Goomeri has its own hotel, motel, caravan park, B&B's, cafes, art gallery,
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 - for which it's
becoming increasingly well-known - are the fine antique stores located
in its CBD. Another is the "Lest We Forget" clock which dominates
the centre of town (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.