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Ringsfield House & Cafe
41-45 Alfred Street, Nanango, 4615
 
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(07) 4163-3345
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0418-189-820
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Roslyn Gregor

Description:
"The grand old lady of Nanango" ... Ringsfield House is a living museum as well as a function centre which can cater for parties, reunions, meetings, club outings etc; the area also includes Nanango's first school and the old Presbyterian Church; a meeting and conference centre (modern facilities including WiFi internet access, electronic whiteboard etc), extensive gardens, available for weddings, dinners, functions, etc with full catering available; entry to the house is $5 and the Café can cater for all meals (email for a menu); groups and buses welcome; Café is open Monday-Friday from 9:00am-3:00pm; headquarters of the Nanango Historical Society Inc. Sponsor: find out more here...


Billy's Doll Museum
54 Walter Road, Kingaroy, 4610
 
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(07) 4162-7591
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Billy (Evol) Britton

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More than 1000 dolls, teddy bears and other collectibles; $2 entry; open 7 days 9am-5pm


Blackbutt and District Tourism and Heritage Association
Lot 31, Bowman Road, Blackbutt
PO Box 177, Blackbutt, 4306
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(07) 4163-0413
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Noeleen Bird

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Promotes tourism and preserves and presents the history of the Blackbutt-Benarkin district for the benefit of residents and visitors; operates the Nukku Nook pictorial museum at the head of the Blackbutt Rail Trail.


Bunya Mountains Natural History Association
Dandabah, Bunya Mountains, 4405
M/S 501, Dalby, 4405
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(07) 4663-4744
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Ruth Humphrys

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Historical and Natural History Asscociation to promote the interest and love of the Bunya Mountains; museum; meets at "Cedarvale", an old slab hut located at Dandabah picnic ground


Elgin Vale Sawmill
1770 Elgin Vale Road, Elgin Vale, via Nanango, 4615
 
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(07) 4168-8128
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Neville Spies

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Heritage-listed steam-driven "coffee-pot" sawmill located 40km from Nanango; still in working condition; view from outside only; buses welcome


Kilkivan Historical Museum & Visitor Information Centre
12 Bligh Street, Kilkivan, 4600
PO Box 7, Kilkivan, 4600
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(07) 5484-1612
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(07) 5484-1390
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Rozlyn Bacon

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Open Tuesdays to Fridays, 10am to 3pm; and Saturdays noon to 3pm; admission $5 for adults; $3 for high school students or $1 for primary school students (primary school students are free if accompanied by an adult); bus groups welcome by prior arrangement


Kingaroy Heritage Museum
128 Haly Street, Kingaroy
PO Box 272, Kingaroy, 4610
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(07) 4189-9151
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(07) 4162-3474
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Open weekdays 9:00am to 4:30pm, weekends 10:00am to 4:00pm; public holidays 10:00am to 2:00pm; (closed Christmas Day, Good Friday and Anzac Day); located in the Kingaroy Information, Art and Heritage Precinct (also known as the Kingaroy Peanut Museum)


Kumbia Federation Heritage Centre
rear of Kumbia Hall, Bell Street, Kumbia, 4610
 
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(07) 4164-4175
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Features an extensive pictorial history of the Kumbia district; open Sunday afternoons or by appointment


Queensland Dairy and Heritage Museum
2 Sommerville Street, Murgon, 4605
 
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(07) 4169-5001
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0429-983-264
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Secretary Cynthia Hatchett or president Richard O'Neill

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Located off the the Gayndah Road; open 9:30am-12:30pm daily (except Christmas and Easter) and at other times by appointment; tour groups and school visits welcome


South Burnett Energy Centre
41 Henry Street, Nanango, 4615
 
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(07) 4189-9446
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Part of the Queensland Energy Trail and developed in consultation with the Queensland Energy Museum; displays highlight the history of power generation in the South Burnett and include the original motors from the Butter Factory which provided the first reticulated power to Nanango; also information about alternative energy sources and interactive displays; co-located with the Nanango Visitor Information Centre


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