Relax and unwind where good food and drink and welcoming rural hospitality reside in a naturally beautiful environment.
Go wild and explore arts and heritage, local attractions, nature and wildlife, Aboriginal culture and adventure all year round.
Slow down and enjoy genuine country hospitality from camping to cabins and five-star retreats in stunning surrounds.
Have an eventful time in the Scenic Rim with our year-round calendar of festivals, shows, races and events.
Visitor Information Centres
The Beaudesert Community Arts and Information Centre is located on the corner of Enterprise Drive and Mt Lindesay Highway in Beaudesert.
This accredited visitor information centre offers a one stop shop for travel information including maps, brochures, and itineraries. Staffed by skilled and knowledgeable locals, the Beaudesert Community Arts and Information Centre can provide advice on the things to see, things to do and where to eat. Discuss your travel plans with the friendly staff .
Also enjoy their famous Devonshire Tea in the Tea Garden or browse through the Lyrebird Gallery with work from local artists and craftspeople – paintings, pottery, sculpture, woodwork, textile arts and photography. We also stock home-made and locally-produced foods.
Beaudesert Marketfest takes place on the first Saturday of each month, with an extra Christmas market in December. The market is held in Westerman Park, Mt Lindesay Highway, beside the Arts and Information Centre. There are around 150 stalls, featuring fresh fruit and veges, plants, clothing, old tools and small machinery, bric-a brac, craft, birds, and a variety of other stalls. The market runs from 7am until 12 midday.
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We are proud of our diverse communities within the region. We acknowledge the traditional owners of the many lands within the Scenic Rim - the Mununjali in the Centre, the Wangerriburra to the East, the Ugurapul to the West, and all those of the Yugambeh and Jagera language groups. We pay respect to their Elders, past, present and emerging.