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Cabarlah, QLD

Cabarlah, a mountain hamlet is situated between Toowoomba and Crows Nest. In the 1800’s it was the centre of a thriving dairying and saw milling community. It boasted three pubs. The one remaining, The Farmers Arms, claims to be the longest holder of a continuous liquor licence in Queensland – it was licensed in 1863.

Cabarlah is home of Black Forest Hill Cuckoo Clock Centre, famous for its clocks. Nearby you’ll find objects d’art and elegant French furniture and authentic local craft pottery.

The Cabarlah Country Markets are well worth a visit and attract many visitors on the last Sunday of each month.

The 7th Signal Regiment [Electronic Warfare] is based at Borneo Barracks. One of its functions is to listen in to radio signals for intelligence purposes. It has a golf course which is open to the public.

Nearest Airport: Toowoomba

Where to stay?


  • Rural/Country

Popular Activities

  • Bird Watching
  • Bush Walking
  • Canoeing
  • Golfing

About Cabarlah

  • Locality: Rural locality
  • Cabarlah Postcode: 4352
  • State: Queensland
  • Region: Southern Queensland Country
  • Latitude: -27.4245
  • Longitude: 151.9926
  • Elevation: 611m
  • Population: 1075
  • Median Income: $42328
  • Area (Sq/km): 19.543
  • Timezone: Australia/Brisbane

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