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A small town under the Gympie Region local government area in the Wide Bay-Burnett Region of Queensland, Curra is situated 10 kilometres south of Gunalda, 19 kilometres northwest of Gympie, 29.2 kilometres east of Woolooga and 188 kilometres north of Brisbane. The Bruce Highway bisects the town and crosses with the North Coast railway line, with the Curra station nearby. The town’s name was derived from “kurui,” the Aboriginal word for the grey forest possum, but is also thought to have come from the cattle station homestead called Currie, which was owned by the first landholder in the area. The Aboriginal group that first settled on the banks of the Mary River to the east of the area was the Kabi-speaking people. While mostly surroun...

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A small town under the Gympie Region local government area in the Wide Bay-Burnett Region of Queensland, Curra is situated 10 kilometres south of Gunalda, 19 kilometres northwest of Gympie, 29.2 kilometres east of Woolooga and 188 kilometres north of Brisbane. The Bruce Highway bisects the town and crosses with the North Coast railway line, with the Curra station nearby.

A small town under the Gympie Region local government area in the Wide Bay-Burnett Region of Queensland, Curra is situated 10 kilometres south of Gunalda, 19 kilometres northwest of Gympie, 29.2 kilometres east of Woolooga and 188 kilometres north of Brisbane. The Bruce Highway bisects the town and crosses with the North Coast railway line, with the Curra station nearby. The town’s name was derived from “kurui,” the Aboriginal word for the grey forest possum, but is also thought to have come from the cattle station homestead called Currie, which was owned by the first landholder in the area. The Aboriginal group that first settled on the banks of the Mary River to the east of the area was the Kabi-speaking people. While mostly surrounded by rural lands, Curra is touted as a peaceful town for families and retirees. Community facilities include a rural fire service, parks and playgrounds, a service station with motel accommodation, groceries and fruit barn and a community club. There are also a number of sporting venues and recreational sites such as a netball court, tennis court and football oval.

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