mundubbera Road, it follows the twists and urns of the Burnett River. Perched on a hill, Wain's Hill Lookout gives a great view over the river and surrounding grazing land, owned by the Wain family, who have been residents in the distict for many generations. 

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Wain's Hill Lookout

There is plenty of room to pull in with a caravan and take a break at the picnic table.

Jaycee Park 

Located on the hill overlooking Mundubbera, Jaycee Park is a convenient place for a rest stop. Stretch your legs and have a look at the large mural painted by local Aboriginal artist Malcolm Brown. It's bright colours 

During certain times of the year a Driver Reviver operates on site.

Facilities: RV 24hr Stop, public toilets, sheltered picnic tables, playground and artwork.

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Local Indigenous artist Malcolm Brown's mural at Jaycee Park

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