The town of Gatton sits and forms part the “Salad Bowl” of Lockyer Valley in South East Queensland, Australia. Its history goes back the year 1825 when Major Edmund Lockyer explored it. The location is a combination of agricultural and residential areas. Gatton is famous for its history, fresh produce, gastronomy and cultural heritage destinations.
Gatton Racecourse, Gatton and District Historical Society Museum, Gatton War Memorial, Glen Rock and Spring Bluff Railway are the local attractions that top our list. The cities Brisbane and Toowoomba are not too far from the vicinity. Do also take time to experience the marvels of the said areas.
Gatton – Helidon Road, Gatton – Laidley Road, Old Toowoomba Road, Tenthill Creek Road, Warrego Highway and Woodlands Road lead to Gatton. Take either one of the said roads to reach the area.