The friendly volunteers at the Mundubbera Heritage and Visitor Information Centre are only too pleased to assist with your queries and impart their local knowledge of the area.

During your visit, view the displays on early settlement and local industries.

Bicentennial Park, on the banks of the Burnett River, is also home to the Arthur Dagg Walk, a steam train, a tree grown from a seed gathered at Lone Pine Gallipoli, a sensory garden, bush tucker plantation and a series of four metal/rock sculptures entitled Ceratodus, The Picker, Cattleman, and footprints.

Created by Hervey Bay Stainless Steel Artist, Chris Calcutt the sculptures are based on a concept by Norm & Michelle Harris and represent the natural and human heritage in the Mundubbera district.