Dumigan House, early 1900’s fully renovated Queenslander. 5 minute stroll to the centre of the village. Gorgeous rooms with an eclectic mix of vintage and new touches.
Killarney was an old timber and dairying town, named by nostalgic Irish settlers. Now the centre of a thriving mixed-farming district, producing meat, potatoes, onions, grain and timber with approx. 773 locals. Located 35 kilometres (22 mi) south-east of Warwick. Easy access to Condamine Gorge and Queen Mary Falls Drive.