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'Cooroy' is a hybrid cultivar of the genus Tillandsia in the Bromeliad family.
The Bruce Highway is a major highway in Queensland, Australia. Commencing in the state capital, Brisbane, it passes through areas close to the eastern coast on its way to Cairns in Far North Queensland. The route is part of the Australian National Highway and also part of Highway 1, the longest highway route in Australia. Its length is approximately 1,679 kilometres (1,043 mi); it is entirely sealed with bitumen. The highway is named after a popular former Queensland and federal politician, Harry Bruce. Bruce was the state Minister for Works in the mid-1930s when the highway was named after him. The highway once passed through Brisbane, but was truncated at Bald Hills when the Gateway Motorway became National Highway 1 upon its opening in December 1986.
Cooroy is a town and a locality in the Shire of Noosa, Queensland, Australia, but between 2008 and 2013 it was in Sunshine Coast Region.
The Shire of Noosa is a local government area about 130 kilometres (81 mi) north of Brisbane in the Sunshine Coast district of South East Queensland, Australia. The shire covers an area of 870 square kilometres (335.9 sq mi). It existed as a local government entity from 1910 until 2008, when it was amalgamated with the Shire of Maroochy and City of Caloundra to form the Sunshine Coast Region. The shire was re-established on 1 January 2014.
Noosa District State High School is a twin campus high school based in Cooroy and Pomona, Queensland. The school was established in 1963, and as of 2016, had 1335 students. It is the longest-established secondary school in Noosa area. The school has two campuses in Cooroy and Pomona. The Pomona Campus was originally the Cooroora Secondary College before the two schools merged. Years 7–8 are taught at the Pomona campus, while Years 9–12 are taught at the Cooroy campus. The school's motto is Industria Vincit Omnia .
Cooroy railway station is a heritage-listed railway station at 14 Myall Street, Cooroy, Shire of Noosa, Queensland, Australia. It is on the North Coast railway line serving the town of Cooroy. It was designed by the Office of the Chief Engineer of Queensland Rail and built in 1890 by Fitzwilliam Williams. It opened on 17 July 1891 with the opening of the line from Cooran. It was added to the Queensland Heritage Register on 14 August 2008.
The M1 in, Queensland, Australia, is a major urban road corridor. It connects the Sunshine Coast hinterland to Tugun, near the New South Wales-Queensland border, via the following corridors:
Nicklin is an electoral district of the Legislative Assembly in the Australian state of Queensland. The electorate is centred in the Sunshine Coast hinterland, and stretches north to Black Mountain, south to Palmwoods and Montville, and west to Kenilworth, including Conondale National Park. It includes notable localities such as Nambour, Yandina, Cooroy, Bli Bli, Mapleton and Woombye.
Lake Macdonald is a rural locality in the Shire of Noosa, Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census Lake Macdonald had a population of 1,363 people.
Federal is a rural locality in the Shire of Noosa, Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census Federal had a population of 303. It is located in the Sunshine Coast hinterland near the towns of Cooran and Pomona.
Ridgewood is a rural locality in the Shire of Noosa, Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census, Ridgewood had a population of 307 people.
Ringtail Creek is a rural locality in the Shire of Noosa, Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census Ringtail Creek had a population of 197 people.
Cooroy Mountain is a rural locality in the Shire of Noosa, Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census, Cooroy Mountain had a population of 136 people.
Eerwah Vale is a locality split between the Sunshine Coast Region and Shire of Noosa, both in Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census Eerwah Vale had a population of 621 people.
The Great K & A Train Robbery is a 1926 American silent Western film directed by Lewis Seiler and starring Tom Mix and Dorothy Dwan. The film is based on the actual foiling of a train robbery by Dick Gordon as related by Paul Leicester Ford in his book The Great K & A Train Robbery originally published as a serial in Lippincott's Monthly Magazine in 1896.
Noosa Christian College is a co-educational Primary and Secondary College, located in Cooroy, near Noosa, Queensland, Australia. The College is owned and operated by the Seventh-day Adventist Church and its sister college, Northpine Christian College, is located in Dakabin, Queensland, approximately 1 hour south of Cooroy. It is a part of the Seventh-day Adventist education system, the world's second largest Christian school system.
The Six Mile Creek Dam is a rock and earth-fill embankment dam with an un-gated spillway across the Six Mile Creek that is located in the South East region of Queensland, Australia. The main purposes of the dam are for potable water supply of the Sunshine Coast region and for recreation. The impounded reservoir is called Lake Macdonald, named in memory of former Noosa Shire Council Chairman Ian MacDonald.
Curra is a locality in the Gympie Region, Queensland, Australia. At the 2016 census, Curra had a population of 1,920.
The Tewantin National Park is a 13 square kilometre national park in Queensland, Australia. It consists of five individual areas west of Noosa Heads in the Wide Bay-Burnett region about 115 kilometres north of Brisbane and 125 km south of Hervey Bay. The park is divided into disconnected sections within Lake Macdonald, Tinbeerwah, Tewantin and Noosaville.
Cooroy Post Office is a heritage-listed post office at 33 Maple Street, Cooroy, Shire of Noosa, Queensland, Australia. It was designed by Thomas Pye and built in 1914 by L. Baldry. It was added to the Australian Commonwealth Heritage List on 22 August 2012.
The 1920 North Coast Rugby League season was the first season of rugby league football in the area that is now the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, all of the clubs having changed over from rugby union in March 1920.