Beerburrum

Urban

When travelling to the Sunshine Coast, take a short detour off the Bruce Highway to Beerburrum. The township offers visitors a chance to soak up more than 80 years of local history – thanks to the town’s World War I Interpretive Signage. The signage, including old photographs, recognises Beerburrum’s involvement in the soldier settlement scheme for Diggers who served in World War I. Around 500 blocks of land were allocated to returned servicemen, and 437 took up the offer and laid the foundation for the early growth of the towns along the rail corridor north from Brisbane. Don’t miss Anzac Avenue and the Avenue of Trees planted in 1920. Signage information is also to be found nearby at Beerburrum State School, and the old Beerburrum Hospital.

Beerburrum marks the start of the area surrounding the Glass House Mountains National Park and the many lookouts and walking trails to enjoy.

Nearby Accommodation

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farm entry sign

Blackwattle Farm Bed and Breakfast and Farm Stay

Beerwah, Sunshine Coast

Cottage at night

Glass On Glasshouse

Glass House Mountains, Sunshine Coast

Glasshouse Mountains Ecolodge

Glasshouse Mountains Ecolodge

Glass House Mountains, Sunshine Coast

Nearby Things to Do

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Glass House Mountains

Glass House Mountains National Park

Glass House Mountains, Sunshine Coast

Mount Beerwah, Glass House Mountains, Sunshine Coast

Mount Beerwah

Glass House Mountains, Sunshine Coast

Anzac Avenue Memorial Trees

Anzac Avenue Memorial Trees, Beerburrum

Beerburrum, Sunshine Coast