For the people who want more than just a holiday, Bunya Spires offers a chance to escape the daily grind and truly be at one with nature. Tucked away from reality with spectacular views over the South Burnett, this popular single level, three-bedroom house will instantly transform into your home away from home.

Enjoy meals on the wide veranda while taking in the glorious views or snuggle up inside. This spacious rental has two-bathrooms, making it idea for couples, families and groups of friends. Bunya Spires also features a large kitchen, filtered tank water, fully-equipped laundry, child-proof fencing, and double undercover parking.

Rediscover your love for nature and the great outdoors at Bunya Spires …… it’s a place you’ll want to return to over and over again.

Bunya Mountains

Bunya Mountains are an isolated section of the Great Dividing Range.  They rise abruptly from the surrounding plains to an average elevation of 975m and reaching over 1100 metres at Mts. Mowbullan and Kiangarow. Bunya Spires is nestled in a private estate with close proximity to the Bunya Mountains National Park as well as other local parks and pinic areas. Due to the location – NO PETS are allowed in the estate and we endeavor to co-habit peacefully with the native wildlife.

The closest large towns of Dalby – Kingaroy and Nanango are all approx. 60 klms from the Bunya Mountains in different directions. Dalby is located south of the mountains with Kingaroy and Nanango located to the north.

History of Bunya Spires

The house was originally owned by the Geiger family, of Geiger Fashions, clothes for women. The house was designed by a company to suit the wonderful outlook over the valley below. Around 19 years ago, the previous owner purchased the property and continued to make improvements. A few years ago the veranda deck was replaced, plus the steps and the balustrade which is powder coated. In March 2016, Mark and Ingrid Davis (and the bank) purchased the property after holidaying on the mountain for 25 years.

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Recently Mark has decided to link all his photography digital editing experience together.

To view a gallery images from the various digital formats, click on a links below:

  • digARTal – gallery of images as well as artwork photography for the professional and amateur artist

  • infrascapes – infrared landscapes that capture invisible light that falls on our landscape

  • droneART – images and videos captured with the Phantom 4 Pro drone.

  • streetmeet – people images captured at various locations

  • bunya spires – our house on the hill surrounded by state national park