Homebush is a suburban town located in the local government area of the Mackay Regional Council in the state of Queensland. Part of the area’s history is the Homebush Post Office that was opened on December 5, 1883 and operated until 1976. The suburb’s name was derived from John Walker’s pastoral run name in 1866. The growth of the local tourism industry is supported by a number of heritage-listed sites such as the Homebush Mission Hall. Apart from tourism, there are many different types of businesses and services in Homebush that contribute to the town’s economic and employment sectors. These enterprises include farming, excavating and earth moving contractors, building contractors, hotel accommodation, pet care services, transport services, general storage and waste water and sewage treatment.
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