Visit the heritage listed and very historical Bellevue Homestead in Coominya. Includes guided tour and morning/afternoon tea.
From 08.00 am
At Bellevue Homestead
1 West Road, Coominya, QLD, 4311
Brisbane Valley Rail Trail Users Assoc. Inc. / 0417342854
Supported Ride from Fernvale to Coominya, return - an easy 40 km round trip bike ride.
Visit the Bellevue Homestead for a guided tour and morning or afternoon tea (numbers are limited to 20 for the tour and tea, so we're offering two options - morning or afternoon.)
Bellevue Homestead is a heritage-listed homestead currently located in Coominya, Somerset Region, Queensland, close to the Brisbane Valley Rail Trail. It was built from c. 1872 to c. 1910 and added to the Queensland Heritage Register on 21 October 1992.
The Bellevue property was the western part of the original Wivenhoe Run established in the 1840s which covered 38,000 acres (150 km2) on the western side of the Brisbane River valley. A large portion of this land is now under Wivenhoe Dam.
The homestead was restored by the National Trust of Queensland between 1975 and 1980 after moving the buildings from the banks of the Brisbane River to the nearby town of Coominya to avoid being flooded.
It is now privately owned.
All our events are compliant with the Industry COVID SAFE PLAN for Outdoor Recreation Activity Providers.
What: Magical History Tour - Bellevue Homestead
When: 8.00 am or 1.00 pm Sunday 20 September
Brisbane Valley Rail Trail Users Association reserves the right to postpone this tour in the event of adverse weather conditions or other such factors that could affect the safety of participants.
There are 40 places available.