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Published August 25th 2020
Attached to the Kingaroy Visitors Centre, which is opposite the town's famous peanut silos, is a very interesting museum. It's a must-see for visitors. Kingaroy is famous for peanuts so the museum's main focus is on the development of them over the years. It's not a big museum, but it's certainly full of many items which portray the development of the local peanut industry, plus other old world icons.
The current museum was established in 1988. There are other exhibits there too, along with portraits of Kingaroy's famous politician, Sir Joh Bjelke-Petersen. The Olympic flame passed through Kingaroy, so that is also on display.