Yangan is a charming historic country town located in the Southern Downs Region along the Settlers’ Route, just beyond the Great Dividing Range. The Settlers’ Route is 72km along an amazing and historic scenic route via Swan Creek, Yangan, Swanfels Valley, Tannymorel and Killarney.
Our local community attracts many tourists commonly, including:
- Day Drivers
- Hikers / Bush Walkers
- Motorbike Riders
- Horse riders
- Trail Riders (motorbike & horse)
There are many beautiful mountain back-drop scenic tourist routes surrounding Yangan’s local community. Tourists can travel from Brisbane or Coastal regions towards Yangan, Killarney, Warwick, Stanthorpe or Tenterfield. There are also stunning scenic drives via Boonah towards the Southern and Darling Downs Regions and many back-road routes from Yangan’s local surroundings.
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Main Range National Park
The magnificent Main Range National Park is an impressive mountain range offering spectacular views located in the Southern Downs Region, 110km south-west of Brisbane. As part of the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area, Main Range National Park is home to a wide range of native flora and fauna providing a glorious retreat for bushwalkers, hikers, birdwatchers and campers. Among the Main Range National Park, popular destinations close to Yangan, include: Spicers Gap, Mount Cordeaux, Mount Mitchell, Mount Roberts, Mount Superbus, Mount Huntley, Mount Steamer and Sentinel Point.
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