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(18 pictures)
Picture relating to Kilcoy - titled 'Reflections in the wamp beside Payne's sawmill, Kilcoy, 1927'
Picture relating to Kilcoy - titled 'Reflections in Payn'es Swamp, Kilcoy, 1927'
Picture relating to Kilcoy - titled 'Looking south from Hospital Hill, Kilcoy, 1927'
Picture relating to Kilcoy - titled 'Western Kilcoy and Hospital Hill from the Police Station, 1927'
Picture relating to Kilcoy - titled 'Floodwaters in Kilcoy Creek, 1927'
Picture relating to Kilcoy - titled 'Flooded Kilcoy Creek, 1927'
Picture relating to Kilcoy - titled 'Kilcoy Creek in flood, ca. 1927'
Picture relating to Kilcoy - titled 'School residence at Kilcoy, 1927'
Picture relating to Kilcoy - titled 'Mount Archer from Hospital Hill, Kilcoy, 1927'
Picture relating to Kilcoy - titled 'Western Kilcoy township from Hospital Hill, ca. 1927'
Picture relating to Kilcoy - titled 'Hall dislodged from its foundations during a storm, Kilcoy, ca. 1927'
Picture relating to Kilcoy - titled 'Panoramic view of the Kilcoy district, 1927'
Picture relating to Kilcoy - titled 'Looking down William Street towards a flooded Kilcoy Creek, ca. 1927'
Picture relating to Quilpie - titled 'Camel train outside the Imperial Hotel, Quilpie, ca. 1927'
Picture relating to Goomeri - titled 'Bill Pearce with cattle at the Goomeri Show, 1927'
Picture relating to Goomeri - titled 'Cattle at the Goomeri Show, 1927'

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Reflections in the wamp beside Payne's sawmill, Kilcoy, 1927

contributed by QldPics, taken in 1927
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Kilcoy is in Queensland's Sunshine Coast hinterland. The town is north-west of Caboolture on the D’Aguilar Highway, just north of Lake Somerset and at the base of the Conondale Range. The area was first settled in 1841 by Scottish migrants who cleared land on the upper reaches of the Sandy and Kilcoy Creeks to run beef and dairy cattle. Timber felling and milling was also important in the early development of the town, which was established in the 1890s.