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Once known solely for its goldfields, today Gympie’s fortunes lie in agriculture, timber and tourism. Situated in the Mary Valley, real country hospitality greets visitors who frequently visit the region to enjoy the Goomeri Pumpkin Festival, Kilkivan Great Horse Ride and Mitchell Creek Rock n Blues Festival.
With a population of over 50,000, the Gympie region continues its growth. The City Centre of Gympie acts as an economic hub to the wider Gympie region as well as a popular stop-off point for travellers on their way to the many tourist attractions around the area, such as Fraser Island, Inskip Point, Tin Can Bay and Rainbow Beach.
The subtropical climate makes this a prime location for tropical fruit plantations such as pineapples and macadamia nuts, as well as the dairy industry and beef cattle. The area consists of restored buildings from the gold rush era, multiple museums, art galleries, schools and hospitals. For families, the community is brought together at numerous weekend markets and recreational parks providing access to all-abilities playgrounds lined with magnificent Jacaranda trees.