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Cape Capricorn

Cape Capricorn is a coastal headland on Curtis Island, Gladstone Region, Queensland, Australia. It was named by Captain Cook when he passed on 25 May 1770, since he found it to be located on the Tropic of Capricorn which was located at 23°28′15″ ...

Cape Conway, Queensland

The entire locality is within Conway National Park. The land is mountainous and undeveloped bushland. Conway Range runs along the eastern part of the locality with a number of named peaks, the highest of which is High Mountain at 555 metres 1.821 ...

Cape Flattery (Queensland)

Cape Flattery is a cape in northern Queensland approximately 40 kilometres north of Cooktown, Queensland. The headland was named by James Cook on 10 August 1770 as he charted the eastern Australian coast.

Cape Gloucester, Queensland

Cape Gloucester is a coastal locality in the Whitsunday Region, Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census, Cape Gloucester had a population of 62 people.

Cape York Peninsula (biogeographic region)

Cape York Peninsula, an interim Australian bioregion, is located in Queensland. Along the eastern margin, the geology of the Coen-Yambo Inlier is complex, with volcanic, metamorphic and acid intrusive rocks. This area includes high-altitude/high- ...

Captain Creek, Queensland

The locality presumably takes its name from the creek which rises in the north of the locality and is a tributary of Oyster Creek which exits to the south-west to Taunton and Round Hill. It is ultimately a tributary of Baffle Creek which enters t ...

Captains Mountain, Queensland

The south-west of the locality is Western Creek State Forest. The remainder of the locality is used for farming, mostly grazing but with some cropping. The Gore Highway passes through the locality from the north-east Millmerran and then exits to ...

Carmila, Queensland

Carmila is situated approximately 65 kilometres 40 mi south of the town of Sarina. The North Coast railway line passes through the town which is served by the Carmila railway station. The Bruce Highway passes through the town as well. A large por ...

Carnarvon Range

The Carnarvon Range is a mountain range in Central Queensland, Australia. It is a plateau section of the Great Dividing Range. The Carnarvon Range is 160 km in length.

Carpentaria, Queensland

The locality is on the southern coast of the Gulf of Carpentaria. It is part of the Gulf Country. The Burketown Normanton Road passes through the locality from the south-east Normanton to the south-west Stokes.

Carrandotta, Queensland

Carrandotta is in the Channel Country. The Georgina River enters the locality from the north Piturie and exits to the south-east Georgina. All watercourses in this area are part of the Lake Eyre drainage basin, and most will dry up before their w ...

Cashmere, Queensland

Cashmere is located near the foothills of the DAguilar Range surrounded by dense forest. Cashmere is bounded to the north by Lake Samsonvale and is located west of Warner.

Causeway Lake, Queensland

The locality takes its name from the lake of the same name which lies within the locality, both of which take their name from the causeway and smallbridge which allows the Scenic Highway to cross the lakes narrow entrance to the Coral Sea. There ...

Cement Mills, Queensland

From 1916, Queensland Cement and Lime Company, based in Brisbane, obtained its limestone from the Gore area on the Darling Downs. A mail receiving office called Cementmills was opened at the companys works in about January 1918, being renamed to ...

Centenary Heights, Queensland

Centenary Heights is a residential locality in Toowoomba within the Toowoomba Region, Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census, Centenary Heights had a population of 6.063 people.

Central Highlands Region

Wadja is an Australian Aboriginal language in Central Queensland. The language region includes the local government areas of the Aboriginal Shire of Woorabinda and Central Highlands Region, including the Blackdown Tablelands. the Comet River, and ...

Century Mine

Century Mine was a large open cut zinc, lead and silver mine 250 km northwest of Mount Isa in North West Queensland, Australia. It was built on Waanyi land. It was Australias largest open pit zinc mine. The mine was owned by Pasminco, then Zinife ...

Ceratodus, Queensland

Ceratodus is on the Burnett River about 8.8 kilometres 5.5 mi from Eidsvold, Queensland. The river flows from north-east to south-west, where it is joined by the Nogo River. The Burnett Highway passes through from south to north.

Chalkies Beach

Chalkies Beach is located on the western coast of Haslewood Island in the Whitsunday Islands of Queensland, Australia. It lies across from the more popular Whitehaven Beach on the main Whitsunday Island. The common name originates from a nickname ...

Charlton, Queensland

Charlton is a rural locality in the Toowoomba Region, Queensland, Australia, located 13 kilometres west from the Toowoomba city centre off the Warrego Highway. In the 2016 census, Charlton had a population of 120 people.

Chatsworth, Queensland

Chatsworth is a locality in the Gympie Region, Queensland, Australia. At the 2016 census, Chatsworth and the surrounding area had a population of 1.055.

Christmas Creek, Queensland

Christmas Creek is a locality in the Scenic Rim Region of South East Queensland, Australia. The eastern border of the locality is marked by the high point of the JinBroken Range while the west is similar defined by another ridgeline. Christmas Cr ...

Clarendon, Queensland

Clarendon is a rural locality in the Somerset Region, Queensland, Australia. The origin of the suburb name is from a railway station which was named Clarendon after a nearby lake of the same name.

Clarke Creek, Queensland

Most of the citizens in the area own or work on cattle stations for a living. There is a service station which many car and truck drivers rely on. At the service station there is also a caravan park used by many temporary road workers in the area.

Clarke Range

The Clarke Range, part of the Great Dividing Range, is a rainforest-covered mountain range located in North Queensland, Australia. The range is located approximately 30 kilometres from the Coral Sea and 65 kilometres west of the coastal city of M ...

