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Geography: Gympie - is a regional town in the Wide Bay-Burnett region of Queensland, Australia. It is about 160 kilometres (100 mi) north of the state capital, Brisbane. The city lies on the Mary River, which floods the town periodically. Gympie is the administrative centre for the Gympie Region area. (Wiki)

Date of foundation: 1867

Population: 20 810

Gympie. Deep Creek Bridge, circa 1890
Deep Creek Bridge, circa 1890
Gympie. Floods in the Gympie area in 1870
Floods in the Gympie area in 1870
Gympie. Gympie from the Three Mile during the gold mining boom, 1905
Gympie from the Three Mile during the gold mining boom, 1905
Gympie. Horse Drawn whim on a gold mine
Horse Drawn whim on a gold mine, between 1870 and 1880
Gympie. Land Office, circa 1911
Land Office, circa 1911
Gympie. Lower Mary Street, circa 1925
Lower Mary Street, circa 1925
Gympie. Mary Street, 1879
Mary Street, 1879
Gympie. Mary Street, 1928
Mary Street, 1928
Gympie. Mining industry at Gympie
Mining industry at Gympie
Gympie. Railway Station in 1882
Railway Station in 1882
Gympie. Railway Yard, 1882
Railway Yard, 1882
Gympie. Shop 'Cigar and Tobacco' on Mary Street, 1871
Shop "Cigar and Tobacco" on Mary Street, 1871
Gympie. St. Patrick's Catholic Church, circa 1870
St. Patrick's Catholic Church, circa 1870
Gympie. Surface Hill Methodist Church, Channon Street, circa 1900
Surface Hill Methodist Church, Channon Street, circa 1900
Gympie. Upper Mary Street
Upper Mary Street
Gympie. View along Mary Street, circa 1870
View along Mary Street, circa 1870

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