QLD Tourism welcomes Biloela in Biloela, You'll discover wonderful places to visit in Biloela.What do coal, gold, cotton, beef and herbs have in common? Biloela. You truly are in the heart of cattle country in Biloela or "Bilo" as you might hear it called, where a town tells its story best through a 'spirit of the land' mural which connects it's early beginnings to present day history. If staying a while or just passing through make sure you check out the Queensland Heritage Park which has heaps of different displays from restored machinery, buildings, images, day to day items from the yesteryear - anything which shaped the region from the early days can be found here. Bilo could be said to be feeding and clothing the nation with cotton fields, sorghum, wheat, herbs, spices, pork and beef all active industries here. Take some time to explore, discover and relive the past as you browse through the machinery sheds and the large array of vintage agricultural machinery. If you love Four Wheel Driving and a bit of adventure, then Kroombit Tops National Park is not far away with an awesome range of Four Wheel Drive tracks, walks (including the wreckage of a World War II Liberator Bomber) and authentic Aussie landscape. Bilo is part of Australia's Country Way (the Burnett Highway) and you will see why when you pay this Central Queensland heartland a visit. ...
Biloela has some interesting information on why Australia is called the land down under?
Australia is known as 'the land Down Under' for its position in the southern hemisphere. The discovery of Australia began when European explorers searched for land under the continent of Asia. Before Australia was discovered, it was known as Terra Australis Incognita the unknown southern land.
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