Places of interest

Clovely Estate Vineyard – Moffatdale

Clovely Estate’s vineyards and olive groves at Moffatdale evoke a Mediterranean idyll. Grapes like shiraz, verdelho, merlot and barbera are thriving and the semillon has been outstanding, winning top awards for the winery across consecutive vintages. The estate has a local cellar door offering wine tasting and selling the Clovely Estate wines, olives, olive oils and pantry products.order research paper urgent assignment help for me

Crane Winery – Booie
Our neighbours, Judy and Bernie run this boutique small winery. Well worth a visit, speak with the winemakers directly and sample some fine wine at their cellar door shop while taking in the some of the best views, and perhaps even take some wine home with you.

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“Moffatdale Ridge” draws it’s name from the heart of the south Burnett’s wine growing region Moffatdale. A name brought to the region by the early German settlers.
Jason and Susan Kinsella and their three children have a long family association with the region, dating back four generations.
Moffatdale Ridge is situated on a 360 acre property, selected by Susan’s grandfather almost a century ago.
The first vines were planted in 1996 with wine production commencing in 2001.

D’Vine Restaurant is renowned for some quality fine tasting food to compliment the wines on offer from this old established vineyard.

Dusty Hill Vineyard – Moffatdale

This family owned and operated Dusty Hill Vineyard & Winery overlooking picturesque Lake Barambah, is located just below the small village of Moffatdale, near Goomeri and Murgon. As one of the region’s first established wineries, Dusty Hill is highly regarded as an outstanding venue for food and wine at Prendergast’s Irish Tavern and restaurant.

South Burnett Region Timber Industry Museum
The Museum showcases the history of the South Burnett’s timber industry, which underpinned the early settlement of the region and has continued to play an important part in the regions development.

Kingaroy Heritage Museum
Formerly the Kingaroy Power House (1925-1952), the Kingaroy Heritage Museum showcases the history of the Kingaroy region under the themes of ‘People, Power and Peanuts’
This museum is rated very highly by visitors.

Kingaroy Observatory
View the universe up close with host astronomer James Barclay with over 60 years experience in the science. An experienced not to be missed.

The Lavender Farm @ Pottique
Pottique was established in 1981 selling pottery, handmade at Pottique,  along with Antiques imported from the U.K.  In 1996, the Lavender Farm was established and opened to the public, along with the Lavender Shop and an expanded menu such as Lavender Scones, Lavender Ice cream and Lavender Tea to name a few.

The Peanut Van
Certainly a “Must Visit” while in Peanut Country

Kingaroy Art Gallery
The gallery is the best showcase for regional art and high end craft – with over 40 artists and craft people represented.
The gallery’s home, in the former Kingaroy Shire Council Chambers, an Art Deco gem, worth visiting for its architectural features.  It’s easily located opposite the town’s iconic peanut silos.


Gordonbrook Dam – Kingaroy Qld.
Land yourself a Bass, Golden Perch, Silver Perch or Saratoga

Bjelke-Petersen Dam – Kingaroy Qld.
Renowned for golden perch (or yellow belly) and Australian bass

Bird Watching

If while on the property relaxing in your luxury accommodation you believe that the number of bird species is not enough then bear in mind that with more than 350 recorded species, the South Burnett is a bird watchers dream. The region is known for the Black-breasted Button-quail and Glossy Black-Cockatoo, but expect to see the likes of the Red-rumped Parrot, Regent Bowerbird, Rainbow Bee-eater, Dollarbird and Spiny-cheeked Honeyeater too.

Kingaroy Visitor Information Centre

Contact Us

Deshons Retreat:

164 Haydens Road Kingaroy QLD 4610

Phone No.:

(07) 4163 6688