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Scarness is a suburb in Hervey Bay, under the local government area of Fraser Coast Region in Queensland. The coastal suburb is located 32 kilometres northwest of Maryborough, 124 kilometres southeast of Bundaberg and 292 kilometres north of Brisbane. Like its neighbouring suburbs Torquay, Pialba and Urangan, holiday houses dotted the area during the 1880s, a trend which began with the opening of the railway to Pialba in 1896 and its extension to Urangan in 1913. The most prominent building in the area back in those days was The Scarborough Hotel, which opened in 1879, and from which the name Scarness came from. Today, Scarness remains a vibrant coastal town frequently visited for its calm waters, water sports, fishing activities, shop...

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Scarness is a suburb in Hervey Bay, under the local government area of Fraser Coast Region in Queensland. The coastal suburb is located 32 kilometres northwest of Maryborough, 124 kilometres southeast of Bundaberg and 292 kilometres north of Brisbane. Like its neighbouring suburbs Torquay, Pialba and Urangan, holiday houses dotted the area during the 1880s, a trend which began with

Scarness is a suburb in Hervey Bay, under the local government area of Fraser Coast Region in Queensland. The coastal suburb is located 32 kilometres northwest of Maryborough, 124 kilometres southeast of Bundaberg and 292 kilometres north of Brisbane. Like its neighbouring suburbs Torquay, Pialba and Urangan, holiday houses dotted the area during the 1880s, a trend which began with the opening of the railway to Pialba in 1896 and its extension to Urangan in 1913. The most prominent building in the area back in those days was The Scarborough Hotel, which opened in 1879, and from which the name Scarness came from. Today, Scarness remains a vibrant coastal town frequently visited for its calm waters, water sports, fishing activities, shops, al fresco restaurants and resorts. Visitors can check out the award-winning Hervey Bay Historical Village and Museum, which boasts of 21 historical buildings that display more than 12,000 exhibits from the Wide bay and Fraser Coast area.

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