A town under the North Burnett Region local government area of Queensland, Parkside is situated 366 kilometres north of Brisbane, 150 kilometres west of the regional city of Maryborough and 157 kilometres southwest of Bundaberg. The Burnett River also snakes through the western part of the town and is crossed by the Burnett Highway; the town proper sits on this point of intersection. Exploration of the area began in 1843 and the first European settlers arrived in 1848. The town was established a year after.
Grazing and agriculture have been the major industries of the area, and the town itself boasts of being the centre of the biggest citrus-growing area in Queensland. In celebration of this industry, the town holds the Gayndah Orange Festival every two years. The town is also touted as the oldest city in Queensland.
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