Gympie

  • If you're looking for some warm country hospitality you'll find it in Gympie - the heritage and cultural centre of the Cooloola region. With a rich mining history, the town was founded in 1867 after prospector James Nash discovered gold at the site now occupied by the town hall. Back then Queensland was facing bankruptcy due to the drought and a fall in wool prices. Nash's discovery and the gold rush that followed resulted in Gympie gaining a reputation as the 'Town that Saved Queensland'. These days Gympie is a popular place for travellers to stop for a cup of

  • Brooyar State Forest
    Brooyar State Forest

    Brooyar State Forest features sandstone cliffs, hoop pine plantations and a mix of tall open

  • The Valley Rattler
    The Valley Rattler

    The Valley Rattler operates steam train tours through the Mary Valley every Wednesday, Saturday and

  • Kiah Park Horse Camp
    Kiah Park Horse Camp

    Kiah Park offers horse riding camps for children ages six years to teens - all

  • Gympie Memorial Park
    Gympie Memorial Park

    A triangular-shaped park with lawns, well-tended garden beds and shady trees creates the perfect spot

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