Visitor Information

The Bloomin’ Beautiful Blackbutt is the Gateway to the South Burnett Region.

Blackbutt has a great variety of country town stores including the Roy Emerson Museum, Nukku Nook, Blackbutt Art Gallery, library, vet, community bank cafes, general store, newsagency, fuel supplies and a pub. A regional cellar door operates from Butt Art Gallery in the main street, right next door to the award winning Blackbutt Bakery.

Blackbutt boasts a variety of accommodation options including great camping and caravan sites at the showgrounds in Bowman Road.  For all information about Blackbutt and the surrounding areas' accomodation please ring the South Burnett Visitor Information Centre - Blackbutt on 07 4163 0633

The rail trail continues north from Blackbutt to Yarraman for 19km. The section between Moore and Yarraman is 47km and makes for a great adventure through the forestry and traversing some great Queensland countryside.

The Blackbutt Visitor Information Centre is located in the slab hut at Les Muller Park. There you can find maps, brochures and ideas for countless adventures in the South Burnett.

Getting to the Festival

From Toowoomba, Discovery Coaches will be leaving at 7:00am on Saturday 8th September.

Book early on their website: Discovery Coaches, Avocado Festival Coach

or please contact Discovery Coaches on (07) 4638 4661


Alternatively these companies may also be of help in getting you to Blackbutt for the festival.

Cross Country Tours
Wide Bay Transit

Useful Links

We've found some useful links to help make the most of your time in Blackbutt and the South Burnett region for the festival.

The Blackbutt Avocado Festival Facebook and see what other festival goers are posting.

The Discover South Burnett Website and Facebook page.

Check out Visit South Burnett

The Roy Emerson Museum Facebook Page.

The Southern Queensland Country Facebook page and website

The Discover Queensland Facebook page and Discover Queensland website

The Discover South East Queensland Facebook page and the Discover South East Queensland website