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.
Things to do
The Scenic Rim is steeped in heritage and significance, which is reflected in the region’s natural history, traditional cultures and creative community. The landscape reveals a deep connection to Country for the Mununjali, Ugarapul and Wangerriburra communities who are the traditional custodians of the area, while our rural heritage can be traced back to farming settlements in the 1800s.
The Scenic Rim was named by adventurer, naturalist and tourism pioneer Arthur Groom in the mid-1900s to describe the chain of mountains around the valleys. Unravel the region’s rich artistic, cultural and historic ties with a visit to a variety of interesting attractions, museums, performance venues, galleries and public art installations.
Explore works by talented local First Nations artists at our public galleries and open spaces. Feel inspired on an extensive trail through regional art galleries and impressive outdoor installations.
Uncover the continuing influence of the Scenic Rim’s First Nations cultures and the origins of farming settlements around the region through historic attractions, museums and architecture.
The Scenic Rim Story Marker project incorporates elements of public art, signage, storytelling and place-making...
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.