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Mulanah Gardens Bed and Breakfast Cottages

736 Deep Creek Road, Inverlaw QLD 4610

Mulanah Gardens is an idyllic and well sculpted garden set within 160 acres of rural land 18km outside of Kingaroy, in the heart of South Burnett. The owners and hosts, Lindsay and Rhonda Kath, have created a beautifully landscaped garden area which is the setting for two well appointed and luxurious cottages, where you will be encouraged to relax and pamper yourself.

Winners of the Heritage Business Awards for Excellence Business of the Year along with the Hospitality and Tourism Award. In 2010, Mulanah Gardens was awarded a highly commended for Hospitality & Tourism. We are so proud of what we have created and absolutely love sharing it with our clients.

Kingaroy Observatory (formerly Maidenwell Observatory)

Geoff Raph Drive, Taabinga QLD 4610
Kingaroy Observatory is a public stargazing attraction, located at the town's airport just a short drive from the town's Central Business District. Large, roadside tourist signs point the way. They have three, Meade 14 inch telescopes to show you the Moon, Stars and Planets up close! The observatory works on two observing parameters: Stars and Planets nights which allows you to view the Milky Way, Star clusters, Nebula and Galaxies. Moon and Planet nights are best for adults and school children who want view the Moon up close in the telescopes. During your night visit, the astronomer points out various constellations and stars using a registered Green Laser pointer, and gives an ongoing commentary of what you are about to see in the telescopes. During the day, you can sit in comfort in their 70 seat air-conditioned Star Theatre and see the sun projected onto a big screen. This is where you see the real surface of the Sun. It's absolutely awesome! The observatory has no steps. Telescopes are accessible to wheelchairs. Plenty of parking along Geoff Raph Drive. The observatory is owned and operated by professional astronomer and photographer, James Barclay with over 60 years experience....