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At the top of the escarpment on the Great Dividing Range, Hampton is a picturesque village surrounded by forests and striking natural beauty. At 715 metres above sea level, it's the heart of the high county and home to a thriving arts community. It's rich volcanic soils and temperate climate make it one of Southern Queensland Country's most productive food bowls. The Hampton area supplies much of the state's rhubarb and avocados and the breadth of produce grown in the area is celebrated at the annual Hampton Festival in May.

Stop to chat to a local at the Hampton Visitor Information Centre and browse the historic 100 year old building.

If you're travelling with a caravan or motor home, Chapman Park is a designated overnight rest stop within an easy walk of Flavours Cafe and a general store.

Hampton: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Take a break, and enjoy the fresh mountain air before exploring the antique shop and gift stores. Fresh local produce, from the many farms located around the district, is available for sale at the General Store.

Visit the Hampton Information Centre, which is located at the intersection where visitors can choose to venture along the scenic drive to Ravensbourne National Park and possibly also on towards Esk. The centre also sells a range of local produce.

Ravensbourne National Park features short bushwalking tracks, a scenic lookout and picnic facilities. The National Park is for day-use visitors only.

Hampton: Events

Each year in May the park surrounding the Visitor Information Centre plays host to the Hampton High Country Food and Art Festival. The festival gives local producers from all over the Darling Downs a chance to showcase their produce.

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