Mount Perry, Queensland
|LGA(s)||North Burnett Region|
Mount Perry is a small town in the North Burnett Region in southeastern Queensland, Australia. Mount Perry is about 365 kilometres (227 mi) northwest of Brisbane, the capital of Queensland, and about 100 kilometres (62 mi) west of Bundaberg. At the 2006 census, Mount Perry and the surrounding area had a population of 431.
It is a historically significant town nestled in a valley near Mount Perry, the area's highest mountain. Befitting its village-like status, there is just one general store, one petrol station, one post office (with bank agency), one primary school, two motels and one golf course.
Gold mining continues to be an important industry in the area, while the popular Mount Perry Races remains a fixture on the calendars of many people in the area, especially Solomon Gold, a company that operate in the town.
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