Ban Ban Springs

Ban Ban Springs was a meeting place for the Wakka Wakka and various other tribes. It was utilised as a pathway to the Bunya Mountains for the Bunya Festival, held every three years when the Bunya trees would ripen with fruit. These natural springs provided water for the Indigenous people. It is a sacred site where traditional marriage ceremonies and trading amongst travelling tribes occurred. The springs are a natural attraction for birds of the area. Public amenities available.