Coleyville, Queensland

In the east of Coleyville elevations rise towards the summit of Mount Walker. Mount Walker Creek, a tributary of Warrill Creek, is the main waterway in the locality. The land, like most parts of the Fassifern Valley, is mainly used for agricultur ...

Colinton, Queensland

Colinton lies within the water catchment area of Emu Creek, a tributary of the Brisbane River. The creek marks a portion of both the southern and western boundary and the Brisbane River is aligned with the eastern boundary. The DAguilar Highway p ...

College View, Queensland

The locality takes its name from the former Queensland Agricultural College now the University of Queensland Gatton Campus in neighbouring Lawes. On 28 August 1900, a public meeting was held to obtain a school in the district as there was an esti ...

Combo Waterhole

Combo Waterhole is a waterhole on the Diamantina River at Kynuna, Queensland, Australia. The song "Waltzing Matilda" is probably based on a real incident that happened there in the 1890s. It is also noted for historic stone-pitched overshot weirs ...

Comet, Queensland

Comet is a historical rich rural town and locality in the Central Highlands Region, Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census, Comet had a population of 498 people. Explore Comets history along the Comet Tails and Walking Trails.

Cona Creek, Queensland

The creek of the same name rises in Carnarvon Park and then flows through neighbouring Wealwandangie entering the locality of Cona Creek from the south-east and then flows through the locality to exit in the north-west Lochington/Minerva. The Daw ...

Condamine Farms, Queensland

Condamine Farms is a rural locality in the Toowoomba Region, Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census, Condamine Farms had a population of 23 people.

Conjuboy, Queensland

The Gregory Developmental Road passes through the locality from the south-west to the south-east, while the Kennedy Developmental Road passes through the locality from the east to the south; they intersect in the south of the locality. A watershe ...

Conondale Range

The Conondale Range is a mountain range in Queensland, located between Maleny, Kenilworth, Kilcoy and Jimna. The range is the most westerly part of the Sunshine Coast hinterland and part of the Great Dividing Range. The highest point on the range ...

Conway, Queensland

Conway is bounded on the north-west by Serpentine Creek and to the west and south-west by the Proserpine River. Conway Road runs along the western part of the locality which is lower flatter land; the residential and farming land is in that area. ...

Cooeeimbardi, Queensland

The Brisbane River forms the western and southern boundaries of the locality. The southern and western areas of the locality are on lower flatter land approx 70–80 metres above sea level. This land is freehold and predominantly used for grazing c ...

Coolmunda, Queensland

Coolmunda is a locality in the Goondiwindi Region, Queensland, Australia. Coolmunda includes the neighbourhood of Cobba-Da-Mana around the Cobba-Da-Mana railway station on the South Western railway line.

Cooloolabin, Queensland

Most of Cooloolabin is mountainous, densely forested and within the Mapleton National Park, including Mount Bottle and Glass 230 metres and Swain Peak 280 metres. Only two small valleys to the south are developed as rural residential areas.

Cooper Floodplain below Windorah

The Cooper Floodplain below Windorah comprises a 1741 km 2 tract of floodplain of the Cooper Creek river system, below the town of Windorah, in the Channel Country of western Queensland, Australia. When inundated it is an important breeding site ...

Cooranga, Queensland

The locality was named and bounded on 14 September 2001, having been previously the unbounded locality of Cooranga North. The name Cooranga comes from a pastoral run name, which was probably taken from a creek name, reportedly a Kabi language wor ...

Mount Cooroora

Mount Cooroora is located in the town of Pomona in the Sunshine Coast Region, Queensland, Australia. The peak is a 439 metres high intrusive volcanic plug. The former Electoral district of Cooroora was named after the mountain.

Coorumba, Queensland

The Johnstone River forms the northern boundary of the locality and the South Johnstone River forms the southern boundary. The land is almost entirely freehold and used for agriculture, including cropping particularly sugarcane on the flatter lan ...

Cooyar, Queensland

Land in Cooyar was open for selection on 17 April 1877; 18.500 acres 7.500 ha were available. Cooyar Post Office opened by March 1907 a receiving office had been open from 1904. At the 2011 census, Cooyar and the surrounding area had a population ...

Coppabella, Queensland

Coppabella is in the Galilee Basin mining area. The Peak Downs Highway passes through the locality from north-east to south-west. The Goonyella railway line also passes through the area with branch lines to service the mines. Two active mines in ...

Corfield, Queensland

Corfield is a town and locality in the Shire of Winton in north-western Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census, Corfield had a population of 183 people.

Cotswold Hills, Queensland

Cotswold Hills is a rural residential locality in the Toowoomba Region, Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census, Cotswold Hills had a population of 1278 people.

Cottonvale, Queensland

Cottonvale is a locality in the Southern Downs Region, Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census, Cottonvale had a population of 148 people. It contains the town of Cotton Vale.

Coulson, Queensland

Coulson is positioned on the main road linking Boonah, Queensland with both Beaudesert and Ipswich. Coulson is crossed by Teviot Brook, a tributary of the Logan River at the southern end of the Teviot Range. Part of the southern boundary follows ...

Crab Island (Queensland)

Crab Island, called Moent Island in the native language, is a now uninhabited island west of Muttee Heads and the coastal community of Seisia which is adjacent to Bamaga at the tip of Cape York Peninsula within the Endeavour Strait in the Gulf of ...

Craiglie

Craiglie is bounded by the Cassowary Range to the southwest, Mowbray River to the southeast and the Coral Sea to the east. The Captain Cook Highway and the cane tramway to the Mossman sugar mill form part of its boundary with Port Douglas to the ...