The North Burnett offers tourists a wealth of natural beauty and characterful country towns. The beautiful Auburn River National Park is 40km south-west of Mundubbera and offers caves, rock pools and superb scenery for enthusiastic bushwalkers.
Mundubbera has an interesting history which can be investigated at the Mundubbera and District Historical Society Museum and the Heritage Centre at Bicentennial Park. There is a vibrancy and vitality about Mundubbera which mixes the pride and traditions of original inhabitants and early settlers with the cultural diversity of the many itinerant workers that flock to the town annually during citrus season. Mundubbera has a fabulous Regional Art Gallery and interesting riverside sculpture walk.
The RM Williams Australian Bush Learning Centre is only 35km away in Eidsvold.
Auburn River National Park is off road, plan your trip and head down the Mundubbera Durong Road.
Bicentennial Park is along the Burnett river, enter using Bauer St.
Jaycee Park is on the Burnett Highway just outside of town.
Water Tank Mural can be found on the corner of Leichhardt and Strathdee St.
Wain’s Hill Lookout head down Boondooma Rd and turn off onto the Gayndah-Mundubbera Road.
Mundubbera and District Historical Society Inc. can be found on the corner of Ezzy and Frank McCauley St.
Mundubbera Heritage and Information Centre can be found next to the Bicentennial Park.
Mundubbera Regional Art Gallery is found on Lyons Street.