1. Pottique Lavendar Farm
Established in 1981, Pottique Lavender Farm is one of Australia’s largest lavender retailers and produces goods such as lavender scones, teas, ice creams, soft drink and more recently, cheese. The farm is open to all visitors on weekends from 10am – 4.30pm.
2. Kingsley Grove Estate
Located within 10 minutes of Kingaroy, Kingsley Grove Estate is a family-owned and operated winery that was established in 1998 when the first vines were planted on the site. From berry to bottle, they produce eleven varietal of wines that you can sample while on-site. The Estate is also home to an impressive wedding and events centre.
3. Kingaroy Peanut Van
As one of Australia’s top producers of peanuts, it’s no wonder The Kingaroy Peanut Van has become a stalwart in the regional town since its opening in 1969. At their roadside van, you can sample and purchase a delicious variety of natural and flavoured peanuts. Flavours range from salted to maple bacon. There’s even peanut brittle for the sweet tooth! No visit to the South Burnett region is complete without a pit stop here.
4. South Burnett Rail Trail
Are you the type that enjoys getting amongst the great outdoors? Then exploring the South Burnett Rail Trail is a must. This bitumen sealed trail follows the route of the former railway line that connected Kingaroy to Murgonis, and is suitable for all ages. With two separate trails to explore by foot or bike, you will enjoy some of the best country scenery while getting your dose of exercise for the day.
5. Kingaroy Heritage Museum
Delve into Kingaroy’s colonial past at the Heritage Museum, located in the town’s centre. Here you’ll be transported back to decades gone by, witnessing agricultural machinery used by local peanut farmers and local architecture from the 1920s. The museum is open seven days a week from 9am.