Wallaville is a town within the local government area of the Bundaberg Region in Queensland. It is around 372 kilometres away from Brisbane and 43 kilometres away from the regional centre of Bundaberg. The Currajong Creek, which runs through the town and flows into the Burnett River, is known for being the home of a large number of Ceratodus lung fish. The town used to have a sugar mill but it shut down in 1975. During the peak of sugarcaning, the population would double because of the works traveling to Wallaville. Back then, the town had a bakery, a butcher shop, a post office, two general stores and the Bellevue Hotel. The Wallaville State School has been around for more than 100 years.