The area around Montville in Queensland's Sunshine Coast hinterland is a sought-after location for residents and tourists.
Montville is located in the Blackall Ranges, around 400m above sea level and is famous for its picture-postcard beauty, art galleries, local produce and panoramic views.
The town has a good share of heritage features and buildings, and is well served with facilities, including churches, a village green, community hall, school and sports grounds.
The town is a popular short break destination for Brisbane residents and is famous for its parks and walks, including the Sunshine Coast Hinterland Great Walk. Popular attractions include galleries, restaurants, wineries, cheese factories and craft and clothing shops. The world-renowned Australia Zoo is a 20-minute drive down the range.