A rural town under the local government area of the Shire of Noosa in South East Queensland, Kin Kin is situated 38 kilometres northwest of Noosa Heads, 14.4 kilometres north of Pomona, 44 kilometres southwest of Gympie, and 152 kilometres north of Brisbane. The town’s name was derived from the Aboriginal word “kaulin kaulin,” which means either “red soil” or is an indigenous name for a species of black ants that are seen in the area. The town was established by timber-getters who settled in the area in the late 1870s, then became a predominantly dairy farming and small-crop farming town until the mid-1970s. Some of these farms are still around in Kin Kin, operating as small hobby farms and fruit farms, and many are used for housing horses or beef cattle. Today, the rural town attracts tourists with its health retreats, rustic accommodations, grocery stores and small businesses and bush foods.
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