BAN BAN SPRINGS

Australia's Country Way

Ban Ban Springs

Ban Ban Springs lies 26km south of Gayndah on the A3 Australia’s Country Way (Burnett Highway) and is where you will find a natural spring and popular picnic area. Ban Ban Springs is a traditional site for the Wakka Wakka people and is guarded by the Rainbow Serpent. The area was utilised as a pathway to the Bunya Mountains, held every three years when the Bunya trees would ripen with fruit. It is a sacred site where traditional marriage ceremonies and trading amongst travelling tribes occurred. The springs are a natural attraction for birds of the area. This is a popular picnic area which has public amenities on site and a 20 hour camping area.

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