Visitor Information

Mount Perry is a small township founded on mining, cattle and the timber industry. Dominated by the peak of Mount Perry rising 750 metres above the township, historic buildings and remnants of the town's copper mining past can still be seen today.

This scenic area is home to one of Queensland’s largest gold mines at Mount Rawdon owned by Evolution Mining –

Attractions include a Historical Museum and Arts Centre, the lookout via Towns Creek Road offering a panoramic view over the valley, the Boolboonda Tunnel, the southern hemisphere’s longest hand-cut unsupported tunnel, and local arts and crafts.

Some major sporting events are the annual Mount Perry Races, the annual Mount Perry Show and Mount Perry Woodchop, all drawing large crowds.

Scenic hikes take keen bushwalkers to the summit of Mount Perry and nearby Goodnight Scrub National Park offers scenic vistas and wilderness camping via unsealed roads. Mt Perry is located on the Bicentennial National Trail which brings many trekkers through the area


Mt Perry Federal Inn, Cnr Heusman and Flora Street (07) 41563059 6 motel rooms available

Mingo Crossing Caravan & Recreation Area, 2670 Gayndah-Mount Perry Road Mount Perry, Queensland 4671

Marchioness B & B Farmstay

PH: 07 4156 3116 Mob: 0408130964 ( Deb) e-mail- [email protected]

More accommodation options are available in Gin Gin (approximately 30-mins east of Mount Perry) or Bundaberg (1 ½ hours from Mount Perry). There is also accommodation available at Gayndah 69km south of Mount Perry and Gin Gin is 52km north of Mount Perry.

5222 Gayndah- Mt Perry Road, MOUNT PERRY, QLD 4671