Biloela, Queensland, Australia
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Biloela is a rural town in Central queensland, Australia.
It is situated 120 kilometres inland from the port city of Gladstone at the junction of the Burnett and Dawson highways.
At the 2006 census, Biloela had a population of 5,371. Biloela is the administrative centre for the Banana Shire,
which has an area of 15,729 square kilometres.
Biloela and the Banana Shire, dubbed by locals as a 'great place to grow', has a diverse range of industries.
Extensive grazing and cropping concerns are found in the area. Cotton, sorghum and wheat are grown in the area.
The Callide Power Stations lie just north of the town. Coal is mined at the nearby Callide and Boundary Hill mines
which supply the power station. A large abattoir is also situated in the town.
Biloela is aboriginal for 'Big White Bird' (often confused with 'white cockatoo', since these are the only
'big white birds' in the area).
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