Left Mulgidie just after midday. We drove through Ceratodus, Eidsvold, Mundubbera, Gayndah to Murgan. We went and had a look at some free overnight camps, and there were many, but we were heading to the 48 hour council van park in Murgan.The free overnight camp at Ceratodus looks good. We stopped there for some fruit and there were already a few vans set up for the night.
Gaydah we stopped for late lunch, looks like a lovely town, so will come back.
We arrived in Murgan early afternoon, found the information centre and then headed to the van park.
The van park was just off the main street and sites had slabs and water, but no power. One goes to the information centre in town and pays $10 deposit for amenity block keys, which is refunded on return of the keys. We put the $10 into the donation box. The sites are a good size and the amenities good.
The next day we had a look up and down the main street. We couldn't find any history boards, but some buildings looked old, like the art deco building at the top of the street.
We drove out to look at Joh Bjelke-Petersen Dam on Lake Barambah, which was disappointing, good for a picnic spot and fishing, but not as large as I had imagined. There is a large caravan park there.
We also had a drive to Cherburg, interesting.
After two nights in Murgon we headed home. We had planned on exploring Kingaroy, and perhaps staying one more night, but kept driving the few hours home. We can always do the south Burnett another time.