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Location Map

The South Burnett region

The South Burnett region of Queensland is located approximately 2 to 3
hours drive north-west of Brisbane, Australia. It covers the area from
the Blackbutt Range through to the borders of Kilkivan Shire.

The principal towns of the South Burnett are:

There are also smaller villages at Cooyar, Maidenwell, Dandabah
(in the Bunya Mountains), Kumbia, Memerambi, Wooroolin,
Proston and Hivesville.

The South Burnett can be reached from:

  • Brisbane either via Ipswich (via the Brisbane Valley Highway
    through Esk) or Caboolture (via the D'Aguilar Highway)
  • Toowoomba via the New England Highway (which terminates
    at Yarraman)
  • Dalby via the Bunya Highway
  • Gympie via the Wide Bay Highway, or
  • Gayndah via the Burnett Highway
The South Burnett relative to Queensland and Australia

Above: The South Burnett is
Queensland's largest wine
producing area. It's also
home to Australia's peanut
and navy bean industries.



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