A visit to the
Shire of Mundubbera is to discover the essence of country Queensland, with its
country hospitality, breathtaking natural scenery, lush orchards, vineyards and
vast grazing country.
Mundubbera sits on the banks of the mighty Burnett
River, near the junction of the Boyne and Auburn Rivers.
‘Mundubbera’ is an Aboriginal word meaning either ‘footsteps in the trees’ or
‘meeting place of the waters’, depending on which authority you choose to adopt.
Both explanations are suitable, as there were once numerous ‘footstep’ trees in
the area, and Mundubbera is certainly located at the meeting place of the
Burnett, Boyne and Auburn Rivers.
In addition to our listed online travel guide information, contact
the local tourism visitor centre for your destination for more attractions, tours,
local maps and other information.