Charlwood, Queensland facts for kids
Jensen house, Charlwood, 1898. Pictured are Mr and Mrs Reiner Jensen with sons Peter and Claus, daughter Ida (Mrs Turner) and grandson James Turner.
|Population||415 (2011 census)|
|LGA(s)||Scenic Rim Region|
Most of Charlwood is approximately 100-150 metres above sea level and predominantly used for farming and grazing. In the south-west edge of the locality are the lower slopes of Little Mount Edwards. In the eastern edge of the locality are the lower slopes of Mount French. Reynolds Creek flows from Lake Moogerah in the south-west of neighbouring Moogerah through to the north of the locality into Morwincha and Fassifern Valley and ultimately into the Bremer River.
The Charlwood Provisional School opened on 20 January 1897. It became Charlwood State School on 1 January 1909. It closed in August 1958.
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