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Kingaroy, Queensland, Australia

Kingaroy is a middle-sized country town 225km northwest of Brisbane on the D’Aguilar Highway. The town with its peanut processing plant, peanut silos and surrounding peanut farms is known as the “Peanut Capital of Australia”.

Kingaroy is also (in)famous for being the home town of former Premier of Queensland, Sir Joh Bjelke-Peterson.

Things to do include visiting the Kingaroy Information Art & Heritage Precinct, Bicentennial Heritage Museum and the Bunya Mountains National Park.

You can get to Kingaroy on the Bunya Highway from Dalby or the D’Aguilar Highway from Kilcoy and  Caboolture.

South Burnett Regional Council website includes a local calendar of events and visitor information centres

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