• Gayndah’s Big Orange

    3 Mick Lutvey St, Gayndah QLD, Australia .

    Gayndah is known as the citrus capital of Queensland and also the home of the Big Orange. Visit between April and October to taste the fresh juice made from the citrus growing on the property. The cafe serves up delectable Devonshire Teas and Real Bean Coffees. Why not stay for lunch to feast of fresh hamburgers, wraps and toasted sandwiches.

    Take a break and relax at this perfect stop for weary travellers.

  • Gayndah Museum and Information Centre

    3 Simon St, Gayndah QLD 4625, Australia .

    The Gayndah Museum is housed in what was the very first brick house built in Gayndah and our displays let you see what family life was like in rural Queensland during the second half of the 19th Century.

    The Museum also boasts a fine collection of various vintage vehicles, tractors, steam engines and other equipment ranging from rare trucks and tractors through to stationery steam engines from mills and even warships. Many are in operating condition and the Gayndah Museum holds regular steam days throughout the year.

  • RM Williams Australian Bush Learning Centre and Visitor Information

    23767 Gayndah-Monto Road, Eidsvold .

    The legendary RM Williams’footprints are firmly imprinted in Eidsvold’s history and his name graces a centre dedicated to preserving and reviving the area’s unique bush culture.

    A Place of Discovery – Discover the spirit of life in the bush. The story of RM Williams, the man, his journey and his profound respect for the Aboriginal people unfolds in the Interpretive Centre.

    A Place to Learn New Skills – Learn and experience traditional and contemporary bush ways. Training workshops in bushcrafts, leather work, silversmithing, blacksmithing and arts and crafts feature regularly in the Education Centre.

    A Multi-Purpose Place – The Centre is a multi purpose venue available for all occasions and caters for conferences, meetings and has a large outdoor area capable of hosting major events. The Visitor Information Centre is also located at the Centre.

    Enquire about hosting your own event or to register for the various workshops and training courses on offer.

  • Archers Lookout

    Maud Street, Gayndah QLD, Australia .

    A good view of the town and surrounds. Worth the drive up the hill (no room for caravans) past the Wallabies, then a short steep walk up to the lookout but the 360 degree views are well worth it.


  • Orange Festival

    Gayndah QLD, Australia .

    The Gayndah Orange Festival – started in 1957 – is held every two years on the May long weekend and has run continuously (with one exception because of a natural disaster) for 60 years.  Almost entirely volunteer run, it’s a truly small town festival and famous for its Citrusy fun for all ages.

    The main Festival weekend is run over three days, mostly in the centre of town and various other venues, it celebrates the Citrus Industry and the town of Gayndah that supports it.  

    The Festival is a great drawcard to Gayndah, very well-known regionally and throughout Queensland, and offers a snapshot of rural life to visitors.  Each Festival is based around a theme, and many of the local community organisations, sports clubs, schools etc get involved with their own side events.

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