Published on : Monday, September 18, 2017
South Burnett, one of the popular wine producing regions in Queensland region of Australia developed near the Basin of Brunett River is now surged by the international tourists for its wine production, wide space, lush vegetation and a stay at The Bunyas.
The rolling hills, the dense forest of the Bunya Mountains and the clear country skies are the center of attraction of the South Burnett.
Most of the international tourists which are increased by 14.9% love this place on the earth for the presence of the hotel named The Bunyas, located on the mountain top offering the scenic view of the rooms.
South Queensland Country Tourism data points out that the influx of the tourists in the southern part of the Queensland, which equates to 46,000 more people.
Most of the people like the Bunya Mountains because it is such a unique location, it’s a place they can see the wallabies and the wildlife. From this stay, the tourists are so close to the Sunshine Coast and Brisbane.
The hotel authority trying to promote, it’s a unique landscape within the whole south-east Queensland area.
The hotel also offers the walks in the midst of the jungles and also the flat plains.
In a bid to further enhance the profile of the Queensland, the authorities need to put more effort on the promotion of the land.
By registering as a dark sky location, the Bunya Mountains community can use lighting in smarter ways that benefit the local night-time wildlife and keep the stars shining bright.