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Middlemount is approximately a three-hour drive west of Rockhampton and Mackay and just an hour’s drive from Emerald. It is located right in the heart of Central Queensland’s lucrative mining belt. Some locals have given Middlemount the nickname the "Giant Peanut" due to the layout of the roads.
There are a number of things to do/see when visiting Middlemount. Take a scenic drive to the Peak Range National Park where you will be captivated by the magnificent views of the mountains between Moranbah, Clermont and Dysart. The most spectacular view is at sunrise and sunset.
Bundoora Dam is located about an hour’s drive from Middlemount. You can set up a picnic by the creek, cast a line then sit back, relax and enjoy the scenery. Other creeks nearby that are recommended for the savvy fisherman include Isaac, Mackenzie and Connors which are all within one hour of travel.
The Bicentennial National Trail is almost a two hour drive from Middlemount and is the longest marked trekking route in the world. The trail stretches from Cooktown in North Queensland, down to the Isaac region, all the way through to Victoria.
One of the most popular attractions in Middlemount is its golf course and don’t be surprised if you find yourself sharing the greens with the resident wildlife which include kangaroos, wallabies and kookaburras. The golf course is open to all visitors and is host to two annual golfing events including the Emergency Services Golf Day and its Pro-Am Tournament.
Middlemount also offers some boutique shopping and alfresco dining.