With its close-knit community, colourful characters and plenty of wide-open spaces, Millmerran is a fantastic place to settle down and take advantage of agricultural employment prospects.
A thriving regional centre with 115,000 residents, a growing restaurant scene, beautiful parks and an array of night life. Don′t miss the festival atmosphere of the Carnival of Flowers, which is on every spring.
Around 200km away, Queensland′s booming capital is yours to explore, with everything you could need in the way of shops, services and infrastructure.
Hike the national parks and tour the wineries of this quaint apple-farming district. Perfect for a romantic mini-break.
A weekend getaway to Queensland′s most beautiful beaches – including Burleigh Heads, Kirra and Surfers Paradise – is an easy drive south. Check out the newly renovated and now-world class Pacific Fair Shopping Centre.
To get the lay of the land, visit Commodore Peak Lookout. Murals paint a picture of the evolution of the town, which was settled in 1841 when brothers George and Ralph Gore established Yandilla Station between Millmerran and Pittsworth.
Consecrated in 1887, the National Trust-listed All Saints Anglican Church features impressive stained-glass windows and is thought to be the second-oldest church in Queensland. Just 19Ks south of Millmerran is the Mt Basalt reserve: a unique geological area with a number of hiking trails and a lookout with spectacular views.
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