The South Burnett is a bird watchers dream; possessing a diverse array of habitats, the South Burnett hosts a variety of birds that even the most avid bird watcher aspires to see.
The diversity of habitats from dry rainforest and hoop pine forests, to expansive water masses, open woodlands and soft vine scrub will ensure prolific bird life all year round.... more
The South Burnett is ideally situated two and a half hours from Brisbane, the Sunshine and Fraser Coasts. It is fringed by the pine-clad Bunya Mountains to the south-west, the hoop-pine covered Blackbutt Range to the east and the historic Burnett Range to the north.
The South Burnett is a 'must' - whether you're interested in wine tasting, cultural heritage, bushwalking, camping, fossicking, arts and crafts or simply enjoying country hospitality during a farmstay holiday. Whilst in the region, sample the produce from Queensland's fastest growing wine and olive region, scout for antiques in local stores, go camping in the Bunya Mountains, fishing at one of the many well-stocked dams, mountain bike riding or four-wheel-driving.
The following locations have been chosen so that bird watching enthusiasts can discover a variety of habitats, species of birds and even uncover a few endangered and rare species. Features such as bird hides, viewing platforms, lookouts and walking tracks will make your bird watching experience more pleasurable.
Pack your walking shoes, picnic, hat, bird book and binoculars and record your own list of sightings in the South Burnett.... less
Bird spotting in the South Burnett is a fun activity to occupy children.
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