European settlement took place in the late 1840's. Closer settlement, involving migrants from Germany, Britain and the Netherlands, did not take place until the early 1900's and the town was established in it's existing site prior to World War1. The railway arrived in 1914. Mundubbera Post Office opened by July 1, 1912.
Henry Zipf planted the first citrus orchards in 1933 and established Mundubbera as a major producer of export citrus.
This Mandarin is in a caravan park not far from the Motel.
Trusting soles in Mudubbera with this sign in the main street.
Walked around inside the shop not a sole about.
This mural is in the main street, a water tank certainly not an eyesore.
The above sign was in the toilet on the glass of the motel.
On the way to the dinning room.
Below the outside dinning room, we ate in the inside dinning room.
The building was L shaped so there was another wing to the left.