Goomeri has its own hotel, motel, caravan park, B&B's, cafes, restaurants,
convenience and food stores, petrol outlets, golf and bowling clubs, swimming
pool, newsagency and showgrounds.
A Tourist Information Centre operates from Lions Park at the southern entrance
to town during busy periods. A major feature of Goomeri is the "Lest We
Forget" clock which dominates the centre of town. It's located at the
heart of its small but charming CBD (see further below).
The small village of Tansey - located 6km north of Goomeri on the
Burnett Highway - has a bowling club as well as rest areas and toilet facilities.
Springbrook - located 28km north-west - is home to Springbrook
Farm, a host farm which also operates the VisitOz scheme that
provides training and work for young tourists on outback properties all over
the country; and Spring Gully Olives.
Booubyjan (30km north) is the site of Booubyjan Homestead,
one of the district's original stations. Booubyjan now operates as a museum
and function venue and is open to the public. Booubyjan also has its own
hall, tennis court, community centre and schoolhouse.