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.
Produce, Restaurant and Cafe
Summer Land Camels offers a true “paddock to plate” experience. Australia’s largest camel dairy offers authentic farm-gate products and experiences.
Enjoy a delicious meal at our Homestead Cafe and stock up on Camel produce, straight from the farm!
Sample their award-winning world-first Camel Milk Vodka.
Take a Farm Tour & Taste and sample their award-winning Camel Dairy products.
In the gardens, youll also get a chance to befriend and feed the gentle camels and enjoy the breath-taking scenery that surrounds the farm.
Entry is free – charges apply for farm tours and camel rides
Extend your stay
Cottages, Retreat and Lodges
Olive View Estate is a stunning 700 tree Olive Grove in the picturesque Scenic Rim a stones throw from Kalbar...
Experience local produce
Scenic Rim Mushrooms is situated in the Heritage rich town of Harrisville just 20 minutes south of Ipswich.
Bars, Restaurant and Cafe
The Royal Hotel Harrisville is a charming , old-fashioned country pub with cold drinks and...
Scenic Rim Mushrooms is situated in the Heritage rich town of Harrisville just 20 minutes...
Nestled within the productive farming fields near Kalbar, in the Scenic Rim and steeped in...
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 Ugarapul to the West, and all those of the Yugambeh and Jagera language groups. We pay respect to their Elders, past, present and emerging.
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