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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 Inc.
Lot 31, Bowman Road (opp Skate Park), Blackbutt
PO Box 177, Blackbutt, 4314
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(07) 4163-0146
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0438-785-009
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Jackie Ross

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The home of the Roy Emerson Museum and Nukku Siding; open 11:30am to 3:30pm daily except public holidays; historical displays and documentaries of Roy Emerson/Nukku School/Rail/Timber and early Blackbutt and districts; BDTHA promotes tourism and the sharing of our diverse history with regular history mornings, research, bingo, history projects and beautiful landscaped gardens


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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Cynthia Hatchett

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Located off the the Gayndah Road; open 9:30am-12:30pm daily except Christmas, Easter and some public holidays and at other times by appointment; tour groups and school visits welcome; admission is by donation ($5 adults, $2 school children)


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

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Ringsfield House is a living museum as well as a cafe and function centre which can cater for parties, reunions, meetings, club outings etc. Ringsfield was built by architect Robin Dods in 1908 and its grounds also house Nanango's first school and the old Presbyterian Church. Ringsfield Cafe is open from 8:00am to 4:00pm Tuesdays to Sundays, and dinners can be booked on Thursdays to Saturday nights by phoning (07) 4163 3345. Groups and buses are 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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