Gayndah lays claim to the oldest town in Queensland. A two hour drive inland from Bundaberg Gayndah offers authentic country hospitality with its quaint main street and heritage-listed buildings. An educational haven for young families, Gayndah offers many historical points of interest including the Gayndah Art Gallery, featuring local and visiting exhibitions, Gayndah Museum, showcasing rural life in the 19th century with a boastful collection of vintage vehicles and rare equipment from trucks and even warships, and the Gayndah Railway now home to former carriages of the long-distance Queensland train the “Sunlander” and a unique location for events. Looking for a spot to take in everything you’ve discovered? McConnell Lookout showcases panoramic views of the beautiful Burnett River weaving its way through large citrus orchards or check out the Historic Iderway Upside Down Bridge.