Glenden is a town located in the Isaac Region in Queensland. The town is predominantly a rural and mining town, as it was actually constructed in 1981 by a mining company to provide housing for their miners working at the Newlands coal mine. By 1982, basic services such as an ambulance service, a town club and a kindergarten where available to the residents. Predictably, the mine is the main driver of the town’s economy, while surrounding lands are used to raise cattle.
Glenden has a community centre where residents gather for various recreational activities. The town is also home to many sports facilities, a medical centre, a primary school and a shopping centre. During the 1990s, the Glenden population dipped due to the coal industry recession.
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