Eumundi Gubbi Gubbi people – poss: ‘ngumundi’ (black snake) There is a blend of old and new within Eumundi; of hippy and hipsters. The streets are lined with historical buildings, modern art galleries, boutique wineries and local history museums. The town is a must-do for anyone passing through the Sunshine Coast hinterland. Every Saturday and … Read more

Numinbah Valley

Numinbah Valley ‘hold tight country’ from ‘nyummin’, meaning tight Numinbah Valley is a little village nestled in between Springbrook Mountain and Beechmont. It is the Valley time forgot, with the Nerang River running though old dairy farms of the past, all towards the area’s beautiful heritage listed community hall. Numinbah Valley has many bushwalkers enjoying … Read more


Texas Gunggari and Bidjara people On paper, Texas has a romantic history that can rival Deadwood. Named after the US land dispute, but in honour of a local one between two brothers and some post-gold rush squatters, Texas earned its stripes with farming, silver mining and tobacco. Driving on the meandering road over the Dumaresq … Read more

St George

St George Mandandanji and Kamilaroi people The fish are jumping, and the cotton’s high – St George is known as the Fishing Capital of Inland Queensland and is home to Murray Cod, Yellowbelly, Golden Perch, and Silver Perch..You’re likely to have encountered emus running alongside your vehicle on the way into town, their brown feathers … Read more

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