Biloela & The Banana Shire
“Biloela”   (an Aboriginal   word   meaning   White   Cockatoo)   is   the   largest   town   in   the   Banana   Shire,   which is   located   596km   north   of   Brisbane,   120km   west   of   Gladstone,   145km   south-west   of   Rockhampton and 173 metres above sea-level. Biloela’s   economy   is   driven   by   pastoral   and   agricultural   enterprises   and   by   the   local   coal   mines   and power station, although, mercifully, the town could never be described as a mining town. Specifically,   local   income   is   generated   by   annual   livestock   slaughtering,   cotton   production,   dairy, wheat, sorghum, lucerne and other grains and cereals. Due   to   its   location   at   the   intersection   of   the   Dawson   and   Burnett   Highways,   the   town   is   the   hub   of   the Banana Shire and is well supplied with accommodation, shops, retail outlets, catering facilities, etc.
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Banana Shire is sparsely populated with 14,448 people dispersed over 15,729 kilometres. The   main   population   centre   is   the   town   of   Biloela,   with   Moura,   Theodore   and   Taroom   being   other significant   urban   centres   in   the   Banana   Shire.      Baralaba,   Dululu,   Goovigen,   Jambin, Thangool,   Wowan and Cracow comprise the remaining towns in the Shire. Each   of   the   towns   of   the   Shire   have   their   own   individual   characteristics,   which   have   been   developed as a result of their rich past and colourful community individuals. Click the following links to find out more about Biloela  and the Banana Shire  . . .
The Banana Shire