the heart of the
From humble beginnings in 1841 as a crossing for Myall Creek
(a tributary of the Condamine River),
Dalby is a vibrant regional centre with cafes and natural wonders abound.
Stop by the nearby towns of Bell – nestled in the foothills of the Bunya Mountains, Kaimkillenbun – affectionately known as “The Bun”, Jimbour – with its magnificent country homestead, and Warra’s iconic Queenslander architecture.
The thriving regional hub of Dalby is the gateway to the Western Downs, with its manicured gardens and bustling main street.
Take your time to sample the area’s rich heritage and country hospitality, from the raw beauty of Lake Broadwater Conservation Park to local livestock shows and the town’s rich history at Dalby Pioneer Park Museum.
Take the family out for the weekend or even just the day, with only 210km west of Brisbane and 80km from Toowoomba - Dalby is a great place to visit and get a taste of the Western Downs
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The Westlander operates twice weekly services from Brisbane (Roma Street) to Miles and onwards to Charleville, stopping at Toowoomba, Dalby and Chinchilla.
www.queenslandrail.com.au or P:1300 131 722.
sTAYING IN dALBY
There is a wide range of well-appointed and comfortable motels in Dalby. We also have two caravan parks on either side of town with great facilities. Click for Accommodation options
There are plenty of accomodation options to consider when planning your stay for the festival – here are a few suggestions.
There are two Caravan Parks in Dalby, one on each side of town, that can accommodate you and your motorhome or caravan, there are even beautiful camping spots that have great facilities and have great atmosphere:
Motels in dalby
cLOSE BY tOWNS & aCCOMODATION
No room at the Inn? There are plenty of close by towns and even the beautiful Bunya Mountains to accomodate you and your family
EXPLORE DALBY & tHE wESTERN dOWNS
There is so much more to see in our beautiful Western Downs from the exquisite French designed Jimbour House, to the beautiful nature experience of the Bunya Mountains all within a 45 minute drive through our amazing region.
Within Dalby there are wonderful places to enjoy a day or an afternoon out at either Lake Broadwater, our Aquatic Centre or our ever famous Thomas Jack Park right in the heart of Dalby