A suburb of the city of Maryborough under the Fraser Coast Region local government area of Queensland, Granville is located 35.8 kilometres southwest of Hervey Bay, 32.1 kilometres southeast of Howard and 171 kilometres northeast of Sunshine Coast. It is bordered by the Mary River to the west, which also separates it from Maryborough. While some of the spots next to the river are flood-prone and low-lying areas, they were suitable locations for sawmills, which were established in the area in the 1860s. A track was later laid out leading towards the pine forests of Tin Can Bay. Sugar plantations, a brewery and timber mills were the main businesses that sustained the town during its early days. Today, Granville is a predominantly residential locality, with its northern and eastern portions used for sugar plantations and grazing areas.
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