335 acres of undulating rainforest and eucalyptus forest bordering the Condamine River within the Cambanoora Gorge. 4WD access required.

We prefer campers to have their own amenities and leave no trace, however, I am building a toilet block. if you do not have your own (please BYO toilet paper). Dog friendly.

I welcome people to visit my art studio by donation. I’ve been sculpting for over 25 years specialising in extinct animals including taxidermy of some of Australia’s rarest marsupials.

Camps have 500m of river frontage (access through the gate or fence) flanked by beautiful hoop pine trees and river oaks.

We prefer campers to have their own amenities and leave no trace. Toilets facilities will are under construction.

Walganbar cabins

Located on the rim of the Cambonoora Gorge, The Falls, Walganbar Cabins offer quality-appointed accommodation, with breath-taking views eastward to the head of the Condamine River, Mount Wilson and Mount Superbus. Surrounded by old growth temperate rain forest, natural kikuyu rolling hills, mountain creeks, and the famous Queen Mary and Brown’s Falls, these cabins are perfectly located for those who wish to engage in bush walking, bird watching, picnicking, cycling and general nature-based sightseeing. Or there is also the opportunity to do absolutely nothing but relax on a private balcony, enjoying the wholesome food provided by the hosts, while staring into the blue distance.
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Where can I go walking or pushbike ridding

Are you looking for places to go walking or riding around Killarney district?

Down load the App Alltracks and you will find all levels of tacks and you can download your selected track before you leave, incase you end up losing reception.

Killarney Country Living

Killarney Country Living is located in Killarney and offers a relaxing country environment.

We offer 2 large rooms that cater for up to 4 adults, we do not cater for children under 14

Our rooms have their own bathroom and we offer free WiFi , off street parking.

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Killarney Tour Co

Killarney Tours Co provide off the beaten track, small or large group adventures in and around the spectacular Main Range National Park.

Tours traverse the high country East of Killarney, with exclusive access into rarely visited private properties, remote gullies and ancient volcanic formations and rain forest.

History walks through Killarney township are a great way to absorb yourself in understanding our unique township.

Sunset tour, high above Killarney aimed at photography of sunsets

Cambanoora George tour, that takes you through 14 river crossings while exploring the history, flora and fauna that this World heritage area has to offer.

Highlights of our tours, are views perched on ridge line at 1150 meters over looking the Steamers, with magnificent views towards Cunninghams Gap and Beyond.

Killarney Tour Co seeks to foster appreciation of the mountains and their environment, by providing a unique and exciting range of programs.

Our tours are designed as ‘follow along tours’ and is mainly through 4×4 only areas, no walking necessary.

Call us for pricing and availability   0407140949

Killarney Vintage & More Shop

Sandy’s Vintage and More Shop is just that…vintage and classic clothes (including fabulous Rockabilly dresses, Tartan skirts, evening frocks etc, etc), eclectic collectable items. Sandy is a fount of knowledge on all things vintage, classic and collectable. This is a shop where everything is looked after and loved. Come in and soak up the atmosphere.

Killarney Art Gallery

Killarney Art Gallery at 7 Willow Street Killarney is filled with eclectic items and artworks. The Gallery was previously the National Bank building from the days when Killarney had five banks. Open Saturdays and Sundays.


Kinkuna – a place of gathering with many conversations – can accommodate groups  up to 10 people and over. Contact Helen, Mal or Chloe Smith to make a booking on 0428 64 7168 or 07 4664 7168.

Kinkuna has a spacious area of 2 acres and is a great venue for family get-togethers, camps, bush walking and outdoor activities.
Kinkuna campsite is situated in “The Falls” area, 12 km east of the township of Killarney.
Kinkuna is ideal for indoor and outdoor camping. It’s previous life was as The Falls State School. The building has been brought to life specifically for group accommodation and camping.
Kinkuna has a spacious area of 2.5 acres that is solely your private area. It is a great venue for family get-togethers, camps, bush walking and outdoor activities.
Visitors can travel to Kinkuna via Killarney, turning onto Spring Creek Road for the Falls Drive, going past Brown’s Falls, Dagg’s Falls and Queen Mary Falls or via Boonah with a view of the Tiviot Falls and Carr’s Lookout.
Either of the above journeys will provide travellers with a small taste of the open eucalypt woodlands and rainforests of the area.
* Sunken kitchen with: a dining area fully equipped with 2 electric stoves, 2 fridges, 2 sinks, hot water system, tables, chairs, kettle, toaster, cutlery, crockery, pots, pans, serving bowls and serving utensils you would need for a holiday.
* Ablution Block provides septic toilets, 3 hot showers and hand basins, in the adjoining areas of the “Kinkuna House” and the ablution block provides a covered concrete area enclosed with weld mesh for security.
* Upstairs Dormitory – sleeping accommodation is in bunks style beds (pillows, sheets, blankets are NOT provided – BYO)
* Sleeping accommodation is a non-smoking area.
* There is a concrete slab with an outdoor open fire pit available for your enjoyment. (free wood available)
* Pet Friendly (The sleeping area is not pet friendly)
* Should you forget your towel or need an extra blanket, there is a limited stock available.
* Bring warm clothing as it can be quite cool at night even in the summer months.
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Killarney Pool

Killarney Pool has been serving the Killarney community for over 80 years. It has recently had a facelift mural on the front wall. Come along when the weather is warmer (ie October). New safety steps and hoist were provided by a Community Benefit Grant and courtesy of KAPA (Killarney Area promotions Association Inc). The pool has an active swimming club.