• Nanango Golf Club

    Millis Way, Nanango QLD 4615, Australia .

    The Nanango Golf Club is open to anyone looking to experience the joy of golfing. The course is great for golfers, non-golfers, individuals, groups and families. Juniors are encouraged to get involved in club competitions and attend coaching clinics, when available, if interested in improving golf skills. Social 6 hole comps on Wednesday and Friday afternoons and also social 9 hole comps on Thursday and Saturday afternoon provide a great opportunity for golf beginners to learn the sport of golf, or for families or groups to enjoy a relaxed game of golf.

    For more information head over to Nanango Golf Club

  • Bike Trails - NAN1 GRAVEL LOOP

    Mount Stanley Rd, Nanango QLD, Australia .

    Route Length: 31km

    Difficulty: Easy 

    Surface Type: Gravel & bitumen 

    Suitable For: Beginners, and everyone else too. 

    Nanango in the South Burnett is well placed to become a hotspot for gravel riding.

    The NAN1 loop only takes a couple of hours, but it takes in views of typical South Burnett region cattle-grazing countryside, and some rolling hills.

    The ride starts on Mount Stanley Rd which is sealed for the first 7km from Nanango. Once on the dirt, you hit the only long climb of the ride, which takes you all the way to the corner of Mount Stanley Rd and Mylett Lane. That corner marks the high point of the ride, so although it’s not all downhill from here, at least the trend is in your favour.

    Ride through the evocatively named locality of Bullcamp, and imagine the pioneer era as you roll along the tree-lined lane. There’s a couple of lumps and bumps as you head back towards your well-earned refreshments in Nanango. Your BQ writer has tried cheese and spinach rolls at bakeries all over this wide brown land, and the Nanango Bakehouse was a memorable highlight!

    For more information head over to Bicycle Queensland

  • Bike Trails - Link Trail Yarraman to Nanango

    Nanango QLD, Australia .

    The Link Route from Yarraman to Kingaroy via Nanango has been a popular route of cyclists over the last couple of years. This route links the Brisbane Valley Rail Trail at Yarraman to the South Burnett Rail Trail in Kingaroy. The route is 55.5km in length and is a combination of gravel and bitumen backroads and the Stock Route section from Yarraman to Nanango (22kms).

    For more information on the Link Trail and all other trails in the area please visit South Burnett Rail Trail

  • Bunya Mountains National Park

    Bunya Mountains National Park, Bunya Mountains Road, Bunya Mountains QLD, Australia .

    Rainforest-clad peaks shelter the largest stand of ancient bunya pines in the world. Discover cool mountains, rainforests and waterfalls, unique range-top grasslands, panoramic views, colourful birdlife and enthralling stories of times long ago.

    Location: 45 Minute drive from Nanango


    Barker Creek Circuit, Get back to nature on this rainforest track with splendid views of the tallest waterfall in the Bunya Mountains (3-4 hours, 10km walk circuit).

    Barker Creek Lookout Track, Pass picturesque waterfalls on this rainforest stroll to a grassy ‘bald’ with stunning views over Big Falls and the gorge below (2hrs, 5.4 km one way).

    Cherry Plain to Burtons Well Track, Delight in the beauty of nature on the park’s longest west-side walk as you discover rainforest, vine thickets, open forest and scenic lookouts (3-4 hrs, 12km return).

    Mount Kiangarow Walk, Climb the summit of the Bunya Mountains' highest peak, Mt Kiangarow (1,135m) for magnificent panoramas, then stand beneath impressive ancient grasstrees (1hr walk, 2.3 km return).

    Scenic Circuit, Experience ancient bunya pine forest, delightful waterfalls and rock pools, towering trees and sweeping vistas of valleys on this easy walk (1.5 hrs, 4km circuit, easy walking)

    For more tracks and  additional information on each track please visit Parks and Forests QLD

  • Dusty Hill Village

    80 Waterview Drive, Moffatdale QLD, Australia .

    The family owned and operated Dusty Hill Vineyard & Winery in the Barambah Valley is a 35 minute drive from Nanango. 

    Overlooking picturesque Lake Barambah, it is located just below the small village of Moffatdale, near Goomeri and Murgon.   As one of the region's first established wineries, Dusty Hill is highly regarded as an outstanding venue for food and wine with a charming Irish tavern on site. 

    For more information please visit Dusty Hill

  • Moffatdale Ridge

    681 Barambah Street, Wulguru Queensland, Australia .

    “Moffatdale Ridge” is a family owned and operated vineyard in the heart of the South Burnett’s wine growing region Moffatdale. Moffatdale Ridge crafts premium quality wine and liqueurs that are available online, or through our cellar door.

    A 40 minute drive from Nanango, it's definitely worth the drive to visit Moffatdale Ridge Winery and explore how your favourite wine goes from seed, to vine, to table and the entire process involved in nurturing flavours, intensity and style.

    For more information please visit Moffatdale Ridge