The Burnett Highway
The Burnett Highway heads south east from the
Bruce Highway just south of
before passing through Bouldercombe, Mount Morgan and meeting the
at Dululu. From here the highway heads south through Jambin to
Biloela where it crosses the
and continues south east through Thangool, Monto, Cynthia, Mundubbera and on to Toowoomba.
Photo: Looking down the range from the Burnett Highway between Bouldercombe and Mount Morgan.
Located about half an hours drive south-east of Rockhampton this historic gold mining town is worth spending a few hours to have a look at. Established as a gold mining town in 1882 the mine closed after 99 years in 1981. Call in to the Railway station & tourist information & the Historical Museum in Morgan Street. Take in a view of the old mine from Tipperary Point or head to Big Dam for a BBQ lunch or to wet a line.
Rest Areas, Camping and Accommodation
Businesses and Magazine Stockists
Return Home from the Burnett Highway
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