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Tiaro, QLD

Tiaro Shire has an abundance of natural tourist attractions just waiting to be
explored …

In the northern section of the shire, the landscape is dominated by Mt. Bauple National Park, home of the original Macadamia.

Tiaro Shire has a diverse range of natural and social environments with a rich array of flora and fauna. Platypus abound in secluded creeks and rare protected species, such as lungfish and the huge Mary River cod, are found in larger waterways. On the coast, nestles the tiny, unspoiled beach of Tinnanbar, in the south, spanning the Mary River, lies historic Dickabram Bridge.

Agricultural products of the shire include sugar cane, citrus and tropical fruits, market garden crops, nuts and forestry plantations. Other primary industries consist of beef, dairy, emu, ostrich and crayfish farms. Hand crafted items by local artists may be found at selective outlets.

Nearest Airport: Maryborough

Where to stay?


  • Farm/Station
  • Rural/Country

About Tiaro

  • Locality: Urban locality
  • Tiaro Postcode: 4650
  • State: Queensland
  • Region: Fraser Coast
  • Latitude: -25.73265
  • Longitude: 152.58255
  • Elevation: 35m
  • Population: 758
  • Median Income: $22620
  • Area (Sq/km): 85.501
  • Timezone: Australia/Brisbane

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Outback Experiences

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Glasshouse Mountains