Boondooma Homestead


4.6 from 28 users


8262 Mundubbera-Durong Rd, Boondooma, Queensland

(07) 4168-0159


Boondooma Homestead was the centre of the original Boondooma Station, which was settled in 1846 by three young Scotsmen. It was originally bounded by the hill east of Proston, Brovinia Creek to the north, Darr Creek to the south, and the Dividing Range to the west a total of nearly 1,000 square miles. As Boondooma Homestead is on the north-west gateway to and from the South Burnett region, travellers find it a convenient place to stop and enjoy the peace and quiet. Natural grass sites in an historical setting are available for tourists. Time limits apply. Toilet facilities are available, however there are no showers. Pets are allowed if they are kept under control. Overnight camping fees are payable to the resident Caretaker.

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Lat: -26.202928 Lng: 151.292422

User Reviews



We really enjoyed our stay here a few nights ago. Very peaceful spot overlooking the dam. Kerry and Anne were friendly and helpful, and the amenities were clean. Wifi signal a bit dodgy but that is to be expected in such a location. Would happily visit again.


Brad N Jo

Stayed for only a night. Really quiet. Absolutely love the setup. Will return.


Razza & Sue

We just spent 2 nights at the Boondooma Homestead campgrounds. It is a great peaceful and quiet spot with a lot of historic buildings. The caretakers Kerrie and Anne are very welcoming and helpful. They put on a campfire each night we were there and last night Kerrie made one of his famous dampers for the campers to share. Kevin, one of the volunteers shared some of his amazing bush poetry, I have no idea how he remembered one of them as it was so long. Definitely add this to your must see destination. We will definitely return.


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