Historical Wool Scour

The Blackall Woolscour is a heritage listed wool scour built from 1900s to 1920s, and operated until the late 1970s. It was restored in the 2000s and now operates as a museum. Along with the wool washing and drying tanks, the museum has a 20 stand shearing shed, large sheep yards, shearers’ quarters, cook house, … Read more

Pottique Lavender Farm

Pottique Lavender Farm started by selling pottery and antiques imported from the UK. The lavender farm was added in 1996, along with a cafe with lavender flavoured items on the menu. Enjoy some lavender scones with lavender tea, or have a lavender ice-cream and wash it down with some lavender soft drink. If wine and … Read more

Kingaroy Heritage Museum

The Kingaroy Heritage Museum is adjoined to the Kingaroy Information Centre. Peanuts are the predominant theme in this museum, with other heritage items from the area. The machinery from the peanut industry start from early examples adapted from other agriculture equipment, such as a planter originally built as a corn planter and modified to plant … Read more

Queensland Dairy & Heritage Museum

The Queensland Dairy and Heritage Museum have some displays on the dairy industry, including memorabilia of the dairy industry, separators and machinery, and machinery from Murgon Butter factory and the butter and cheese industry. Its collection is far broader with many heritage exhibits and a number of buildings relocated from the town. Murgon’s first house built … Read more

Lavender Farm

Amandine Lavender is a small family owned and operated the lavender farm near Bargara. Originally a third generation sugarcane farm, it was changed to introduce an alternative industry to the sugarcane. It is a boutique farm, growing lavender to supply the onsite gift shop. It grows a range of lavender varieties, predominately Grey French Lavender … Read more

Fairymead House

Fairymead House, sugar industry museum at the Bundaberg Botanic Gardens Complex

Fairymead House is an old plantation house built in the late 1800s as the family home of the Young family who established Fairymead Plantation and Fairymead Sugar Mill. The home is located in the Bundaberg Botanical Gardens, one of 3 attractions that can be visited at the same place, the other two being Hinkler Aviation … Read more

Silo Hill

This may be a bit of a cheat, as it isn’t a road authority tourist sign. There is a sign, it is brown with white lettering, and it is interesting so it’s made it in here – as a brown sign! Silo Hill in Stroud is along the Thunderbolt Way. Silo Hill contains 8 underground … Read more