Broxburn, Queensland facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsBroxburn
Farms along Southbrook Road, 2014
|Population||153 (2016 census)|
|• Density||4.781/km2 (12.38/sq mi)|
|Area||32.0 km2 (12.4 sq mi)|
|Time zone||AEST (UTC+10:00)|
The northwest boundary follows the Gore Highway. Close to the northern boundary is the Millmerran railway line which had a stop at Broxburn.
The Broxburn Provisional School opened on 13 June 1898. In 1909, it became Broxburn State School. It closed in 1959.
There are a number of homesteads in the locality, including:
- Albion Park ( )
- Dalhiem Park ( )
- East Lynne ( )
- Glenhaven ( )
- Greystones ( )
- Helgar Park ( )
- Highland View ( )
- Hulilou ( )
- Nevertire ( )
- Peppertree ( )
- Rockmount ( )
- Rogar Park ( )
- Tullawood ( )
There are no schools in Broxburn. The nearest government primary schools are Pittsworth State School in neighbouring Pittsworth to the west and Southbrook Central State School in neighbouring Southbrook to the north-east. The nearest government secondary school is Pittsworth State High School in Pittsworth.
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