Local Towns

Scenic Rim Local Towns

The Scenic Rim has a host of local towns that offer country charm, country hospitality and a view into our historic past. You could spend several days just exploring the local towns throughout the Scenic Rim without seeing the same thing twice. The perfect Scenic Rim accommodation is the Coleyville Lodge providing easy access to all the local towns.


Boonah TownBoonah is the largest of the local towns and is the commercial hub of the district providing all the main services and convenience shopping for both families and farmers of the area. The regions council has offices in Boonah and the center of scenic Rim regional information, with a number of watering holes and cafes offering country meals that slow up even the biggest eaters.


Kalbah View
Kalbar is in the Fassifern valley where rich soil provides the basis for the regions income. High quality fresh produce and a history steeped in German influence evident through  building architecture and local family  names. Kalbar is the secondary hub of commercial activity with a number of attractions within minutes of its local town center like Bartons rose farm and the classic Roadvale pub.

Stay Local – Coleyville Country Accommodation 0427 646 526


The local town of Rathdowney sits on the crossroads of traffic travelling to of from NSW. With direct access to Beaudesert, Boonah, Ipswich and NSW through the famous Lions road or up and over Mt Lindsay Rathdowney is a great stopover to take a break from driving and enjoy the food and refreshments provided by the pub and local stores. Rathdowney is on the edge of the Barney offering a variety of bushwalking and country drives.


The entry to the western side of the Scenic Rim district sits a the little town of Killarney. Don’t be fooled by its physical size, Killarney has some very special attractions in its backyard. The Queen Mary falls is one af several local falls dropping over the sheer rock edge of the ranges and is a spectacular site to see.

Stay Local – Coleyville Country Accommodation 0427 646 526

Harrisville and Peak Crossing

These 2 towns are not far apart but compliment each other in services and history. Peak Crossing Pub has won many awards for its marvelous county food and friendly atmosphere. Harrisville has a history in the film industry with pioneer film-makers, Charles and Elsa Chauvel, producers of Errol Flynn’s first epic film choosing Harrisville as their base. Harrisville is also know for a number of historic buildings and churches.

Other Local Towns

There are so many local towns in the scenic Rim district that it’s hard to cover them all but here is a list of a few more

Aratula  –  Mutdapilly  –  Warrill View  –  Roadvale  –  Rosevale  –  Tarome  –  Maroon

Coleyville Lodge Offers Scenic Rim Accommodation
Call Michael to Book Today 0427 646 526