Mutdapilly is a small rural town located in the Scenic Rim Region of Queensland, Australia. It is situated approximately 80 kilometers southwest of the city of Brisbane. The town is known for its scenic views and its proximity to the Main Range National Park, which offers hiking trails and picnicking spots. The town also offers a variety of recreational activities such as horse riding, bird watching, and bushwalking. Additionally, Mutdapilly is a popular spot for artists and artisans, and it is home to several galleries, studios, and workshops. The town is also home to the Mutdapilly State School and the Mutdapilly Community Hall. It is relatively secluded and rural, with only a small number of houses and no major commercial or retail centers.