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8 attractions not to miss in Gin Gin

Whether you’re looking for an adventure-filled weekend or a peaceful day among spectacular scenery, Gin Gin has it all. Come discover all this hinterland town has to offer with these local favourites.

Explore the mystery that baffles scientists

Dinosaurs, volcanic eruption or something else entirely? How and why the 35 craters at Mystery Craters came about has puzzled scientists for years. Take a tour of this iconic Gin Gin attraction and see history before your eyes with craters that date back 25 million years!

Find your sense of adventure

Take a 4wd to One Tree Hill (and no you won’t find Chad Michael Murray there) for panoramic views of the area. Only accessible by 4wd, this view is one not many have the chance to see.

Spend the day at Lake Monduran

If you’re an avid fisherman or just starting out, Lake Monduran is the perfect spot to spend some quality time with the family. Known for Barramundi, you’ll be sure to impress the family with a delicious bbq lunch. If you’re not into fishing, have no fear – Lake Monduran is a great spot for water skiing and tubing.

Spot birds at Goodnight Scrub National Park

With over 150 species of birds and over 60 species of butterflies, Goodnight Scrub National Park is a wildlife lover’s dream. Spend the day exploring the park and be sure to pack a picnic for the most relaxing lunch you’ve had in a while!

Discover Boolboonda Tunnel

Known as the longest, non-supported tunnel in the Southern Hemisphere, visiting Boolboonda tunnel is one you can’t miss while in town. Drive or walk through the tunnel and look out for the pick-axe marks left by those that built it. Home of hundreds of bent-wing bats, this manmade tunnel is a sight to behold.

Catch the Saturday Markets

Every Saturday morning, Gin Gin comes alive with fresh produce and beautiful handicrafts at the local market. Make sure to bring your spare change – you’ll never know what you’ll find!

Stroll Gin Gin’s main street

With spectacular heritage buildings and lush greenery, the Gin Gin main street feels like something out of a fairytale. Sit back and relax with a coffee in one hand and a book in the other for the perfect start to the day.

Take a bite out of Gin Gin’s famous pies

Celebrated for it’s award-winning pies, be sure to stop by the Travellers Rest Café. Sit on the deck and admire the scenery while enjoying the delicious local food this hotspot has to offer.

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