Boondooma Homestead

Galleries, Museums and Collections

Boondooma Homestead represents a step back to 1847 when the Lawson brothers along with Robert Alexander established the Boondooma Station. The homestead and outbuildings are still in their original location and onsite caretakers are available to provide you with a guided tour if required. Stay for a day or camp for a while in their beautifully kept grounds.

The annual “Spirit of the Bush” Balladeers and Heritage Muster takes place at Boondooma Homestead the fourth week in April including an ANZAC day service. All home grown Aussie talent and performers.

“Scots in the Bush” is another festival at Boondooma and held on the third weekend in August of each year. Experience the games, Scottish Fair and Haggis for those who appreciate the traditional food. Details of other functions are available on the website.


Barbeque Caravan / Camper Trailer / Campervan Sites / Campsites Carpark Coach Parking Disabled access available Family Family Friendly Food and Refreshments History & Heritage International Museums Australia Museums Australia Museums Galleries Australia National Trust Paid Wifi Pet Friendly Picnic Area Public Toilet Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation Showers The Ecotourism Association of Australia Visitor Information Centre


From AU$5.00

Camping fees are AUD7 per person per night and an extra AUD4 per van per night. Campers pay AUD5 for a guided tour. Tour guide booklets are available for AUD2.

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Boondooma Homestead

Boondooma Homestead

Boondooma, South Burnett

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