Nestled between the Bunya Mountains and fertile farmlands, Bell is a picturesque country township, rich in pastoral and agricultural heritage and home to cropping and livestock farming.
Follow the signs to the Bell Bunya Community Centre. There you’ll find the Bell Visitor Information Centre, Bluebelles Art Gallery and a coffee shop, open daily from 10am to 3pm.
Also worth a visit are Bell Heritage Parkland, Popey’s Shed, and the Biblical Garden and murals at Our Lady Help of Christians Catholic Church.
Many other quaint townships are dotted throughout this region. Kaimkillenbun has the longest single place name in Queensland and is known simply as ‘The Bun’ by locals. Heading west on the Warrego Highway, Macalister is the site of a large grain handling depot and coal loading facility.
Camping Horse Riding
History & Heritage Sports