• The Australian Cottonweek Festival
    The festival offers a great variety of entertainment including the unique cotton picker pulling competition and billy kart racing at the family BBQ as well as a national cotton fashions, awards, dinner and raceday.
  • Pioneer Park Museum 
    Historic buildings with displays of household and agricultural items and a craft shop. The Museum also hosts an annual field day each May.
  • Cultural and Administration Centre
    Incorporating theatre, cinema and restaurant and regional art gallery.
  • Thomas Jack Park
    Picturesque Thomas Jack Park, a good place for a picnic or stroll. The Visitor Information Centre is also located here.
  • Myall Creek
    Crossing on Myall Creek, site of the campsite of Henry Dennis, the first white settler in the area, also marked by a monument at the Edward Street Weir. 
  • Jimbour House
    Located 27km from Dalby, Jimbour House is a magnificent stately home, built in the 1870s with beautiful grounds open to the public.
  • Bunya Mountains National Park
    Located 54km from Dalby is Bunya Mountains National Park. Scenic walking trails, wildlife and birdlife, and a range of accommodation from campsites to private guesthouses.
  • Lake Broadwater
    27km from Dalby on the Moonie Highway is Lake Broadwater. Great for birdwatching enthusiasts and also offers bushwalking, watersports and camping facilities.