Phone: 0448 248 828
Address: Springleigh Park, Coronation Drive Boonah

Boonah Markets, Held at Springleigh Park Boonah, where you’ll find all kinds of bargains from plants to bric-abrac and food. Every second and fourth Saturday of the month.

Discover antique shops, explore  art and photography studios, view great vintage stores.

Pickup fresh local produce from local butchers, bakers and green grocers.

Don’t go home without browsing the bulging shelves of Maynard’s Department Store in Boonah’s High Street. This old-style store recently celebrated its 70th year of trading and stocks an incredible range of country clothing, fabric, hats and work wear.

From 7.00am-12.00 noon.
2nd and 4th Saturday of each month

The history of Boonah township is connected to the nearby settlement of Dugandan which was named after a pastoral run of the same name that was taken up in August 1844 by Macquarie McDonald and his brother Campbell Livingstone McDonald. Dugandan was one of the earliest pastoral holdings in Queensland. In its early years the area was stocked with sheep but the region was discovered to be well suited for cattle and over time became renowned for the quality of its beef and dairy herds. Adjacent to the property of Dugandan was Coochin Coochin station. In 1873, part of the Coochin Coochin pastoral run was acquired by Frederick Macarthur Bowman who named his property Denelgin. Frederick Bowman took advantage of the suitability of the area for cattle and is considered one of the dairying pioneers of the region.