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This town with the longest single place name in Queensland is known to the locals simply as 'The Bun'. Kaimkillenbun is a great place to stop when driving to the Bunya Mountains, due to its close proximity to the National Park. This enthusiastic township has won the community action award in the Tidy Towns Competition and is a regular finalist and category winner. Kaimkillenbun was the setting for the movie 'Chase Through the Night' which starred Nicole Kidman and it is also the birthplace of Olympic basketballer, John Dorge. Accommodation and country meals are available at the historic 'Bun Pub', and there is also a caravan park for your accommodation needs. The locals will be more than happy to share a yarn with you and help you discover the history of the town.

Kaimkillenbun: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Bluebelles Art Gallery

Bluebelles Art Gallery has been operating out of the Bell Bunya Community Centre since October 2012, and is managed by the dedicated members of the Bell Art Group Inc. The spacious, modern and aesthetically pleasing art gallery focuses on the work of local artists, members and friends of the Bell Art Group. The high quality gallery and lighting system creates an ambience of delicate soft feature lighting to showcase the diverse arrangement of original art.

Exhibitions change monthly to keep the approach fresh and inviting for art patrons and the many visitors to the Centre to browse and enjoy. All art works on display are for sale. Every year a major exhibition is accompanied by an official opening with complimentary morning tea. The Bell Bunya Community Centre also boasts a workshop and function room where regular art and craft workshops are held under qualified tutors.

Bluebelles Art Gallery is managed by a volunteer committee and its operations are supported by Western Downs Regional Council. For more information or to confirm opening hours on the day of your visit please call the gallery.

71 Maxwell Street
Bell, QLD, 4408

Located 14.7K from Kaimkillenbun

Dalby War Memorial and Gates

Dalby's grand tribute to its local WWI soldiers represents a joint venture of local and international talent.

Governor Sir Matthew Nathan unveiled the Dalby War Memorial on 26 July 1922. The memorial and wrought iron gates flanked by carved sandstone pillars were designed by local monumental mason, J Shill. British sculptors John Whitehead and Sons modelled the Dalby soldier statue, based on a sergeant-major of the Grenadier Guards. The statue was cast at a London foundry.

Only two known examples of Whitehead's work exist in Queensland. Dalby's digger is one of only two bronze diggers in the state. The memorial, set in a park, honours 360 local men who served in WWI. Of them, 64 died. Bronze plates, created by Norwegian immigrant Ernest Gunderson, bear the soldiers' names.

Sandstone gate pillars bear the AIF badge and the dates 1914 and 1919. Torch shaped light are installed atop the pillars.

Patrick Street
Dalby, QLD, 4405

Located 21.4K from Kaimkillenbun

Kaimkillenbun: Events

Big Skies 2020

Big Skies is a destination event that offers up to five days of unique country experiences and warm hospitality; a platform to showcase the towns, music, culture and cuisine.

Festival goers can celebrate the sights, sounds and tastes of Western Downs with long lunches, camp oven and bonfire experiences, regional tours, community markets and a Concert in an open-air setting with the grandeur of a heritage listed homestead as the backdrop. Guests can complete the ultimate Big Skies experience by camping out at the iconic Jimbour Station.

Come along and experience what their region has to offer, a festival not to be missed!

Event Dates
      29th Apr
      30th Apr
      1st May
      2nd May
      3rd May
      4th May

Jimbour Station Road
Jimbour, QLD, 4406

Located 19.5K from Kaimkillenbun

St.George Queensland Reds versus NSW Waratahs Pre-Season Match

The St.George Queensland Reds are heading to Dalby on the Western Downs to take on the New South Wales Waratahs in a pre-season fixture on Friday 24 January 2020.

St.George Queensland Reds versus NSW Waratahs Kick off: 7.30pm at Dalby Leagues Club.

Event Dates
      24th Jan

Orpen Street
Dalby, QLD, 4405

Located 22.3K from Kaimkillenbun

Kaimkillenbun: Travel Tips

Dalby Visitor Information Centre

Dalby Visitor Information Centre offers a one stop shop for travel information including maps, brochures and itineraries. Come in and meet one of their friendly volunteers and browse souvenirs, local handmade goods including yummy preserves and honey. The centre provides free Wi-Fi so you can keep in touch with friends and family whilst exploring the Western Downs.

Staffed by skilled and knowledgeable locals, the Centre can provide local advice on the things to see and do, the best attractions to explore and local happenings.

The Dalby Visitor Information Centre is located in the picturesque Thomas Jack Park on the corner of Drayton and Condamine Streets in Dalby. The surrounding parkland offers off-street parking, toilets, picnic tables and barbecue facilities. Discuss your travel plans with their friendly staff and enjoy a stroll in the park, before continuing on with your journey.

Thomas Jack Park,
Corner of Drayton and Condamine Streets
Dalby, QLD, 4405

Located 21.9K from Kaimkillenbun

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