A rural village under the Banana Shire Council local government area in central Queensland, Thangool is situated 591 kilometres northwest of Brisbane, 177 kilometres south of Rockhampton, 142 kilometres southwest of Gladstone, 14 kilometres south of Biloela and 76 kilometres northwest of Monto. The area occupied by the town was originally settled by the Gangulu Aboriginal people. The town was named after its railway station that was built in 1924, which in turn was given a name derived from an Aboriginal word for possum. Dryland farming is one of the primary industries in Thangool. The town has a number of facilities, including the Red Steer Hotel and Hotel Thangool, an aircraft refuelling business, a primary school, a racecourse and an airport. The town is also frequented by travellers heading towards the Mount Scoria Conservation Park, which is 4.5 kilometres away from the town proper.
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