Welcome to the heart of the Scenic Rim. It’s a beautiful region, where country hospitality, incredible views and fresh produce abound. You’ve arrived at the gateway to many of the region’s National Parks.
Whoever said the Australian rural town is dying a slow death obviously hasn’t been to Boonah. This country town is buzzing. Walk down the main street and you’ll feel the energy.
The CWA ladies sell their wares outside the supermarket (we challenge you to find better scones); Mums wrangle their kids out of the toy shop; Bill from up the road has a yarn to Dave from across the hill. Outside the post office a gaggle of local ladies catch up on the gossip, swap stories and compare notes on recent rainfalls. Get lost in the country store, and enjoy coffee and cake at one of the town’s many cafes.
Dusty, battered farm utes are parked alongside sleek town cars and four-wheel drives, this motoring mix reveals much about the people who call Boonah home.
Boonah is a wonderfully ecclectic town with interesting sculptures and artwork dotted throughout the town. The Blumbergville Clock and the Clydesdale Sculpture are excellent examples of the craftsmanship you will see.
Boonah Country Markets - lots of fresh local produce.
2nd and 4th Saturday of each month
Springleigh Park, Coronation Drive Boonah
Ph: 0448 248 828
Mount Alford Artisans Market
11AM – 5PM 1st Saturday of each month
Held at Mount Alford Hall, Mount Alford
0427 762 469