The Gummingurru stone arrangement is one of Australia's most important historical Aboriginal sites and estimated to be around 4000 years old. 

This site is an Aboriginal Bora, or ceremonial, site and was used as a men’s initiation site. It was also a site where different tribal groups met on their way to the Bunya Nut Festival.

The site can be booked for school and tour groups as well as community events.


1 Old Homebush Road, Meringandan. About 25 km north-west of Toowoomba. Open in Google maps.

More information is available on the Gummingurra website.