Kingaroy is situated on the junction of the D’Aguilar and the Bunya Highways and is approximately 210 kilometers or about 2½ hours drive north-west of Brisbane and about 111km north of Dalby.
There are limited public transport options to get to Kingaroy, with a bus service that runs from Brisbane to Kingaroy three times a week.
The drive to Kingaroy is a rural and scenic drive from all directions with mountains, farmland and small towns throughout the journey.
The town’s CBD has recently been transformed into a more accessible place for everyone. The footpaths have been made wider and smoother, easy for anyone with a disability.
While you're in town, enjoy the region.
The South Burnett is a region known for its stunning natural beauty, thriving wineries, and cultural attractions. The South Burnett region offers a perfect blend of nature, wine, culture, and adventure for an unforgettable experience in Queensland.
Caravan Sites & Cabins
Celebrity Chef Alastair McLeod and friends will cook up a storm in the Kingaroy Town Hall on Saturday from 12.30pm and Sunday from noon!
Register for our bacon-eating competition. Entry is $5. Take out the whole competition and win Bacon for a year from Australian Pork Limited!
Organise your day with our program, so you don't miss any big events at the festival.
Don't want to drive to BaconFest? Why not catch a shuttlebus? We have outlined the shuttlebus route for BaconFest.
You'll be able to find where the different events are taking place using the BaconFest Mud Map.