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'Cooloola' is a hybrid cultivar of the genus Tillandsia in the Bromeliad family.
Great Sandy National Park is a coastal national park in the Fraser Coast Region, Queensland, Australia.
The Cooloola monster is a large burrowing orthopteran of the family Cooloolidae, a family erected to accommodate it because it is so dissimilar to other ensiferans. It was discovered in 1980 in the Great Sandy National Park in Queensland, Australia, by David C. Rentz. Further members of the genus Cooloola were later discovered at other locations in Queensland.
Cooloola is a genus of ensiferan orthopterans known as Cooloola monsters. It is the only genus in the subfamily Cooloolinae and family Cooloolidae of the superfamily Stenopelmatoidea.
Cooloola may refer to:
Ensifera is a suborder of insects that includes the various types of crickets and their allies including: true crickets, camel crickets, bush crickets or katydids, grigs, weta and Cooloola monsters. This and the suborder Caelifera make up the order Orthoptera. Ensifera is believed to be a more ancient group than Caelifera, with its origins in the Carboniferous period, the split having occurred at the end of the Permian period. Unlike the Caelifera, the Ensifera contain numerous members that are partially carnivorous, feeding on other insects, as well as plants.
Cooloola Christian College (CCC) is a K-12 Christian school in Gympie, Queensland. The school is structured to offer education from 2½ years, in the newly developed Early Learning Centre, through to year 12. This school is set on award-winning grounds on the south side of the Gympie region, and has around 403 pupils.
Wolf Rock is a set of four volcanic pinnacles two kilometres north-northeast of Double Island Point in Cooloola, Gympie Region, Queensland, Australia. The location is a popular scuba diving spot.
Rainbow Beach is a coastal rural town and locality in the Gympie Region, Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census, Rainbow Beach had a population of 1,249 people.
The Shire of Cooloola was a local government area located about 170 kilometres (106 mi) north of Brisbane – the state capital of Queensland, Australia. The shire covered an area of 2,968.8 square kilometres (1,146.3 sq mi), and was the product of a merger in 1993 between the City of Gympie and the Shire of Widgee, which had both existed since 1879–1880. It merged with several other LGAs to form the Gympie Region on 15 March 2008.
Cooloola is a coastal locality in the Gympie Region, Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census, Cooloola had a population of 3 people.
Tin Can Bay is a coastal town and locality in the Wide Bay–Burnett region in Queensland, Australia. The locality is split between the Fraser Coast Region and the Gympie Region, but the town itself is within Gympie Region. In the 2016 census, Tin Can Bay had a population of 2,242 people.
The Cooloola sedge frog or Cooloola tree frog is a species of frog in the family Pelodryadidae. It is endemic to Australia. Its natural habitats are swamps, freshwater lakes, intermittent freshwater lakes, freshwater marshes, intermittent freshwater marshes, and coastal freshwater lagoons. It is threatened by habitat loss. Cooloola Tree Frogs only live in Australia and their lack of distribution adds to their endangerment. They mostly feed on bugs in their area; flies, spiders, moths, etc. Their green skin helps camouflage them because of their very green and wet habitat.
The Gympie Region is a local government area in the Wide Bay–Burnett region of Queensland, Australia, about 170 kilometres (110 mi) north of Brisbane, the state capital. It is between the Sunshine Coast and Hervey Bay and centred on the town of Gympie. It was created in 2008 from a merger of the Shires of Cooloola and Kilkivan and part of the Shire of Tiaro.
Southside is a semi-rural locality in the Gympie Region, Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census, Southside had a population of 5,737 people.
The Cooloola Great Walk is a 102 kilometres (63 mi) coastal bushwalking route in the Great Sandy National Park of South East Queensland, Australia. Opened in 2010, it runs from Noosa North Shore through Cooloola to Rainbow Beach, and is planned as a five-day trek. The hiking trail was officially opened by Climate Change and Sustainability Minister Kate Jones in March 2010.
Wide Bay–Burnett is a region of the Australian state of Queensland, located between 170–400 km (110–250 mi) north of the state capital, Brisbane. The area's population growth has exceeded the state average over the past 20 years, and it is forecast to grow to more than 430,000 by 2031. It is the subject of the Draft Wide Bay–Burnett Regional Plan, which aims to facilitate this growth while protecting over 90% of the region from urban development.
The City of Gympie is a former local government area in the south-east of Queensland, Australia, responsible for governing Gympie.
The Shire of Widgee is a former local government area in the Wide Bay–Burnett area of Queensland, Australia. It was located in the rural areas around the town of Gympie but did not include the town itself, which was always in a separate local government area. The administrative offices of the Shire of Widgee were located in Gympie.
Cooloola Cove is a rural locality in the Gympie Region, Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census, Cooloola Cove had a population of 2633 people.
Toolara Forest is a locality split between Gympie Region and Fraser Coast Region, Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census Toolara Forest had a population of 0 people.