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Living In Nambour
Nambour is a town and locality in South East Queensland, Australia, 101 kilometres north of the state capital, Brisbane. The town lies in the sub-tropical hinterland of the Sunshine Coast at the foot of the Blackall Range and has a population of 11,187. It was the administrative centre and capital of the Maroochy Shire and is now the administrative centre of the Sunshine Coast Region. The town was bypassed by the Bruce Highway on 16 October 1990, which now forms the locality's north-eastern boundary. This alleviated most of the local traffic congestion. Along the middle of the roadway of Mill, Currie and Howard Streets, a piece of Queensland Rail history is still on display - the Nambour to Coolum Tramline. The Tramline was used to transport passengers and sugar cane in the early 1920s. The Tramline forms part of the Moreton Central Sugar Mill Cane Tramway,The tramway closed at the end of 2001. Much of the track and signal lighting still remains.
As one resident commented "Great local business culture, friendly personal service, yes- they remember your name, new restaurants, BARS, galleries, shopping on QUEEN Street for individual stuff- not franchise after franchise shops, weekly market in the town square, great parks and walk ways plus so much more!"