Tour Wallaville HALL

Wallaville

Wallaville   Taribelung Bunda, Goreng Goreng, Gurang and Baillai people   WALLAVILLE SHOW CANCELLED DUE TO SEVERE WEATHER WARNINGS: Ticket holders will be contacted again early next week. STAY SAFE! The Burnett River is home to the Burnett Salmon (lungfish) one of the oldest surviving species in the world and also to Wallaville, a tiny…

Yepoon

Yeppoon

Yeppoon Darumbal people: from ‘Yeppen-Yeppen’ (thunder)   With a stunning backdrop of offshore islands, the sparkling azure of the Pacific and towering Norfolk pines, Yeppoon has built a reputation as both a visually striking tourist town and a saviour for summer tastebuds (plenty of mangos come from Yeppoon). If island hopping is your thing, you…

Tour Mt Mee Hall

Mt Mee

Mt Mee Jinibara people, place orig ‘Dahmongah’ – flying squirrel   A drive up to Mount Mee is likely to be slow, your vehicle crawling along the roads as you crane your neck to try to safely check out the breath-taking views of the Sunshine Coast hinterland. Take in the spectacular panorama of all of…

Chinchilla

Chinchilla/Boonarga Barangun people, name der. from local word for Cypress Pine, Jinchilla This is easily one of the best ‘hall-stories’ on the tour – the only hall in the world known to be dedicated to a moth. Still the best example of bio-control ever, a South American moth rid the Aussie outback of evil cacti…