Our region

Our heartland is perfect terroir in a picturesque landscape that inspires exploration.

The South Burnett region is in south-east Queensland, within a few hours drive of the state capital, Brisbane.

It's a picturesque region to visit and a popular weekend destination. Come for a leisurely drive through vineyards, olive groves, farmland and small country towns, making stops at cellar doors and farm gates to sample the local produce. There are now more than a dozen different vineyards in the region as well as traditional dairy industry, cattle, peanuts and other niche market garden producers.


“Our Clovely Estate Vineyard Cellar Door is open weekends and public holidays so drop in for award-winning wines, olive oils, verjuice and local pantry items.”


Places to visit

From Lake Boondooma to the regional town of Kingaroy, there are plenty of places worth stopping to explore. Small towns like Wondai, Nanango and Murgon (where our olive oils are pressed in the old butter factory) each have their attractions and place to stop for a coffee and a chat with the locals. Look out for festivals too - the Goomeri pumpkin festival and Burrandowan Picnic Races are just two of the favourites. The South Burnett Visitor Information Centres are a great place to find out more.

Where to stay

Clovely Estate has three different accommodation choices in the region. From our traditional Queensland-style Vineyard Cottage to a more secluded bush cottage at Barambah Estate, you’ll find us on Airbnb. There are also motels at Kingaroy and Murgon.

  • Barambah Station in the South Burnett
  • Clovely Estate vineyard at dawn
  • Clovely Estate Vineyard Cellar Door picnic area
  • Barambah barn terrace