Kuttabul is a village located on the Bruce Highway and the North Coast railway. The village, which is part of the local government area of Mackay, was previously named Hampden. It was also called Mount Jukes, after the mountain located about five kilometres away from Kuttabul. The mountain is a national park with rainforests.
The rural village got its present name upon the opening of the Kuttabul railway station in 1927. Farming was the main industry in Kuttabul during the 1880s, but transporting sugarcane proved difficult up until 1896, when a tramway to Marian was finally opened. The number of farms in Kuttabul rose significantly from 1893 to 1902, with most of them being sugar planters. By the year 1924, even more farms opened but by then they also had a store, post office and the Ossa Hotel.
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