Located in the south western part of the Burnett region in Queensland, Memerambi is approximately 164 kilometres off from the capital city of Brisbane, Australia. Its name came from an Aboriginal term that means “sugargum tree.”
The suburban area of Memerambi is bounded by several features of landscapes and waterscapes, such as Mount Wooroolin, Brisbane Range and Bunya Mountains, to name a few. The town of Memerambi boasts many adjacent tourist attractions as well, including Broadwater Camping Reserve, which offers bushwalking, caravan parks, fishing and fossicking, Wondai Regional Art Gallery, which is considered as “the art heart of South Burnett, and many more.
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