Buangor is a small town nestled between Mount Buangor, Mount Cole and Mount Langi Ghiran 20km west of Beaufort on the bank of the Billy Billy Creek. The Buangor name is Aboriginal for ‘Pointed Hill’, a reference to Mt Buangor. The town was developed in the 1860’s as a service centre to local farms and travellers and as a Cobb & Co. staging station on the Raglan-Beaufort and Horsham runs. The Cobb & Co. Stables is now a unique function venue for all occasions.
You can enjoy a scenic drive down the old Geelong Road past the Challicum Hills Wind Farm with views of the rolling hills. Buangor is also home to two world-class wineries.
In the Buangor Cemetery lie the remains of General Sir Cyril Bingham Brudenell White, an Australian who holds a special place in our nation’s history. He was the architect behind the successful evacuation of the Allies from Gallipoli with the loss of only two lives.
Camping in Buangor
Bin Day - Thursday