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The Location of the Sunday Markets

The Kilkivan Community Gardens and Sunday Railway Markets are situated at the west end of Bligh Street, which is the main street through Kilkivan. Just click on the below link to access a location map.

Travelling North via the Bruce Highway.

The township of Kilkivan is located 2½ hours (218 km) north of Brisbane and about 1½ hours from the Sunshine Coast. The turn off for the Wide Bay Highway is 12 km north of Gympie at Bell’s Bridge. The road is two-way all the way to Kilkivan and is well maintained.

Travelling South via the Bruce Highway

If travelling south Kilkivan is approximately 1 hour (65 km) from Maryborough. There are 2 exits that can be used. The first is just on the outskirts of Tiaro (see Map 1). The 2nd is via the Bauple-Woolooga Road. (See Map 2 to locate the turnoff, which is just south of the Bauple sign.) The road is bituman all the way but can become narrow in some places.

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How to get here.

The township of Kilkivan is located approximately half way along the Wide Bay Highway in the Wide Bay region of South Queensland.

You can get to Kilkivan by following:

* the D'Aguilar Highway from Caboolture
* the
Brisbane Valley Highway through Esk
* the
New England Highway via Yarraman
* the
Bunya Highway via Dalby and Kingaroy
* the
Burnett Highway via Gayndah or
* the
Wide Bay Highway via Gympie

Map 1

Map 2

Travelling West via Kingaroy, Gayndah or Nanango


Goomeri is located on the intersection of the Burnett, Bunya and Wide Bay Highways, 235 kms from the Brisbane. Travelling east from Kingaroy and north through Nanango it will be a right turn onto the Wide Bay Highway (Route 49) at Goomeri. Travelling south via Gayndah will mean a left turn onto the Wide Bay. The turnoff for Kilkivan is near the town clock. From Goomeri it is a leisurely 25 km drive to Kilkivan. The road is a two-way and is reasonably well maintained.

Goomeri Clock

Goomeri Crossroads

Map of South East Queensland

Area Map of roads & towns around Kilkivan

Members of Sunday Markets

Typical Sunday Market