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Picture relating to Kingaroy - titled 'Carrollee Hotel in Kingaroy, Queensland, established in 1904'
Picture relating to Emu Park - titled 'Mina Zornig and her three daughters, May, Ida and Evelyn, 1904'
Picture relating to Charters Towers - titled 'Burdekin Railway Bridge, Charters Towers, 1904'
Picture relating to Normanton - titled 'Large stacks of steel railway sleepers in a railway yard at Normanton, 1904'

Carrollee Hotel in Kingaroy, Queensland, established in 1904

contributed by QldPics, taken in 1904
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Settled in the 1870s by the Markwell brothers, Kingaroy expanded when the railway came through in the 1890s. It was traditionally known as a centre for growing peanuts and navy beans but since the 1990s it has become the centre for an important wine growing region in the South Burnett area. (Information taken from South Burnett tourism website, 2002-2006, retrieved 3 July 2007 from

This picture is also part of the following Bonzle photo collections: