Often asked: How To Get To Bunya Mountains?

What to take to Bunya Mountains?

We may have a spare.

  • What do we need to bring? Linen – sheets, towels, pillowcases, tea towels and bath mats.
  • From Brisbane.
  • From Toowoomba.
  • From Kingaroy.
  • From Yarraman.
  • From Dalby.
  • Bunya Mountai ns Accommodation Office Entry.

Can you take a caravan to Bunya Mountains?

Access: The camping area can be reached by conventional vehicle. The open campsites are available to trailers, caravans and buses. All roads to the Bunya Mountains are steep, narrow and winding. Discretion is urged with respect to caravans, large motorhomes and large buses.

How far are the Bunya Mountains from Dalby?

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.

How far is Bell from Bunya Mountains?

Distance between Bell and Bunya Mountains. It takes 9 minutes to travel from Bell to Bunya Mountains. Approximate driving distance between Bell and Bunya Mountains is 8 kms or 5 miles or 4.3 nautical miles.

Can you swim at the Bunya Mountains?

Summer is a high fire risk time in the Bunya Mountains. The small mountain streams are very sensitive to disturbance and not suitable for swimming.

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Is there mobile phone reception at Bunya Mountains?

Wifi and mobile reception can be patchy. Best reception is at Fishers Lookout. Your compendium has more detailed information on what to do at Bunya Mountains and surrounds, how to start your log fire etc.

Is Bunya closed?

The 0.5Km Bunya Bunya Walk is closed till Aug 2021.

Where is Neurum Creek?

Neurum Creek camping area is in the North D’Aguilar section of D’Aguilar National Park, about 76km from the city of Brisbane.

Does it snow in the Bunya Mountains?

TOURISTS from south-east Queensland flocked to the Bunya Mountains to catch a glimpse of the wild weather conditions. Although little or no snow fell on the mountains, parts of the Bunyas were covered in white frost and ice. Parts of the mountain received very little frost, with the heaviest hitting near Mt Mowbullan.

Is Bunya Mountains sealed?

From Kingaroy(north-east of the park) Take the road through Kumbia and 4km later turn left towards the Bunya Mountains. These roads are sealed.

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