Nanango Travel Guide

  • Red Dragonfly at the Falls
    Red Dragonfly at the Falls
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  • Wood carvings at Entrance to Nanango
    Wood carvings at Entrance to Nanango
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  • Things to Do
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Nanango Things to Do


    Ringsfield House is located in the town of Nanango. It is a turn of the century Queenslander with many features of a "grand old Queenslander"It is open to the public from Monday to Friday 10am - 2pm and weekends by appointment. It is run by volunteers of the Historical Society.Groups, Bus tours, Weddings & Functions.


    Peanuts are grown locally around the surrounding areas of Nanango. Located in the Tipperary Flat park as you enter Nanango, is the Peanut Van. Here you can buy the local Peanuts, all different shapes, sizes and ways of being cooked. TASTY!!!!


    At Tipperary Flat as you come into Nanango is a display of a Bullock Wagon depicting how the logs were taken to the sawmills in the early 1800's


    Around the city centre of Nanango, take a walk, and see the Murals depicting the history of the town.

  • Chainsaw Carvings

    As you enter Nanango, you will see some Chain-saw carvings. These are located at the Tipperary Flat pioneering display. In the main street, there are a further three.

  • Public Park at NANANGO

    As you come into Nanango from Brisbane, you will see a Public Park on the left. Here on display, are old buildings of the Gold Rush era.


Nanango What to Pack

  • by Ballet_Buff Written Jun 2, 2004

    Luggage and bags: Travel light wherever you go. it won't matter if you don't bring much cause you can buy most things you need in Kingaroy and some in nanago.

    Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Good walking shoes are important cause everything is within walking distance.

    Toiletries and Medical Supplies: If you forget any of these then you're in luck cause you can buy this stuff there in nanango, even a doctor and a pharmacy. Mossie repelant and coils are essentials in summer.

    Photo Equipment: By all mens bring the camera ( you know you want to! ) but you'll have to go to Kingaroy to develop them if you want them early. Batteries are ok. Them you can buy at the 1 supermarket.

    Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: i would not advise camping as the caravan park is by fast superior to the camping faclities there, besides the fact there is tins of mossies

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