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Overview Barmaryee is a rural locality in the Livingstone Shire area in Queensland, Australia. It is surrounded by the following localities: Lake Mary, Adelaide Park, Inverness, Bondoola, Yeppoon, and Hidden Valley. As of the 2016 census, Barmaryee had a population of 22533 people.
*Living in Barmaryee The population of this locality is primarily local, with the majority of the residents being native English speakers. The locality of Barmaryee consists of rural-residential and grazing land in the West and suburban residential development in the East.
The South of Barmaryee consists of a racecourse and a landfill. Several parks are located in this area, such as Kingston Park, Racecourse Road Park, and Stanley Ave Park. The residents can apply to nearby schools in the town of Yeppoon, which is a short drive away.
History of Barmaryee Barmaryee was first gazetted as a locality on 18 February 2000. Due to amalgamations under the Local Government Reform Implementation Act of 2007, Barmaryee was gazetted on 4 June 2010 by the Minister for Natural Resources, Mines and Energy and Minister for Trade. It was gazetted for the second time on 10 January 2014 due to council de-amalgamation under the Local Government (De-amalgamation Implementation) Regulation 2013.
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