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A rural community under the local government area of Rockhampton Region on the tropical coast of Central Queensland, Coowonga is located 6 kilometres west of Keppel Sands, 36 kilometres east of Rockhampton, 15.5 kilometres southeast of Cawarral and 670 kilometres northwest of the state capital of Brisbane. As with all the areas covered by the Capricornia Region, Coowonga sits on the traditional land of the Darumbal Aboriginal Tribe, and was said to be named after a Darumbal man who rose to prominence for saving the life of politician King O’Malley during the late 19th century. Today, Coowonga is mainly a rural town that focuses on primary production, with majority of its southern area dedicated to grazing and fruit-growing. The town’s...

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A rural community under the local government area of Rockhampton Region on the tropical coast of Central Queensland, Coowonga is located 6 kilometres west of Keppel Sands, 36 kilometres east of Rockhampton, 15.5 kilometres southeast of Cawarral and 670 kilometres northwest of the state capital of Brisbane. As with all the areas covered by the Capricornia Region, Coowonga sits on

A rural community under the local government area of Rockhampton Region on the tropical coast of Central Queensland, Coowonga is located 6 kilometres west of Keppel Sands, 36 kilometres east of Rockhampton, 15.5 kilometres southeast of Cawarral and 670 kilometres northwest of the state capital of Brisbane. As with all the areas covered by the Capricornia Region, Coowonga sits on the traditional land of the Darumbal Aboriginal Tribe, and was said to be named after a Darumbal man who rose to prominence for saving the life of politician King O’Malley during the late 19th century. Today, Coowonga is mainly a rural town that focuses on primary production, with majority of its southern area dedicated to grazing and fruit-growing. The town’s primary tourist attraction is the Koorana Crocodile Farm, which was opened in 1981 and offers public tours, dinners, crocodile meat supply and crocodile awareness and handling courses.

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