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Queensland
   has the capital   
Brisbane
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Cairns
   is located in   
Queensland
Far North. International gateway to the tropical north with access to the Great Barrier Reef and the Wet Tropical Rainforests.
Townsville
   is located in   
Queensland
Northern Region. City began when a sea captain Robert Towns commissioned a wharf to be built at Cleveland Bay to service the new cattle industry.
Rockhampton
   is located in   
Queensland
Central Region. Lies just north of the Tropic of Capricorn, the “Beef Capital of Australia”.
Gladstone
   is located in   
Queensland
Gladstone Region. Largely an industrial based city, and on a tonnage basis, Queensland’s major export port.
Bundaberg
   is located in   
Queensland
The area is known for extensive sugar cane fields and for the production of Bundaberg Rum.
Toowoomba
   is located in   
Queensland
The city sits on the crest of the Great Dividing Range, around 700 metres above sea level.
Logan
   is located in   
Queensland
South East. Originally inhabited by Aboriginals from two major language groups; the Yugambeh and the Jaggera. Logan was first named in recognition of Captain Patrick Logan who first explored the river in 1826.
Australia
   is the site of   
Wet Tropics of Queensland
Brisbane, Cairns, Townsville
   are all   
Cities in Queensland
Australia
Queensland
   has the Emblem of the   
Koala
Phascolarctos cinereus. Officially named the animal emblem of Queensland in 1971, after a newspaper poll showed strong public support for this marsupial.
Queensland
   has a motto   
Aduz at Fidelis
Brisbane
   is situated in   
Queensland
Archdiocese
Cairns
   is situated in   
Queensland
Diocese
Rockhampton
   is situated in   
Queensland
Diocese
Toowoomba
   is situated in   
Queensland
Diocese
Townsville
   is situated in   
Queensland
Diocese
Sunshine Coast
   is located in   
Queensland
Stanthorpe
   is located in   
Queensland
Granite Belt
   is located in   
Queensland
Swan District
   is located in   
Queensland
Burnett Valley
   is located in   
Queensland
Somerset Valleys
   is located in   
Queensland
Gold Coast Hinterland
   is located in   
Queensland
Queensland Blue
   is grown in   
Australia
A rich, well balanced brew offering depth and flavour with sweet, lingering, pleasant aftertaste. Considered by coffee connoisseurs to be Australia's answer to Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee.
Gold Coast, Queensland
   is at   
28°00'S 153°25'E
Australia
Brisbane, Queensland
   is at   
27°28'S 153°02'E
Australia
Cairns, Queensland
   is at   
16°57'S 145°45'E
Australia
Rockhampton, Queensland
   is at   
23°22'S 150°31'E
Australia
Townsville, Queensland
   is at   
19°15'S 146°46'E
Australia
Australia
   is the location of   
Wet Tropics of Queensland
Queensland
   has the Emblem of the   
Cooktown Orchid
Became known as Queensland's floral emblem in 1959, during celebrations to mark the state's centenary.
Queensland
   has the Emblem of the   
Brolga
Has featured on the Queensland Coat of Arms since 1977. It wasn't until January 1986 that it was announced as the official bird emblem of Queensland.
Queensland
   has the Emblem of the   
Sapphire
Named the official state gem for Queensland in August 1985.
Queensland
   has the Emblem of the   
Barrier Reef Anemone Fish
Officially named as Queensland's aquatic emblem in March 2005. The public nominated the species as their preferred representative for Queensland.
1770
   is found in   
Queensland, Australia
A village built on the site of the second landing by James Cook and the crew of HM Bark Endeavour in May 1770. Population 221 (2001 Census).
Steve Irwin
   is buried in   
Australia Zoo, Queensland, Australia
Television host, d. 2006
Queensland, Australia
   has this flag:   

A State






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