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Overview Earlville is a suburb located in the Cairns Region, Queensland, Australia. The area is approximately 4km from the Cairns City Centre and has a population of 4,030 (2016 census), with the Cairns Region as the local governing body. Although the north-eastern suburb land is low-lying, it gradually rises to the west, becoming more mountainous.
Living in Earlville Earlville is an excellent locality to live a stress-free life, away from the chaotic city. People who seek privacy can also choose the location for their retirement life. The suburb has all the amenities, such as a community centre, medical services, pharmacies, gas stations, cafes, restaurants, grocery stores, convenience stores, fire brigade, and a few professional service-oriented stores. The only school in the town is the Our Lady Help of Christians, which saw enrolment of 551 students in 2018.
History of Earlville The area is in the Yidinji transitional Aboriginal country. Much of the current eastern suburb was part of the Hap Wah sugarcane plantation developed by a Chinese consortium in 1878. However, the company closed its operations in 1886, as it was not profitable. While the origin of the name is from the Earl family that resided in the region, the historical name of Balaclava is still retained by several organizations and businesses.
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