Bonogin is located in Gold Coast City in South East Queensland, roughly 81 kilometres from Brisbane. While the origin of the name Bonogin is largely unknown, it is speculated that it was derived from the Aboriginal word for “red bloodwood”. During the European settlement in the 1870s, the early industries in Bonogin were timber, dairy and bananas.
The first school in Bonogin was established in 1913. Roughly 100 years later, many of the farms where turned into residential developments. The Bonogin Creek is part of the Gold Coast City’s Beachland to Bushland volunteer restoration program. In 1999, a regional park bushcare group was formed to help conserve plant species and restore the creek’s natural habitat. Davenport Park, which is a park that runs along the creek is also part of the restoration efforts.
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