The Bunya Mountains are a mountain range located in the South East region of Queensland, Australia. They are located approximately 200 kilometers northwest of Brisbane, and are part of the South Burnett Region local government area. The Bunya Mountains are a popular tourist destination known for their scenic beauty, hiking and camping opportunities, and for the bunya pine tree, which is native to the area and produces a large, edible nut. The Bunya Mountains are also of significant cultural importance to the Indigenous people of the area, the Wakka Wakka and the Barunggam people, as a place of traditional significance and as a source of food and materials. The Bunya Mountains National Park was established in 1908 and cover an area of about 30000 ha, within the park there are several walking tracks and camping areas, Visitors centers, and picnic areas.